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    • Part Number: AP2947073
    • MFG Part Number: 3406725
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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MY DRYER WORKS BUT DOES NOT SHUT OFF IS THIS THE TIMER THANKS FOR THE HELP

Dan for Model Number LGN2000PWO

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My Dryer turns on but the dryer is not heating up.I used a tester and the heating element seems to past. The timer did not have a connection. Would the timer have anything to do with the dryer heating up?

Harry

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Someimes when I set the timer, it will no start. I will turn it to a different setting and it will start and will run he setting. Is it the timer?

Terri for Model Number LEQ9508PWO

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When the timer is turned to any other mode, other than off, the timer makes a "ticking" sound almost like an old timer that actually counts down the the time. The dryer will start and run normal but this "ticking" noise is driving us nuts. It seems that when the dryer is running, it is almost unoticeable but if the dryer is not on, and the timer is turned to anythign other than "off", the timer is very noisy. Any ideas?

DODS2403 for Model Number lgn2000pw1

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My dryer is not running. I checked Push to start Switch it's Ok, but when I turn on the Timer it makes a noise tik tik but motor does not run. some times when I turn the timer round and round motor starts by itself, only 2 out of the 10 times it happened. Do you think I have to replace the Timer or not. Thanks

Rasool for Model Number whirlpool Mod: GEQ9800PW!

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My gas dryer will not turn on in any cycle. I tested the thermal fuse, door switch and the start button---all appear to be good---0 or very low ohms reading. I test the timer with the dryer unpluged and in a cycle between the BU and BK terminals and was good=0 and the Tan and White terminals = infinity. The one video I saw said that was then the reason and to replace the timer. Do you agree?

John for Model Number GGQ9800PW1

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Dryer will not turn on when you turn the timer on but the timer makes a noise in the back of the timer a wheel is turning round & round what could be my problem ?

Bob for Model Number med5840two

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dryer will not start when i turn the timer on there is alittle wheel on back of timer going round making clicking noise but nothing happens what could be my problem

Bob for Model Number med5840two

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My dryer never stops. It drys fine but it does not cycle. For example if we put the dial at Timed Dry of 10 minutes the dryer would go on forever and the dial would never move from initial setting we set it to. Also, once we open the dryer door and close it we hear a subtle clicking noise. It isnt until we physically turn the dial to an off position before the clicking will stop.

Tim for Model Number MED5820TW0

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Hi. We can turn the timer dial to select a setting, but if you used timed settings, the dryer doesn't turn on via the start button. It will turn on when you turn the timer dial slightly backward. Of course when you let the dial go, the dryer turns off. When you use sensing, it will run but may advance too quickly, leaving the clothes damp when it shuts off.

Lady W.w.w. for Model Number Whirlpool Gold GEQ9800PW1

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