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Q:

What does "Ad" mean on my Kenmore dryer model 417.94082500?

A:

The "Ad" indicates that the dryer is in an automatic drying cycle. It is normal for this to be displayed in the automatic drying cycle instead of an estimated time.

If you continue to have heating problems in the future or need more help, resubmit your question with additional details.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
May 19, 2009
Q:

What does the letters "Ad" in the display of my Kenmore dryer mean?

A:

The "Ad" in the display indicates that the dryer is in the Auto Dry cycle.

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Joey S -
Sears Technician
August 12, 2009
Q:

Why does my dryer keep shutting down during the cycle and flashing Ad and the right column of lights?

A:

The "Ad" in the display indicates that the dryer is in the Automatic Drying cycle. When the dryer shuts off too soon or due to a fault or problem, then the status lights will blink.

I recommend that you try running the dryer on a timed cycle to see if it will work properly. This may eliminate the temperature sensor (thermistor) as a failed component if the dryer works properly in a timed cycle. It will also eliminate the possibility of a clogged exhaust vent duct as a cause of your problems.

If the dryer does not work properly on the timed cycle, try running a timed cycle with a medium load and disconnect the flexible vent behind the dryer to let the unit vent directly into the laundry room. If the dryer works properly with the exhaust vent disconnected, then you have a clogged duct to the outside of the house that is causing air flow problems.

If it does not work properly with the exhaust vent disconnected on the timed cycle, then the thermistor could be bad. The first image below shows the steps for replacing the thermistor. If you intend to replace this sensor yourself, be sure to follow electrical safety guidelines. Unplug the dryer before accessing internal dryer components. If you are not completely confident in your technical ability to complete this repair, I recommend calling a service technician to fix your dryer.

If the dryer works properly in the timed cycle, I recommend checking your moisture sensor. The moisture sensor is shown in the second image below. This sensor detects moisture in the clothes. A loose wire could be preventing the sensor from working properly.

The third image below shows the directions for entering a test mode on the dryer. This could help you test the moisture sensor. Read these instructions carefully before trying this test. If you are able to conduct this test, you can check to see if the moisture sensor is operating properly (3 O'clock position test). If the moisture sensor is bad, you can replace it using the procedure in the second image.

If you need more help with this dryer problem, resubmit your question with additional details.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
September 23, 2008