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    • Part Number: AP3094277
    • MFG Part Number: 279872
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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Dryer gets to end of cycle where it should shut off, but doesn't. The buzzer goes off, but the dryer keeps on running. Where do I start looking? After reading other questions asked it seems like it could be either the timer or timer power resistor?

Cmack for Model Number 110.60612990

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The Dryer works until it start smelling burn and stop running. Wait a little and starts working again. The resistor reads close to 5000hm, when it is cold. The plastic translucid cover seems psrtly dark brown. Could it be the resistor opening when it gets hot? Your help will be greatly appreciated. Manuel

Manuel for Model Number LER7646EQ1

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Dryer just stopped working. Could it be the resistor? We put a meter on both ends of the resistor and are not getting any continuity.

Shelly for Model Number Whirlpool Dryer

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You answered my question about my dryer it works fine on timed dry as I have heat & it dries clothes and turns off, however, on auto-sense it has heat, it drys clothes, but the dial does not move. It just keeps running. The dial won't advance to off. You said to, it could be the resister part #279872, however, under the compatable section it says this part is not compatable with my dryer. Can I use it anyway?

Michael for Model Number EL5030VW0

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Which switch are you referring to? The heat choices for: high , low, and air fluff are all included on the timer. Hope that is not what you meant.

Tw for Model Number 110.60202990

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Dryer works fine on high heat....while drawing approx 26 amps using amp probe on the black incoming line with an available voltage,of 240. However the heating element continues to glow orange red when I switch to medium heat or no heat (air fluff ) I checked the bias thermostat for continuity and it is not open. Perhaps I'm not checking it correctly or there's is another item at fault.

Tw for Model Number 110.60202990

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WHRE TO INSTALL THIS RESISTOR--I HAVE THE PART ALREADY TYVM

Ashley H for Model Number 11086873100

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Hi the timer will run part cycle then stops. Can not find the resistor. Where is the resistor on this model? Is it on the timer?

Eli V. for Model Number le9380xtwo

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Dryer heats ok, but doesn't dry clothes! Little or no lint on lint screen. Dryer vent clear from dryer to roof top. Get moisture & lint on door after a drying cycle, but clothes not dry! Have to run dryer 2-3 times before clothes get dry (running up my electric bill like crazy)...Since it heats, I suspect my Thermal fuse is ok....How about the "Humidity" fuse? What say you. Sincerely, Carl Las Cruces, NM p.s. Req an answer asap....

Carl for Model Number LER7648KQ0

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All the electronic parts associated with my roper dryer (element, cycline thermostat, high temp sensor,temp therm fuse, switch)have continuity, however my dryer element refuses to heat up at all. What am I missing ? I have replaced the element with a new one, same result. I have checked all the sensors electrictrically as well as heat sensitive one with heat. Im stumped.

Larry H. for Model Number rel3636awo

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