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Timer-Dryer

Part Number: AP4047639
MFG Part Number: 37001240
Made by: Whirlpool
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Genuine Whirlpool part. Whirlpool brands include Whirlpool, Maytag, KitchenAid, Jenn-Air, Amana, Magic Chef, Admiral, Norge, Roper, and others. See all items in Dryer Control Board.
Whirlpool also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore.

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Part Number 37001240 (AP4047639) replaces 1185662, AH2039567, EA2039567, PS2039567.

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Dryer broken Gene F. • Arlington, MA • April 11, 2014
Appliance: Model MAYTAG DRYER

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Maytag performa dryer pdet910ayw sometimes heating and sometimes not heating Richard M. • Whitesboro, TX • September 19, 2014
Appliance: Maytag Dryer-Ele PDET910AYW

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How to Replace Timer-Dryer #37001240

Step by step instructions on how to replace a Timer-Dryer #37001240 for Dryer made by Maytag, Magic Chef, Admiral, Crosley, Amana. Note: This video is intended to give you the general idea of the part replacement procedure. Your appliance may differ depending on the manufacturer and model.


 

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When I depress the cycle selector button nothing happens. I only hear a low buzzing sound and the dial will not stay depressed. I am not sure how many components will need to be replaced.

Gene P for Model Number Maytag - Model MDET236AYW

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My dryer does not automatically turn off in the auto modes. Is there a moisture sensor or something like that need to be replaced?

Eric for Model Number mdg2706aww

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Install a new timer and wires seem to be right. The dryer will not start but has power. Light and buzzer works.

Ron for Model Number MDET336AYW....37001240 PART

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My dryer won't heat at all most of the time. Some times it's a bit warm but not much. When I put it at normal dry, the timer stops moving at the middle of the cycle. But it continues it's cycle eternally. I have to stop it manually (open the door) otherwise it will never stop. The 2 other cycles are ok. Goes from start till the end normally but no heat.

Carolyne B for Model Number Amana ND2335AZW

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My dryer won't heat at all most of the time. Some times it's a bit warm but not much. When I put it at normal dry, the timer stops moving at the middle of the cycle. But it continues it's cycle eternally. I have to stop it manually (open the door) otherwise it will never stop. The 2 other cycles are ok. Goes from start till the end normally but no heat.

Carolyne B for Model Number Amana ND2335AZW

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Looking at the electrical schematic, when the dryer is in regular heat auto mode, the timer motor should get power through the cycling thermostat which will send power to the V terminal on the 3-position switch. The switch won’t affect this except when LI to C (regular heat) continuity is disrupted. I checked the V terminal (connected to the same orange wire as the cycling thermostat) with the dryer running (reg heat and auto) and there was no power. But I think this is the case most of the time since the cycling thermostat is probably not in the position to send power to the timer. Am I off base? If not, what next?

Chris for Model Number ADG7005AWW

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