Dryer heats up one minute and cools off the next.
You bang on the timer, and works good.
Answer Hello Nancy. Look for a loose connection. If none is found, replace the timer on the unit.
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.
Answer Hello Ken,
This problem can be caused by the timer being mis-wired or a bad new part. The other thing that can cause this is a defective motor winding.
Can I use a w10185972 timer to replace a w10185972e timer? I have an electric dryer... 220 volt feed... Dan b
Answer Hello Dan. You can use W10185972, but the other part number you provided, w10185972e, is not showing up as a good model number.
Will timer W10185972 fit on this whirlpool dryer?
Answer Hello Vickey. the correct timer for your model will be Part# 3976580