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    • Part Number: AP4373259
    • MFG Part Number: W10185972
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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Can I use a w10185972 timer to replace a w10185972e timer? I have an electric dryer... 220 volt feed... Dan b

Dan for Model Number Ingles whirlpool dryer

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Will timer W10185972 fit on this whirlpool dryer?

Vickey for Model Number LER7646EQ2

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CAN I USE A TIMER W10185970 TO REPLACE A W10185976E ... My dryer sometimes works fine and sometimes it doesnt I checked power to the heating elements and if I set the timer on the right spot the heating element works when it goes through the cycle it stops heating so Im assuming its the timer is this right

Jose

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Hi my dryer won't start but when I push the start button it makes a buzzing noise but want start I'm thanking that it might be the timer but not sure can you help. thanks

Roxanne for Model Number red4440vq1

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I have a bad timer on admiral electric cloths dryer. Part number on timer is w10185972 d. My question is will a timer w10185972 f work on my dryer? The only difference i see is terminal c-b & ch 1/3 hp on the d timer. The f timer only cb 1/3 hp and ch is 1A.

B.p. for Model Number mod aed4475tq1

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Dryer stopped mid cycle. I checked the door switch and thermal cut off fuse.

David for Model Number red4440vq1

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My electric dryer run and cycles, but no heat. I have checked out the heat coils, hi limit thermo fuse and thermostat all seem good. dont want to spend money on a bunch of parts I think there is only the motor and the timer left. The switch on the motor does make a complete circuit when pushed in manually. Please advise which path I should take to repair my dryer. thank you

David for Model Number admiral

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When the timer is hit on dryer, it heats up but when they cycle starts it doesn't heat up.

Rafael

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Our roper dryer will not heat or countdown on any selection (timed dry low heat, no heat fluff, timed dry high heat, auto sense dry high heat). It simply spins until I move the timer to the off position. Any suggestions on what may be the culprit?

Kenneth for Model Number RED4440VQ1

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After drying a few loads of clothes without any problem, my wife checked on a load of clothes and they weren't dry so she thought they just needed to dry for another cycle. Pushed the start button and nothing. I ordered the thermal fuse and have replaced it. Still nothing. But I can hold in the start button and turn the timer button back and forth quickly and the dryer will sometimes start but will only run for a few minutes at most, and it is not heating. Does the seem like it could be the timer switch or motor? Thank you.

Tony

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