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    • Part Number: AP4373392
    • MFG Part Number: W10185970
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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My Whirlpool 291N electric dryer only turns on when the timer is on the "low heat" setting. It does nothing at all on the "high heat" or "timed" setting. I am ready to purchase a new timer, but wanted to know what I can check to verify that the timer is the problem. Please respond to my email.

Alex for Model Number WED5000VQ1

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I have a dyer the model is eed4400wq0 and the other is ted8740pq0, can I use the timer?

Mike for Model Number eed44oowqo

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When I set the timer for a specific time or auto` and then push the start button, there is a strange (buzzing) sound, and the unit will not start.

Dick for Model Number EED4400WQO

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The timer im finding dosent match the one on dryer it is hevy duty supercapacity mod eed4400wq0.

Steve for Model Number eed4400wq0

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How do you test the timer on this unit or can you jump it to see if heater will work and that it is the timer that is your problem?

Quinn for Model Number eed4400wqo

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My dryer will not heat. I have checked voltage. I have also checked all fuses and heating element for continuity. Everything checks out o.k but still no heat. Could the timer be bad causing the dryer to run but not heat?

Pete for Model Number eed4400wq

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Brought an estate dryer about 2 years ago dryer stopped will not start or run. Replaced the start button and checked all the other parts I do hve voltage don't want to buy new parts if I don't need them. Please advise

Steve for Model Number EED4400Wq0

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Dryer stops in mid cycle. Checked fuse, door switch, and start button. Could it be the timer stopping it from working?

Chuck for Model Number estate dryer

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Is there a way to check a timer to see if its bad before buyin a new one?

James

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Where are thermal fuses located on an estate dryer?

James

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