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Samsung dryer dv365etbgwr runs forever

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#1 Joshua Scholar

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Posted 04 July 2015 - 12:24 PM

A customer a long drive away from me called with a samsung dryer

dv365etbgwr that he says works, the timer counts down but doesn't stop when it reaches zero.

 

So it's heating, tumbling, counting but not stopping.

 

My first guess is replacing the "power control board"

DC92-00322V (there being no part called "timer" and the other control being the display).  Not that I'm sure at all.  Does anyone have experience with this or with what to check?

 

Also, about the board, I notice that on appliance parts pros, that part number forwards me ie:

"Part Number DC92-00669R (AP5982969) replaces DC92-00322V."

 

But when I search that part, it's labeled "assy holder pcb".  I'm slightly worried that it might be just a holder not the board.



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#2 DanInKansas

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Posted 07 July 2015 - 07:46 AM

I would suggest calling 1-800-Samsung and work the phone tree until you get "I am a technician".  They can email you the mini-manual for the unit.

 

Certainly could be the board, but without knowing more about how this dryer works, I couldn't say.  Just be mindful of the difference between having it there if you need it and going out determined to put the board on.


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#3 philcheck

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Posted Yesterday, 02:39 PM

Did you ever find the cause of the dryer running nonstop. We have one, exact model, and it's doing the same thing. 






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