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Old 05-02-2011, 09:18 PM
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Estate dryer, worked great for years, timer on autosense stoped working, not moving, it dries but it would run for days if I don't stop it. Please help.

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Old 05-03-2011, 06:16 PM
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sorry, TGDX640PQ0
The timer makes no clock sound when on the autosense or the high/heat timer, only on the low/heat or no/heat dedicates.. could it be as easy as a timer? thanx for willingness to help...
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Estate dryer, worked great for years, timer on any setting has stopped working, it does not move, it dries but it would run for days if I don't stop it.
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It is probably a good idea to start your own thread using "Post New Topic"
When the forum is busy regulars do not have time to check posts with replies from other regulars so you get lost in the shuffle.

I would not have replied to LeoV's post if I had known it was a gas dryer.
As a rule I do not give advice on gas units.
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