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So in both timed and automatic mode, my dryer timer will turn like normal, but it reaches a point right before the off position where it just stops turning and the dryer continues to run. If the dial is manually turned to off it will stop. It only starts if I press and hold the start button like normal. Is this a resistor problem or timer issue? I am confused after reading all of the posts! thanks

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Sounds like a resistor, I can't view your model at the moment though.



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yes yours has a resistor



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yours will look different (probably either straight and black or round and black usually attached to the timer mounting screw or right in that area.)

I cant pull up a wiring diagram for this unit..if you have your it should show it on there and its value..like 15K i think..most of the time on the old one you can actually see a bulge on it were its blown.



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Awesome thanks. Can I replace the old one with this new straight resistor? Also, any tips on finding this part for sale?

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yep, you will have to cut and splice...the link for the part is in my last post "Resistor Link"



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110.86874800

do you have a wiring diagram for that model that you could post (somewhere) ?



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one update: timer is not advancing when in the auto dry mode. It only advances in the timed dry mode. Does this change things?

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It doesn't advance at all in the auto dry mode? Does it shut off at the end of the timed dry mode?



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krazyk011 wrote: one update: timer is not advancing when in the auto dry mode. It only advances in the timed dry mode....
now I agree ...

4700 OHMs (4.7k)   at least 5 Watts



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no advancing in the auto dry mode. does not reach the off position in timed dry mode. never shuts off

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Resistor Time



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RegUS_PatOff wrote: do you have a wiring diagram for that model that you could post (somewhere) ?



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RegUS- I have no wiring diagram if your asking me.

appl- Are you saying that it is still that same resistor?

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ok, so where is this resistor anyway? Took off the upper and lower rear panels and did not see it. is it on the side somewhere?

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It's next to, and connected to the Timer.

It may look different.

You could test it if you had a meter.

 



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appl.tech.29501 wrote:
yes yours has a resistor



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yours will look different (probably either straight and black or round and black usually attached to the timer mounting screw or right in that area.)

I cant pull up a wiring diagram for this unit..if you have your it should show it on there and its value..like 15K i think..most of the time on the old one you can actually see a bulge on it were its blown.



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ok, and is the timer the part connected to the timer knob on the top access panel?

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i havent seen anything obvious looking like either type of resistor.

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RegUS_PatOff wrote: It may look different.



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