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Frigidaire Stack Dryer Model #FLSG60RGS2

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Hi,

I did alot of work on this dryer for my customers tenant.

 

One complaint was the dryer timer didn't advance or stop at the end of the cycle.

 

I replaced the timer and the same problem persists.

 

This dryer has been worked on before she moved in and it's been this way for 4 years.

 

I didn't have a wiring diagram to verify the wires on the timer were correct to begin with.

 

Any ideas on resolving this?

 

Thanks,

Bruce

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... One complaint was the dryer timer didn't advance or stop at the end of the cycle.

not stopping at the end of the cycle,

and it's not advancing ?

 

... not advancing .. only in the Auto-dry cycle ?

if it's not getting up to temperature ...

what's the Vent temperature range Hi / Low ?

maybe bad Gas Valve Coils ?

 

http://appliantology.org/files/file/1315-frigidaire-dryer-flsg60rgs2/

Frigidaire Dryer

FLSG60RGS2

5995394425 parts & wiring

 

available after upload review by the Samurai

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Sorry,

Advancing, but does not turn off when it reaches the end of the cycle. Keeps running.

 

Even if, while it is running I manually advance the timer to all it's Off positions, the dryer keeps running.

 

It's a brand new timer.


Also, can't access the link you included.

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Now I've replaced the start switch and the same problem persists.

 

Timer starts anywhere in any cycle. The timer advances, but will not shut off at the end of any cycle.

 

Even if I manually move it to the Off position, it still keeps going.

 

Any ideas?

 

Please don't give me any downloads, I can't access them.

 

Thanks,

Bruce

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Did the "old" Timer do the same thing ?

Correct part number ?

Is it wired correctly ?

Only paid members can access the downloads.

Weren't you a paid member on the "old" applianceguru.com ?

Send an email to the Samurai

 

 

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If this was worked on before you and you swapped the old timer for a new timer, you moved  the wires one for one and it is still the same..............it is possible the first person miss wired it...   with out a wire diagram/schematic, you are just spinning your wheels........  Is there a tan colored wire on "B" terminal of the timer ????...

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The landlord says no one has worked on this machine before, but there were screws missing on the console that had to be taken

out. I don't think they just loosened and fell out.

 

I've got to get a wiring diagram for this thing. Tenant says it's been like this for at least 4 years. Old timer didn't stop either, but also

didn't advance.

 

The new one at least advances, but won't turn off at the off position.

 

Thanks for your help,

 

And, yes, I had a different level before. I've emailed the Samurai regarding upgrading.

Bruce

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Timer part number 131062400

http://www.repairclinic.com/referral.asp?R=154&N=755

 

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 A = Orange
  B = Black

  C = Brown
  X = Brown

  R = Tan  + one Black Timer Motor wire
  D = Tan
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         s
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 M =  r     
 
TM = Purple + other Black Timer Motor wire
 E = Blue

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