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    • Part Number: AP2976318
    • MFG Part Number: 3976570
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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My dryer does not turn on when I set the time.

Carmen for Model Number keys750gqo

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Dryer will only turn on in the cool down position.

Chad for Model Number GEQ8858E

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My dryer dosen't heat. What is it?

Mary for Model Number drsr483ed1ww

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Can you give me instruction on installing part ap2976318 (timer). Thanks.

Lou C for Model Number kgys750cq1

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During the heating portion of the "sensor dry" cycle the dryer will stop, buzz, then after a few moments start again. It may do this several times during the sensor dry cycle. It usually completes the whole cycle but sometimes the clothes are still damp. What is causing this behavior?

M. Dell for Model Number KEYS850GQ0

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Dryer will not shut off and does not heat properly ?

John M. for Model Number estate dryer

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Dryer doesn't shut off when time is up. Timer knob doesn't move . It will shut off if I manually move the knob to off . Thank you

Erika for Model Number Kgys855je0

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The dryer heating element does not shut down at the off switch in the cycle, it even seems to get hotter. I replaced the thermostat elements etc. but no dice. Could the timer be bad Thanks

Jerry for Model Number LEC8858EQ1

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The timer on my Kitchen Aid Dryer when turned using the "timed dry" cycle seems to not be turning the internals of the timer. Sometime it works properly and sometime it doesn't seem to be moving anything inside the timer. The "sensor dry" cycle works fine as well as the "permanent press" cycle. However when using the timed dry cycle sometimes it heat and drys normally and on other occasions it doesn't seem to heat up. Is the timer bad?

Richard H. for Model Number keys750gq

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How can I tell if timer is bad?

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