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dryerman45

DRYER BUZZER

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DEAR FELLOW SAMURAIS,

I have an kenmore dryer and at the end of the cycle the buzzer stays on and will not shut off unless you open the door.The model # 110.96573230.Would this be the timer?

Thank you,

SAMANERA

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I can't find a wiring diagram for that model,

unless you have one you could scan and upload (somewhere)

Does the Start Button work OK ?

or does the Dryer start as soon as the Timer is set for a cycle ?

 

 

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Thanks for reply,

The dryer works normal meaning you have to set timer, close door and push start.So no it wont just start running unless you push start,it dries clothe fine,Its just at end of cycle that the buzzer keeps buzzing unless you open door.Normally its suppose to buzz for a mmoment to let you know cycle is complete but this one keeps right on buzzing.

SAMANERA

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do you have a wiring diagram ?

 

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Thank you for the reply.I went back today and installed timer and that did not correct the problem.It turned out to be the push to start  switch.It didnt dawn on me until I was there again and realized the dryer would run as soon as you selected a cycle.That meant the push to start switch was constantly closed,also causing the buzzer to remain on at end of cycle.I replaced the switch and its fine

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... Does the Start Button work OK ?

or does the Dryer start as soon as the Timer is set for a cycle ?

... installed timer and that did not correct the problem.

... It turned out to be the push to start switch.

... realized the dryer would run as soon as you selected a cycle

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