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 Posted: Fri Nov 19th, 2010 08:53 pm
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after installing a new rear drum bearing assembly, the dryer will not start, it has power as the drum light comes on....
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Does the Timer Motor run ?

yes - check the Thermal Limiter # 36 and all other wiring




 




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Not sure if the timer motor runs, I'm in over my head
the door light comes on, but when shut, the dryer does not tumble, have checked all wiring again,

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if you removed the wires for the door switch, try starting the dryer with the door open

 



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I disconnected the wires that run to the door switch, during repair, everything seems to be plugged in right, anything else that could have been shorted during the install od the rear bearing

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did you check if it starts with the door open, i suspect you reversed 2 wires

if the wirres are backwards the unit will now run with the door open, rather than closed

 



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the only wires I unhooked was the plug that runs from the door switch to the top back of the dryer, did not unhook the wires on the door switch itself

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with door open does the drum light go out if you press the door switch with your finger?  if it does try starting dryer while holding the switch in with your finger

if it still does not start you need to test the thermal safety, its the round disk on the top right of the heater shroud, easy test is to remove the 2 wires and tape them togeather, then try to start the dryer, if it starts like that you need to replace this part

DO NOT use the dryer with the wires joined and the safety bypassed!!!



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I tested the thermal safety, taped the two wires together, still nothing

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A wire may have been knocked off somewhere.

The Heater Element may have been broken.

Some electrical tests may need to be done.





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thanks, I will have someone start those next, I have checked all the wires I could find, all seem to be connected, the heater element does look in tact

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I found a red/black wire disconnected from behind the top cover on the panel of dials, it appears to be from the farthest right dial, the timer, would I be able to find a pic of how those wires all connect?

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there shoud be Red/Black wires on the Timer B Terminal

(left side, center)




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I'm probably not describing it right, from the diagram "controllers/top panel", it is number 1 timer-dryer "t"'
large dial far right, red and black wire connected together , several pins left open on back of dial, thanks

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sorry, I see now that is the right switch, now, is the schematic the only way to tell how the wires connect to it?

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Thanks for all your help, all set now!

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