That just goes to show you the kind of luck I have. Of course I end up with the one dryer that can't be fixed on the forum. I'm not giving up quite yet, though.Good question DT, Stacy's problem is highly unusual, I really don't know myself without looking at it myself in person at her house.
As you can tell from all the posts in this thread, all of the members who posted had success with either changing the control board or the relay's. And in the field I've changed hundreds of these control boards and relay's myself and never had any call backs.
Not that I'm aware of.I've been thinking...we have a very bad habit of letting the dryer run after the cycle has finished. We don't go down and grab the clothes until well after it has run through all of its "wrinkle free" cycles. Could that have damaged something?
Yes, pretty much so, yes do check the new control board.My fiancé also mentioned tonight taking a look at the new control board to make sure he didn't burn that one out by doing something incorrectly. I don't think he checked yet, though. Could damage to the new board bring us right back to where we started like this?