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    • Part Number: AP3713177
    • MFG Part Number: 8558178
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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When using the auto sensor dry feature on my gas dryer the clothes get completely dry and the unit just keeps on going. The timer dial does not move forward on its own. However when using the timed dry feature the timer does run and move forward completes the cycle and shuts the machine off. I have watched the igniter and gas valve thru the port hole. Seems good there. I completely cleaned out the air flow areas coming from the drum and filter and out the tube to the discharge vent and the wall vent as well. Was significant build up but now no lint present and still has the same problem. Next I checked with meter the moisture sensor strips and they show no continuity between the two strips. Next checked the high limit thermo and had continuity , next the thermal fuse and had continuity , next the dryer cycling thermostat. two large terminal tested no resistance having continuity, the two smaller spades checked at 4860 ohms resistance. whats next the control board or the timer?

Bcfryer for Model Number WGD5860SWo

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Push the start button and the dryer does not turn on. Power into the dryer is fine, the start button is fine (checked on/off continuity), the door switch fine (checked on/off continuity), the thermal fuse is intact (good continuity), and the timer is ticking/running when powered, but nothing else is happening. Any ideas?

Derek for Model Number Whirlpool GGQ9800PW3

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When I use timed drying and hit start no click nothing. I move the dial to more dry and hit start it works sometimes. I adjust the dial and get a couple clicks put it back to more or less dry and hit start I hear the click and dryer starts. Trying to decide if it is Dryer Dryness Control Board 8558178, looks like this board appears a little scorched, the start switch . or Kenmore Dryer Timer.

Jennifer S for Model Number Kenmore

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The drying cycle stop immediately, or will not start, mostly on the left half of the timer dial. When I wiggle the dial it will start again, sometimes for a full cycle, and sometimes it will stop after few minutes. The left side of the dial works a little better. I appreciate it very much if you could tell me what part is needed to fix this issue. Regards, Ethan

Ethan for Model Number WGD5800SW0

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Cloths stay wet sometimes after spinning cycle.Following a conversation with your agent, I was told to replace the motor coupler, which did not help. I am now told to check the clutch assembly. However, the agitator hold down bolt is stuck and almost stripped and I can't remove the agitator in order to check and replace the clutch. The hold down bolt looks brand new - no sign of rust or corrosion. I will very much appreciate your suggestion, Thanks, Ethan

Ethan for Model Number WTW5800SW0

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I have a Kenmore 90 gas dryer when I press the push to start button in the motor humms. When I hold the button in a little longer the gas goes through its cycle and ignites. When power is applied directly to the motor the motor will start and run turning the drum. Someone told me it was the dryness control board, is this possible? Is there a way to test it? Thanks

Joe for Model Number Kenmore 110 70922990

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What makes wrinkle cycle to stop working?

Bill for Model Number 11096593430

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Kenmore dryer, on timed dry the timer does not advance to shut off. Does this need a new timed dry control board?

Edgar W for Model Number 11067832794

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See previous question below. The motor and blower all work fine, just blows cold air. I reconnected everything and ran dryer but no difference in exhaust air temp in any of the heat control modes. (Previous Question)Dryer runs no heat, I tested the Thermal Fuse for continuity and it was closed, the temp sensors on the heating element were also closed, the heating element was also closed all these parts had continuity. they were tested disconnected. The dryer cycling thermostat was closed between the two red wires and open between either red wire and purple wire. Just as a note this happened about a month ago. Then I just reset the temp dial and it dried as normal. Any suggestions. Read more: http://www.appliancepartspros.com/whirlpool-electronic-control-board-8558178-ap3713177.html#ixzz2zcsXY8Cx http://www.appliancepartspros.com

Martin for Model Number KEYE760WWH1

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Dryer runs no heat, I tested the Thermal Fuse for continuity and it was closed, the temp sensors on the heating element were also closed, the heating element was also closed all these parts had continuity. they were tested disconnected. The dryer cycling thermostat was closed between the two red wires and open between either red wire and purple wire. Just as a note this happened about a month ago. Then I just rest the temp dial and it dried as normal. Any suggestions.

Martin for Model Number KEYE760wwh1

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