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estate dryer no power EED4400WQ0

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You have established that you have line voltage. If this is correct, jumper your push to start switch. Turn the dryer on timed dry.Make sure door switch is closed. Put your meter probe on neutral and the other probe on timer terminal C (Bk). You should have line voltage. From there take your lead from C and put it on terminal B of the timer(LBU). Keep your other meter lead on neutral. You should still have line voltage. If not the timer contact between C and B is bad. You will need a new timer. Hope this helps.

turned out that the LBU showed no voltage,Thanks for the help ,checking to see if I have another dryer with same timer ,I will post back once it is for sure fixed.

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Okey (replaced timer) ,dryer is working well thanks for the help guys.

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