If the timer won’t advance even after replacing the timer you need to check that it is getting the power necessary to operate.
Here’s the tech sheet for the dryer that shows the wiring path(s) for the timer motor.
If it fails to operate regardless of whether the dryer is set to regular or auto then you need to check the white/blue wire connection from the timer switch to the timer motor and the black wire connection from the timer motor to the power supply input (L1). Check both ends of both wires.
Be safety aware when testing. Disconnect the power from the dryer and use an Ohmmeter to test the wiring for continuity.
So after checking all the wiring I decided to back up and start over. The new timer does not work on auto dry. Not sure what’s going on at this point because it works on timed dry.
Ashley Wilson 의