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Timer, 60 Hz.

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PartSelect Number PS11741713
Manufacturer Part Number WP3406725
Manufactured by Whirlpool
Product Description

Timer, 60 Hz. Specifications

This dryer timer is used to control the unit's cycles by regulating the length of time that power is directed to each setting.

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Troubleshooting
This part fixes the following symptoms:
Will Not Start | Timer will not advance | Will not shut off | Shuts off too soon
This part works with the following products:
Dryer.
This part works with the following products:
Whirlpool, Maytag, Amana, Crosley.
Part# WP3406725 replaces these:
AP6008573, 3406725
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    Russ
    July 22, 2019
    Cannot set the timer on normal cycle, I have to go to the bottom and it starts at 54 minutes and runs a while before I can turn it down. Can you help. If I leave it in that cycle it will run then if i leave it in that cycle it will run the full 54 minutes
    For model number Duet 9250
    Hello Russ, Thank you for the question. This normally indicates the timer is defective and will need to be replaced.Hope this helps!

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    Michael
    November 5, 2018
    When i first set timer it will trip breaker. When i reset breaker and don't touch timer again, and just push the on button, everything works fine.
    For model number LGQ8000JQS
    Hello Michael, Thank you for the question. This sounds like a short in the switch causing it to trip the breaker. I would suggest replacing the switch.Thank you for your inquiry, good luck with this repair!

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    Melinda
    February 6, 2019
    Dryer switch has been slowly dying in the "timed dry" mode, sounds like a whine down and quit. However, i have found that the dryer turns on just fine in acuudry mode. Is the switch the problem? Please confirm part and is this just a screw off and screw back in dyi?
    For model number GGQ9800PW1
    Hello Melinda, Thank you for contacting us. I suggest checking the following parts: PS11741492 Push-to-Start Switch and PS11741713 Timer, 60 Hz.. These parts are connect with wire harnesses rather than screws. Good luck with your repair!

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    Steve
    June 24, 2019
    Can sometimes get dryer to start if we turn the timer slowly to find the sweet spot. Sometimes it starts and stops with the end of cycle buzzer going off. If i turn off the end of cycle buzzer it starts and stops the same way. I am thinking timer?
    For model number LEN2000PW0
    Hello Steve, Thank you for the question. Yes, this sounds like the timer switch, PartSelect Number PS11741713 is defective and will need to be replaced. Hope this helps!

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    Kapri
    January 16, 2020
    My dryer runs fine on timed dry only. All other modes the timer does not move.
    Hi Kapri, Thank you for your question. If the timer is not advancing on anything except the timed dry cycle, you will need to check the timer and the cycling thermostat. To test the timer, disconnect your dryer from the power source and remove the control console. Locate the timer. In some models, you will be able to remove it for testing at this stage, in other models, you will also need to remove the rear panel behind the control console. Set your multi-meter to Rx1 and place the probes on the terminals. You are testing for continuity and should have a reading between 2000 and 3000 ohms. If your test returns a reading outside of this range, you need a replacement timer motor. To test the cycling thermostat, Unplug your dryer and open your dryer’s cabinet. Locate your cycling thermostat, it is often found on the blower housing or elsewhere in the airflow ducting. Test the thermostat for continuity by using a multi-meter on Rx1. To do this, touch the probes to the thermostat’s terminals. If you receive a reading other than infinity or zero, you need a replacement cycling thermostat. We hope this helps. Thank you and have a great day.

