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    • Part Number: AP2976173
    • MFG Part Number: 3976568
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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My dryer will only run in the dry miser energy preferred automatic setting. In the other settings you can hear the timer clicking but it does not move the dial. Does my timer need to be replaced?

Stephanie for Model Number LET6634AW2

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Dryer stopped and I can hear noise in the top piece where knobs are like timer is running but when door is closed nothing is happening, no spinning, no heat, nothing?

Shelby for Model Number LER5634AQO

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Brent A: The timer will run properly and get to the stop, but the drum keeps turning. The heat does stop, but the clothes keep spinning cool it seems like the temperature control is fine because the clothes are dry and cool when it hits stop even though the drum keeps spinning serial ME 1501544 is it too old to invest $20 to repair? I these units don't last more than 20 years, this one is 18 yrs old. What do you think. What part would I need to replace?

Markr for Model Number LET 5624BW2

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Hi, My timer does not advance in the very dry setting. The timed dry setting dose and so dose tumble dry. Do I need to replace the timer?

Elaine for Model Number LER5634AQo

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Dryer will run through all timer settings however it will not shut off. Is the timer what I need to replace/

Rex T for Model Number LER6634BQ1

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My dryer is running but producing no heat. I've tested: thermal fuse (continuity across terminals) hi-limit thermostat (ditto) thermal cut off (ditto) dryer cycling thermostat (continuity across large terminals, small terminals are open) heating element (continuity, about 9.6 ohms resistance) power at the dryer (120V each side, 240V both) I'm out of ideas but was wondering if a bad timer would cause problems for the dryer producing heat. There were a couple times this week that the dryer seemed to run WAY longer than I thought the timer was set (i.e., 2 hours instead of 1 hour). I couldn't reproduce the problem with the timer running long in any of the cycles. Thanks for any advice! John

John for Model Number LER3634EWO

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