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    • Part Number: AP3859587
    • MFG Part Number: 8566184
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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The timer does not move and the dryer continues to run, too long. What should I check on the timer before I purchase a new one.

Ajp for Model Number MEDC500VWO

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My dryer won't turn on, but when you push the start button you can smell heat. You don't hear any noise nor does drum turn. I've been told if you can smell heat, it's not the thermal fuse or motor and that it probably is the timer? Is it most likely the timer or could it still be other things?

Randy for Model Number WED5300VW0

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My model MGD5770TQ0, will not shut off keeps on heating/drying. Does not matter what cycle. Is this the timer?

Chris

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Clothes are not drying, timer seems to not be working in the auto dry mode. 1. timer works and heats in timed mode 2. can hear timer motor starting and stoping in auto mode. (put timer in auto, start dryer, open and close the door to stop noise, timer starts and stops, starts stops, like on off on off doesn't seem to move) I am doing the troubleshooting over the phone with son in law. not to inclined, What could possibly be the problem?

Fred for Model Number whirlpol gas dryer # WGD5300VW0

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I replaced a couple of parts on the dryer. With each part I replaced the dryer got hot again then stopped. I noticed the timer was working sometimes on the 60 minute side and not on the very hot side. will this stop the dryer from getting hot all the time ??

Michael H for Model Number lgr3624jp1

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I have a whirlpool standard dryer only about 3 years old. A while back it was not heating right so we cleaned out the vents. Now it heats great but the dryer will not shut off. I can hear the timer ticking but it does not advance and shut off. Do I need a new timer or did I just blow a fuse or something?

Marsha

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My dryer will not start sometimes. I turn it to the desired setting and hit the start button and nothing. So, I unplug it. Then after a few minutes. I plug it back in and switch it to the desired setting and it works fine. Thoughts?

Chris for Model Number MGD5800TWO

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My dryer is 5 years old. The last couple of months to get it to start I occassionaly have to turn the timer dial pushing down on it, while pushing the on button. Other than that it was running fine, now it wont start. The timer ticks but it does sound a little off or weak. Also when I turn the dial to the beginning of a cycle and push the start button, the button will click when I push it. But it only clicks when I turn the dial to the beginning of a cycle, not if I set it in the middle of a cycle. I think it all has to do with something in the timer/control.

Lou for Model Number WGD5840SW

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The dryer runs and drys fine but after it has gone trough a cycle and turned off , the timer keeps running through the next cycle option and sometimes turns back on. Is the the timer or another heat or mositure sensor?

Tom for Model Number whirlpool dryer wed5600vqo

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The timer serves to convey current via the gas valve?

Adrian T. for Model Number GAS DRYER MODELO DGISF-W-1

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