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    • Part Number: AP4411360
    • MFG Part Number: W10185982
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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My dryer runs, but will not heat. I have checked continuity on all thermostats, and thermal fuse. All are good. I have replaced the hi-temp cutoff, and high limit thermostat. The heater element shows continuity and no breaks in the wires. I've also checked the motor terminal block and everything appears to be working properly (i.e. no binding, clean of dust). Every once in a while, the dryer will heat, so I'm pretty sure that the heating system still works, but I cannot determine what is causing this.

Scott V for Model Number WED5100VQ1

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My dryer was working fine. I put a load in, turned on the timer and pressed the start button. Nothing happened. I opened the door, light was on, checked the door switch and it worked. After a few moments of turning the dryer setting knob and pressing the start button it came on. However, it will run for a few moments then cuts off. Would this be the power button or the dryer setting knob (timer dial) Thanks,

Greg for Model Number WED5200VQ1

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Element wont heat, timer won't advance in any cycle. I have 220Vac when go across leads bk and red into timer. I have 120 volts on disconnected red wire far right before element. This wire goes back into bottom of dryer. No voltage on other red wire that feeds back to thermostats. I have replaced heating element, 2 thermostats on element cover, and non resettable fuse and operating thermostat near the blower. The timer will turn and turn off motor when physically done. I know the motor runs. I know I have 220 volts into unit from plug and all fuses in back are good. I also have 220Vac going into heating knob. I can't prove if timer bad or if have another issue.

Terry H. for Model Number WED5200VQ1

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I have a Whirlpool gas dryer (wgd4800xq0) that will not fire up. I have checked all the thermostats and thermal cutout.It does not even attempt to fire up. Any idea what could be causing this?

Ahale

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Dryer will not heat in timed dry but will heat in auto-dry. Is the timer bad and how can I check it to see? Everything else checked ok

Chuck for Model Number CED137SXQ0

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Dryer will heat in auto-dry but will not heat in timed-dry. Coud it be the timer and how do I check for a bad timer?

Chuck for Model Number CED137SXQ0

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Having trouble with dryer coming on light comes on on the inside. I can hear the timer clicking when set. Thought it was the push to start relay, replaced it wasnt the problem. Switch on door turn light on and off and will disengaege the push to start relay. Can't figure out why it wont start any ideas.

Heather for Model Number wed5200vq1

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I'm troubleshooting my dryer for not heating. All thermostats check OK. It appears the timer may be bad. My question is; Is the heating element supposed to cycle on and off while drying?

Joe for Model Number Whirlpool MOD# WED5200VQ1

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The dryer only works on one position on the timer (automatic) and then only runs for about ten to fifteen minutes then shuts off. I have to reset it repeatedly to dry a load of clothes. could a power surge burned up most of my contacts in the timer switch? like lightening? or what do think the problem is my timer switch?

Billy for Model Number WED5200VQ1

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Where can I get the instructions on how to change the timer?

Andres for Model Number WED5200VQ1

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