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    Default cool down cycle

    Sorry no model number, but would anything besides the timer cause a Whirlpool
    electric dryer to not run at all in the cool down cycle?

    Maybe 12 years old.

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    The whole dryer is stopping...and not just the timer?
    If yes, the timer is about the only thing I can think of right now.

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    That was my thinking. Anothet guy that deals with used appliances was asking me. I got a resistor from him few days ago for one that would not advance in a certaincycle.

    He thought that might be the problem. Mine would not shut off though. It just would not advance.

    Don't think he had wiring diagram.

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    First thing I thought of was the resistor....but that normally stops the timer from advancing and does not stop the whole dryer.
    Whirlpool Auto Dry Cycle | Appliance Aid

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