Our dryer won't turn off at the end of the cycle. My husband replaced the timer but it didn't help.?

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
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    Unfortunatly, you may have replaced a bad timer, with, yes, a bad timer. Try each cycle and see if it shuts off, at least this way you can still use it, and it will be a good indicator that a certain cycle is broke, which directly means the timer is bad.

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