My dryer has stopped getting hot. On Sunday, I used air dry and the timer didn't appear to be working . It just stayed on 20 minutes for about an hour. When I figured it out, I turned it to off. However, now it appears that no matter what I use (timed heat dryer, auto dry, etc.) it is air drying. Do you think the timer could be broken?
ANSWER Hi Jeannine. You are experiencing 2 - Issues. No heat usually is caused by either open fuse part # 5308015399, or an open igniter part # 5303937186, (or both). The timer is part # 131905500. It should turn to off in all selections. Clean the vent assy. entirely. Clean the outside hood and flap assy. or this issue can apply soon again. Thank You.
Answered by AppliancePartsPros.com | Wednesday, October 12, 2011