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      Customer Repair Stories
       Average Repair Rating: 4.2 / 5.0, 7 reviews. What's this?
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        Dryer wouldn't stay on
        Determined that the knob/timer assembly wasn't working properly by testing the start button when holding the knob in different places. Disassembled the timer from the back of the dryer and used information on timer to order replacement part (partselect was used after a thorough search for both price and delivery time - both were superior with partselect.com). Received the timer assembly overnight and placed in dryer with success. (Took a digital photo before disassembly to assist with reassembly).
        • Christina from Rock Hill, SC
        • Difficulty Level:
          Really Easy
        • Total Repair Time:
          15 - 30 mins
        • Tools:
          Pliers, Screw drivers, Wrench (Adjustable)
        • Parts Used:
          WP3406725
        35 of 41 people found this instruction helpful.
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        Timer wouldn't advance.
        Remove back cover plate to provide access to the timer. Remove the two screws which retain the component in place. Change wires one by one to the replacement part. Reinstall component and return screws in same order removed.
        • Robert from Coffee Springs, AL
        • Difficulty Level:
          Really Easy
        • Total Repair Time:
          Less than 15 mins
        • Tools:
          Nutdriver, Pliers
        • Parts Used:
          WP3406725
        23 of 24 people found this instruction helpful.
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        The dryer wouldn't keep running after being started.
        1. took off back panel 2. unswrewed old timer 3. removed wires from old timer one at a time while each time a wire was removed it was connected to the corresponding spot on the new timer. Doing this in sequence made sure the wires were connected correctly to the new timer. 4. re-attached the new timer to the dryer and replaced the back plate.
        • Jerry from Marquette, MI
        • Difficulty Level:
          Really Easy
        • Total Repair Time:
          Less than 15 mins
        • Tools:
          Nutdriver, Screw drivers
        • Parts Used:
          WP3406725
        14 of 15 people found this instruction helpful.
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        Dryer stop working after I moved the timer setting while dryer was running. So I replaced the thermal fuse while I had the dryer away from the wall, plus the lint filter was torn.
        The repair was easy, what took the longest was cleaning the lint from the inside of the dryer and the housing that holds the lint filter. The inside of our dryer is now as free of lint as the day we bought it.To make the repairs I pulled the dryer away from the wall and removed the vent hose and unplugged the dryer from the outlet.I then removed the screws from the back panel so I could replace the thermal fuse. I did this by removing one screw from the thermal fuse and pulled it free from the dryer.I then installed the new thermal fuse and screwed it to the dryer.Then I removed one wire at a time and installed them to the new thermal fuse.I then screwed the back panel to the dryer.Next I removed the screws and panel behind the control panel of the dryer so I could replace the timer.Once I could see the timer I compared my timer to the new one before doing anything else.Then I removed control knob from front of timer.Removed the screws holding old timer in place.Installed new timer to dryer with same screws and installed control knob to timer.Then I removed one wire at time from old timer and installed to new one, I did this until all wires had been connected.Then I installed the panel to the back of the control panel with the same screws.Installed new vent hose to back of dryer and plugged cord back into the outlet. Pushed dryer back into place.Remove old torn lint filter and replaced it with the new one.Wife then tried dryer out and it worked. Dryers been working just fine ever since.
        • Phillip from Pekin, IL
        • Difficulty Level:
          Really Easy
        • Total Repair Time:
          15 - 30 mins
        • Tools:
          Nutdriver, Screw drivers
        • Parts Used:
          WP349639, WP3406725, WP3392519
        7 of 9 people found this instruction helpful.
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        Timer failed, needed replacement.
        Unplugged the dryer from the electrical outlet. Simply removed the screws holding the long plate behind the dryer controls. Took two screws out that attached the failed timer to the dryer. Was careful to pull wiring out of the failed timer one wire at a time, replacing the wires into the new timer so as to be sure the wires were attached to the new timer in the right sequence. Some of the wires were difficult to remove from the failed timer, needed to use a pliers or a screw driver to remove some of the wires. Attached the new timer to the dryer with two screws as the failed timer had been attached. Replaced the back panel to the dryer & plugged the dryer back in to the electrical outlet.
        • JAMES from TROY, MI
        • Difficulty Level:
          A Bit Difficult
        • Total Repair Time:
          15 - 30 mins
        • Tools:
          Pliers, Screw drivers, Wrench set
        • Parts Used:
          WP3406725
        6 of 9 people found this instruction helpful.
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        I broke the timer by moving it while dryer was still running
        Moved dryer out into room so I could work on it. Unplugged from wall outlet and disconnected dryer vent.Removed screws from panel on the back side of the control panel.Compared timer on dryer to new one in box.Then I removed knob on front of timer.Removed screws holding timer to dryer.Installed new timer to dryer with same screws holding old timer to dryer.Placed knob on front of timer.Removed one wire connection at a time from old timer and installed to new timer.I did this until all the wire connections had been transfered.Re-installed panel on back of control panel.Connected new vent hose to dryer. ( Since dryer was away from wall I replaced my old vent hose with a new one.)Plugged dryer back into outlet and placed dryer back in place beside the washing machine.Wife then tried the dryer out and it's now working fine again.
        • Phillip from Pekin, IL
        • Difficulty Level:
          Really Easy
        • Total Repair Time:
          15 - 30 mins
        • Tools:
          Nutdriver, Screw drivers
        • Parts Used:
          WP3406725
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        The dryer would not start and the timer would not advance
        After disconnecting the dryer and removing the upper back plate I removed the timer without removing any of the wires from it. Then I installed the new timer and placed each wire from the old timer onto the new timer in the same terminal positions that they were on the old timer. After reassembling the dryer I plugged it in and tested it and it worked correctly.
        • Daniel from Burlington, CT
        • Difficulty Level:
          Easy
        • Total Repair Time:
          30 - 60 mins
        • Tools:
          Nutdriver
        • Parts Used:
          WP3406725
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