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    • Part Number: AP4038076
    • MFG Part Number: 307249
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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My dryer no longer advances on Auto-Dry cycle. When I set the timer to a timed drying cycle, it works fine. The timer advances for 60 min. and shuts off. The heater element should be fine, because I recently repaired a melted wire to the heating element. I've also checked the vents and they are clear. Is this the thermostat I need to purchase if I find that the current thermostat shows no continuity? Is this thermostat the same as an "internal bias" thermostat? Thank you.

Bickabah for Model Number MDE6400AYW

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When using dryer in auto dry or perm press mode, timer won't shut off on it's own .Dryer dries fine. On fluff dry, timer will advance and shut off on it's own, but it also is heating in fluff dry mode. Shouldn't fluff dry, be operating without heat? Is it a bad timer, or a bad cycling thermostat? Thank you!

Jim for Model Number maytag de7500

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How do I test the Multi-Temp Cycling Thermostat with Internal Bias Heater?

Norman for Model Number MDE9206AYA

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The timer stops on the auto cycle just before turning off, and the dryer continues to operate. The manual timer on the bottom of the timing control works just fine. Is the problem the timer or a sensor that I am missing?

Ron M. for Model Number DE 7500 Maytag Electric Dryer

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