Dryer won’t shut off?

Its Bill the handyman serving Northern California, we’re looking at a whirlpool automatic dryer.
this one would stay on as soon as the timer was set. so so it would stay on until you opened the door or adjusted the timer off. At first I thought is was a timer issue …

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suspected timer had stuck points, When I took the timer apart it looked good but recondtitioned it anyway I cleaned the points up and lubed the shaft I put it back together and there’s still the same problem- stays on. looking at the switch here this is dual “On and end of cycle” buzzer button Lot of used here this is a little bit sloppy or it just it doesn’t have a lot of spring back to it and so doesn’t spring out to shut off it doesn’t seem to spring out very strong so what I might do so might take a ink pen spring , stretch it out and put it in back of the knob or glue a sponge in between here and so it’ll automatically come out.
I also suspected it was the the motor switch and so the motor switch was an issue. I suspected it may have been stuck points there too. this one would
On the motor shaft can you see that that there’s a little arm right in there the little white arm that moves and I just kinda sprayed some silicone lube on it and moved around a bit and is now the machine works fine so anyway that’s your tip for .

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Dryer won’t shut off?

Its Bill the handyman serving Northern California, we’re looking at a whirlpool automatic dryer. this one would stay on as soon as the timer was set. so so it would stay on until you opened the door or adjusted the timer off.
At first I thought is was a timer issue … send Your donation to
suspected timer had stuck points, When I took the timer apart it looked good but recondtitioned it anyway I cleaned the points up and lubed the shaft I put it back together and there’s still the same problem- stays on. looking at the switch here this is dual “On and end of cycle” buzzer button Lot of used here this is a little bit sloppy or it just it doesn’t have a lot of spring back to it and so doesn’t spring out to shut off it doesn’t seem to spring out very strong so what I might do so might take a ink pen spring , stretch it out and put it in back of the knob or glue a sponge in between here and so it’ll automatically come out. I also suspected it was the the motor switch and so the motor switch was an issue.

I suspected it may have been stuck points there too. Its Bill the handyman
On the motor shaft can you see that that there’s a little arm right in there the little white arm that moves and I just kinda sprayed some silicone lube on it and moved around a bit and is now the machine works fine so anyway that’s your tip for . If you have benefited from my vids, Please send Your donation to Bill’s Enterps. PO Bx.

7021 Eureka Ca 95501 Thank you for your support! If I can help you contact me at 707 445-1591 appliance works yahoo dot com

Dryer won’t shut off?

Its Bill the handyman serving Northern California, we’re looking at a whirlpool automatic dryer. this one would stay on as soon as the timer was set. so so it would stay on until you opened the door or adjusted the timer off. At first I thought is was a timer issue …
suspected timer had stuck points, When I took the timer apart it looked good but recondtitioned it anyway I cleaned the points up and lubed the shaft I put it back together and there’s still the same problem- stays on. looking at the switch here this is dual “On and end of cycle” buzzer button Lot of used here this is a little bit sloppy or it just it doesn’t have a lot of spring back to it and so doesn’t spring out to shut off it doesn’t seem to spring out very strong so what I might do so might take a ink pen spring , stretch it out and put it in back of the knob or glue a sponge in between here and so it’ll automatically come out.
I also suspected it was the the motor switch and so the motor switch was an issue. I suspected it may have been stuck points there too.

On the motor shaft can you see that that there’s a little arm right in there the little white arm that moves and I just kinda sprayed some silicone lube on it and moved around a bit and is now the machine works fine so anyway that’s your tip for . If you have benefited from my vids, Please send Your donation to Bill’s Enterps. PO Bx.

7021 Eureka Ca 95501 Thank you for your support! If I can help you contact me at 707 445-1591 appliance works yahoo dot com