Looked at 2 simular driers dead within 2 weeks only year & half old both bought at the same Lowes about the same time. First dryer I concluded that it was timer failure, can't remember why I concluded that, but customer opted to buy another new dryer than repair.
2nd dryer today dead also, don't have correct model number, customer did not give it correctly & I did not check when on call.
Findings: Terminal block 244v across L1 & L2 . All thermal devices have continuity, all test 122v terminal ends to ground with timer in heat cycles. Start switch has continuity when pressed, open when not. I am leaning towards timer failure.
Have 122V at timer terminal lead 'C' BK wire to neutral terminal. 121v at terminal 'B' Lightblue wire to neutral trminal. Lose most voltage at B terminal when start switch is pushed. Am I on the right tract? Door switch has continuity. Thought I read somewhere where these timers have a quirck to them but I can't find where I read that.
Did not jump black to Lt blue wire. Can't believe motors are bad