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what does F22 mean? runs for one minute & shuts off.
Greatergraces,

I can't find an F22 code for a WP dryer,

Are you sure about that fail code ?

If you could get us a proper model number, we'd be more helpful, and can assist you better.

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) yes does flash F-22 read at the bottem of page [ quote=Joe / APP Team;332503]Greatergraces,

I can't find an F22 code for a WP dryer,

Are you sure about that fail code ?

If you could get us a proper model number, we'd be more helpful, and can assist you better.

Thanks,

[/quote Model # is WED6200SW1 Dryer does come on using any temperature settings but shuts off after 1 minute then Flashes F-22 .On temperature setting air only dryer does operate through time setting but the temperature stays extremely hot. thank you for your help we appreciate.

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Greatergraces,

I can't find an F22 code for a WP dryer,

Are you sure about that fail code ?

If you could get us a proper model number, we'd be more helpful, and can assist you better.

Thanks,

[/quote Model # is WED6200SW1 Dryer does come on using any temperature settings but shuts off after 1 minute then Flashes F-22 .On temperature setting air only dryer does operate through time setting but the temperature stays extremely hot. thank you for your help we appreciate.

Greatgraces,

Thanks,

Of course you're correct, your dryer does have a F22 code.

That code indicates that the Exhaust thermistor resistance is out of specified range,

You added something,

On timed dry, air dry setting(no heat), the dryer gets extremely hot ?

Is that correct ?

I was hoping you just had a clogged vent or bad thermistor, but with that information, we've got another problem, shorted element, shorted wires, bad control board,

You should get a multi meter, so you can check resistances and circuits, or
disconnect the exhaust venting from the back of the dryer and run it on air dry, then a heat cycle and varify, that there's heat in the air dry(no heat) setting.

We'll keep an eye out for your response,

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I can't find an F22 code for a WP dryer,

Are you sure about that fail code ?

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greatergrace already have dissconnected exhaust & air dryer is very hot,we already put part that we order on .

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greatergrace already have dissconnected exhaust & air dryer is very hot,we already put part that we order on .
Greatergraces,

So much for the easy stuff,

I was not aware you replaced a part, what part did you replace ?

Now,

You'll need to access the rear of the dryer, remove the back panel,

1. Unplug dryer or disconnect power.
2. Remove the rear panel

3. To remove the thermal cutoff (TCO)

a) Remove the two wires from the TCO
terminals.
b) Remove the hex-head screw, unhook
the end of the bracket, and remove
the TCO.
4. To remove the heater and inlet thermistor/
high-limit thermostat
a) Lift the locking tab and remove the
2-wire connector from the inlet thermistor.
b) Remove the wire connector from the
high-limit thermostat terminal.
c) Remove the two wire connectors from
the heater terminal block.

Check for a resistance reading from each terminal to the flue box/housing. any resistance would indicate a shorted element and you'd need to replace the heater assembly.

d) Remove the two hex-head screws from
the heater assembly and remove the

assembly.

e) Using a flat-blade screwdriver, pry the
inlet thermistor terminal off the heater
terminal, and remove the thermistor from
the assembly.

Part number: AP3094254

Part number: AP3094254



The next step would be,

to access the main control board,

1. Unplug dryer or disconnect power.
2. Turn off gas supply to dryer.
3. Remove the two mounting screws from
the rear of the console.
4. Lift the console off the cabinet and position
it off to the side.


To remove the machine control:

a) Disconnect the machine control board
connectors at P8, P9, P13, and P14,
then pull the red and black wires off the
heater relay terminals. NOTE: On dual
element models, also disconnect the
violet and black wires from the second
heater relay terminals.

Once you've removed the wires from the heater relay,
with a multi meter, there should be no resistance across the two terminals on the relay, if there is, the relay is stuck closed, and causing the element to be on in all settings, and you'll need a machine control board.

Part number: AP4359310

Part number: AP4359310

I'm pretty sure you'll find your problem in one of these areas,

or the wiring to one or the other.

Good Luck,


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