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Kenmore Dryer 110.60922990 Won't Finish Cycle


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#1 Notyetwise

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Posted 02 July 2013 - 07:02 AM

Kenmore Dryer, Model #110.60922990. I've tested fuses and thermostats and all seems to be OK (as OK as I can determine with a continuity check) . Dryer runs, heats, everything seems to be fine but it cuts off before the clothes are dry. Will put the clothes in, set it for 70 min and it will run and then cut off after 50 min, and the clothes are not dry. Took the machine apart and cleaned it. Cleaned the lint screen. Noticed the wire for the auto dry sensor was disconnected, reconnected but not sure if it's working again. Could there be a problem with the timer? Thanks for your help!



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Posted 02 July 2013 - 07:17 AM

... Dryer runs, heats, everything seems to be fine but it cuts off before the clothes are dry.

... cut off after 50 min, and the clothes are not dry.

... Noticed the wire for the auto dry sensor was disconnected,

seems it's set for Auto-Dry

If the Auto-Dry Sensor doesn't "sense" moist, wet clothes, it will end the Cycle sooner

You may be good-to-go now

 

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Posted 02 July 2013 - 01:50 PM

I'm not using the dryer in sensor mode. It stopped when the clothes weren't dry before, when the sensor wasn't hooked up, so I don't think the sensor has anything to do with it. I've been using the dryer without the sensor hooked up for quite a long time and it was drying fine. Now it's stopping before the clothes are dry. What else could it be?



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Posted 02 July 2013 - 01:54 PM

Does the Dryer run for the full time, and the Timer reaches the end of the Timed Cycle ?


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