My dryer was taking very long to heat up, so i open the unit up and started checking all the fuses and sensors etc. I replace the gas valve coils and it heated up right away. But I got no continunity on the thermistor, so I order a new one part# 31001590. When I got it I check it but got no continunity also on the new one. Do I need to add heat with a blow dryer and then check it for continunity or did I get a new bad thermistor? Is a no or a nc part and what does the part really does? pls help
This is a thermistor that you will check resistance on. You should have approximately 10,000 ohms resistance and is used in conjunction with sensor bars.
Answered by AppliancePartsPros.com | Wednesday, March 06, 2013