Will not dry on regular timed dry setting,only on on automatic dry setting and that only works half the time,but clothes get dry,sometimes will have to start it over and over in this setting to dry
Answer Joe, Based on your post description, you may want to start at the timer W10185982 . The dryer should heat in both timed dry and automatic dry, At the timer, terminals C (black) and A (red) should be a "closed" circuit. on any cycle. And terminal A to chassis ground, should have 120 VAC out to the heating circuit, on any cycle except air fluff or the cool down at the end of the cycle(s)
We have an electric Whirlpool dryer. It has stopped blowing warm/hot air now. Any suggestions? I was thinking a temperature switch? Thanks.
Answer Hello Craig, first you will want to make sure the exhaust vent is clear from any obstructions. Then you will want to verify the heating element has not grouded out. If all looks good, then you will test all of your thermostats with multi meterTJMA-DM1. Here is a link you can refer to for help with using a multi meter: http://forum.appliancepartspros.com/oven-repair-including-ranges-cooktops/4810-how-check-continuity-ohmmeter.html . Please verify the model number you provided is correct, the one you gave us is for a gas unit. Thanks!
Dryer runs and timer runs but does not shut-off @ end of cycle by time or temp.
Answer Hello Randy, it sounds like you have a defective timer 8299774. This should solve your no shut off issue, thanks!