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    • Part Number: AP4373259
    • MFG Part Number: W10185972
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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My Kenmore Series 400 electric dryer runs but will not heat. I've already confimed that there is continuity in the thermal fuse and high limit thermostat in the heater box. There is continuity in the heating element. There is continuity in the operating thermistor and the thermal fuse in the blower box. I've already confrimed that I have 240V and 120 V across the power supply terminals...both without and under load. So now I'm focused on the timer. The timer is model W10185976E. I've removed one plug to reveal 3 terminals. I've removed a second plug to reveal 4 terminals. Which termals should I check to determine if the timer is the cause for lack of heating? Thanks!

David for Model Number 110.69422801

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My dryer will only run on timed dry low heat. On any other setting it just makes a buzzing noise like the dryer is done with the cycle. Where do I begin? With the thermostat or timer?

Dan for Model Number NED5100TQ1

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The auto sense dry cycle only runs for about twenty minutes and doesn't dry the clothes. The other cycles work fine. If I dry on high heat timed cycle I can usually get the clothes dry in about two thirty minute cycles...three if a large load of towels. Does this sound like a problem with the timer or some "dry sensing" part?

Scott B. for Model Number AED4475TQ1

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Dryer heats up one minute and cools off the next. You bang on the timer, and works good.

Nancy for Model Number estate

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The heating element only gets power at the end of a cycle, also, the timer selections are all messed up. In other words It should be in low heat but is in high and the no heat is now in the high heat position. Is this a timer issue?

Kay for Model Number CEDX631VQ1

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I just replaced the timer on my dryer, now my dryer will come on & has power but will not stay on unless you hold the button.

Ken for Model Number AED4475TQ1

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When set to automatic drying, the dryer often runs a few minutes, the buzzer goes off a few minutes later and the timer does not advance, it just stops. Is this a timer problem, moisture sensor problem or both? Thanks. The gas valve relay coils were replaced a year ago. The dryer is about 10 years old.

Peter H for Model Number Whirlpool Gas Dryer

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When the start button is pressed the only thing that happens is the end of cycle buzzer , buzzes, nothing else happens. Could this be a problem with the timer? Thanks

Darold for Model Number Amana Model # NED5100TQ1

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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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