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Kenmore Dryer timer won't advance


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#1 DaFaDa

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Posted 07 August 2010 - 10:40 AM

Kenmore MOD No: 110 70602991

Ser: ML1004651

Type:  DWRJ-NAT-1206006FM22

I have seen similar issues here, but not the same.

When I start the dryer on Auto the element lights up and most of the time the heat begins to flow, but the timer does not advance.

If I run it on Timed cycle, it goes through the timed cycle and heats up, and if I run it a couple times, it will even dry; I just can't get the auto cycle to work.

I cleaned the dryer and the vent.

Thanks in advance for your suggestions


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