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    • Part Number: AP3131541
    • MFG Part Number: 8299778
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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My dryer ler4634jq1 runs fine but will not heat at all.

Mike

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My dryer runs, but does not heat up. First happened on the automatic dry mode, then tried the timed dry mode, and the timer never moved. Vent is not plugged or kinked. Checked continuity on the heating element, the high limit thermostats, the thermal fuse, and the operating thermostat. All had closed circuits. Heating element was not grounding out. I'm assuming its a bad timer, but want to confirm my assumption before I buy a new one.

Jacob for Model Number Whirlpool Dryer LER4634JQ1

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At first my dryer was just getting slower and slower to dry. Then it didnt get much if any about 3 cycles. now the cycle wont stop. Is this a timer or element or thermostat, or all the above?

Sean for Model Number leb6200pq1

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I replaced the thermal fuse and made sure I had good air flow then started dryer again the dryer dried a load of clothes the dryer worked fine but the timer continued to run into next section on timer knob then stopped. When I tried to start dryer again the thermal fuse was blown again. Can a bad timer make the dryer keep blowing thermal fuse? When replacing the thermal fuse the dryer works fine for one load. What can I do?

Bert for Model Number WED5300SQ0

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My dryer had just finished drying and i took the clothes out and put in another load of clothes and the dryer would not start again. The door is closed and when when you push the start button nothing happens Why?

Bert for Model Number WED5300SQO

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Hello, My timer will not go past the cool down stage and shut off. The timer will time down to the cool down but the dryer will not cool down and shut off. I have replaced the timer,dryer cycling thermostat and the hi limit thermostat. What should i do next?

Phil for Model Number TEDS740PQ0

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Can bad timer burn out a heating element, my timer stops working on the cool down cycle and the dryer will continue to run. Didnt notice this till the other day and that's when I found that it wont heat up anymore. Ive checked all the usual suspects and found the heating element reading to be open. Thanks for the time

Michael for Model Number LER6620PQ1

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My dryer will not run. Why?

Teresa for Model Number ler5634lqo

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My dryer quit blowing heat so I checked the heating element and it was still good so I tested all the fuses and all checked out good. My timer goes and turns off when it's suppose to so what else could be the problem? I get 240 volts and everything checks out fine also I cleaned out the airflow and it wasn't stopped up?

Cody for Model Number Teds740pq0

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Hello, my dryer runs but will not make any heat. I have 240 volts coming in and I have tested my high limits,thermal fuse,operating thermostat,and the heating element. I am wondering if the timer could be the possible problem? Any suggestions?

Bryce for Model Number LER5635LQ0

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