start/buzzer switch- buzzer stays on when turned on, timer advance motor runs constantly through cycles...swith bad? have replaced timer already since it went bad recently
Answer Ron, Did you check and make sure you attached the buzzer wires to the correct timer terminals ? Yes check the start switch for a "momentary" closed circuit, when the button is pressed, or replace the switch. The alternative would be, a faulty motor circuit or white(N) wire to or from the motor and timer. Thanks and Good Luck
Dryer won't shut off, after the door is shut.
Answer Linda, A bad or "sticky" start switch 3395385 could be the problem, but not likely. It's only a momentary switch, and is on the neutral side of the circuit. Have you run the dryer on the "timed dry" selection, and did it "shut off" ? At this point, the more likely issue would be a bad door switch 279347 or timer assembly 3398190 Good Luck.
Dryer would not start everything seems to have power. Is it normal for push to start button to go out? Dryer is about 10 years old.
Answer Hello Jeremy. You will need to test the thermal fuse 3392519 and make sure it is good. It should read closed for continuity. Also check the door switch 3406107 and make sure it is good. Hope this helps.