Am looking for detailed instructions on how to replace the control panel. The dryer works but no heat. Heating element looks fine but some parts of the control panel look burned up
Answer Hello Dove. You need to disconnect the power and remove the top panel to access the screws for the control panel. Next remove the screws securing the control panel to the unit. Once they are removed, you need to remove the control panel and remove the board from the panel. Install the new control board 134523200 in reverse order.
Dryer starts fine then after 10 seconds or so I get a ER68 code....No buttons seem to be sticking do I need a control board or is there a way to test panel before ordering a new one?
You will want to enter the function test which is on the tech sheet and perform the key test to determine which button is at fault. Free the key and perform the test again. If there is no key stuck then you will need to replace the main control board.
My dryer has power but no display and will not turn on what is wrong with it?
If you have power getting to the control board but there is no display then the control board is faulty and would need to be replaced.
Dryer trys to start, for a second then stops, on all settings except No Heat.
Answer Hello Michael. Based on the information you provided, the motor is bad and is overheating on the unit. It sounds like you need to replace the motor.
Dryer runs, but will not turn off when timer times out. Display reads dn. Probably control panel?
Answer Hello Chad. Check to see if wrinkle guard or some such feature is activated. Most dryers have a cool down followed by intermittant tumble without heat to reduce wrinkles.