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    • Part Number: AP2976148
    • MFG Part Number: 3976569
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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My whirlpool dryer stopped working after I saw it smoking from the back. I discovered that the black wire terminating at the terminal block burnt. This black wire goes to the timer on one end. Would the timer cause this if it is bad? Or is there another cause? This wire is only burnt after the Y section on the black wire leading to the terminal block. No other sections or wires are damaged?

Alejandro for Model Number LER4634BQ1

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My dryer won't heat and the timer cycles won't. run, however the dryer drum runs.

Gene for Model Number whirlpool lte6234an1

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My gas dryer works fine on timed drying cycle but on sensor is not drying cloths. Is this a timer problem?

Arlene for Model Number TGDS680BW1

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When I pull the knob to start the washer nothing happens. The knob just pulls out smoothly with no click. Does this likely indicate a timer problem? Thanks

Tim for Model Number lte6234dq2

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I have a whirlpool dryer, model # LER4634EQ2. I transferred a load of laundry to the dryer, left the room for a few minutes and came back to the laundry room to start a new load in the wash. There was an odor coming from my dryer. Not exactly wires burning, or a dry heat smell. After some investigating, it seemed as though it was coming from behind the timer. The dryer ran for a bit (I wanted to dry the load that was in there), and the smell finally went away. But now it will run through it's cycle and turn off, but there is no heat. Could the smell maybe have been something that burned out, say the thermal fuse or heater element? Or could this be something wrong with the timer? I do not have testing capabilitites, and with my household, I needed my dryer fixed yesterday. Thank you!

Mrsb for Model Number LER4634EQ2

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The dryer will not advance to the next cycle. The nob does not move on its own.

Christina for Model Number Roper Dryer

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My dryer will stop but the heat elements stay on. In order to stop it from heating up so high when cycle is finished and dryer has stopped from turning is to unplug the power cord. What is causing this?

Diyfixer for Model Number LER4634EQ2

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The dryer turns on fine but randomly the buzzer goes off and the dryer stops before the cycle is done. Happens on auto sensing and timed drying. If I barely twist the timer knob it will start up again. Is it a timer problem. I don't want to spend $100.00 if it could be something else. I cleaned all the lint and still have a problem. Also tested the fuses and switched on the back for continuity and they seem ok. Thanks for your help.

Tara for Model Number LET7848AQ0

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I recently changed a element on a dryer. The dryer was down for over a year. Now when you turn the timer it trips the breaker. You reset the breaker and the unit will come on and run with no issues till the next cycle. any suggestions?

Len for Model Number LER5636EQ3

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My dryer turns around, but no heat coming out..

Gerome for Model Number Model no. LGR3624JQ2

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