CustomerAaron from CT
Dryer would not run at all, cycle knob felt "loose" suddenly.
Phillips head screw driver and needle nose pliers.
Repair & Advice
Since I suspected the drying cycle control timer as my failed part I decided to remove it, order a new one and install the new timer. Prior to removing the old part I took a picture of the wire connections (there were 6!) For reference during reinstall of the new part. We worth the time! Removal and replacement only took 30 minutes. It took longer to find the part on the Internet! Then I found Parts Dr! Service and delivery were quick and painless; no doubt I will use PartsDR next time I have an appliance in distress!