Power switch not working when dryer is warm
On this dryer, it has a front circuit board behind all of the digital read outs and lights. If you put a load of clothes in it when the dryer is cool and hadn't been run for awhile, it starts very easily by pushing the start button. After the dryer has been running, it doesn't start when you push the start button, but will start to run if you bang on the front or top fairly hard. If the start switch was defective, it wouldn't start at all. I am left trying to conclude if it is the main control board (which does have a starter relay module on it) or if the circuit board is not sending the signal to the main board. Update: The dryer now, when you push the start button, counts down like seconds and beeps at zero. The dryer doesn't run though. The manual says nothing about demo mode. I have tried turning the breaker off and on and unplugging it.
Is this a good question?