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Safety Thermostat

Part Number: AP2042573
MFG Part Number: WE4M160
Made by: GE
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Hi-limit thermostat. L210.

Genuine GE part. GE brands include General Electric, Hotpoint, RCA, and others. See all items in Dryer Fuse Or Sensor.
GE also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore.

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Part Number WE4M160 (AP2042573) replaces 276449, AH267911, EA267911, PS267911, WE04M0160.

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How to Replace Safety Thermostat #WE4M160

Step by step instructions on how to replace a Safety Thermostat #WE4M160 for Dryer made by GE. Note: This video is intended to give you the general idea of the part replacement procedure. Your appliance may differ depending on the manufacturer and model.


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My dryer takes a very long time to dry the clothes, it's seems that it may not be getting hot enough. What do you suggest? Thanks Joe

Joe L. for Model Number DS4500EB1WW


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Recently the dryer will shut down after about 20 minutes of drying and will not restart until some time has passed and it has cooled. It seems to me that the dryer is getting hotter than normal and I was thinking that I needed to replace the safety thermostat or high limit thermostat. I read somewhere else that this could also be the motor. I was going to just try the thermostat route to see if that fixed the problem but after seeing the $100 price tag on the safety thermostat I was wondering what thoughts you might have?

Dom for Model Number GE DCVH515 front load dryer


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Time drying on our dryer works fine, but if we run the 'Optimum Dry' cycle, the dryer will not shut off. It still heats, but does not shut off automatically when the clothes are dry. We like the 'Optimum Dry' better than timed dry. It seems to heat better and we don't have to run the clothes through 2 cycles to get them dry. Any ideas on what the problem might be? I would like to salvage this dryer and get a few more years out of it. Thanks.

Matt G. for Model Number DHSR333EA2WB


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On the video the wires are a different color than mine. My wires are white, single blue, and a double blue with a short cord and a long cord. My husband connected the cords to the new heating element and turned the dryer on. After turning the dry on it begin to smoke. I would like to know which wires go where.

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Will not start. The belt is on. The door switch is good.

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I have a GE 2008 electric clothes dryer that runs for 10 minutes and shuts off. What could this be?

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