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Thermo, Hi-Limit

Part Number: AP2042588
MFG Part Number: WE4M182
Made by: GE
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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 WE4M182 (AP2042588) replaces 276465, AH267927, EA267927, PS267927, WE04M0182.

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How to Replace Thermo, Hi-Limit #WE4M182

Step by step instructions on how to replace a Thermo, Hi-Limit #WE4M182 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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The dryer tries to light and I see the flame for a couple of seconds before is goes out. It does make a rattling noise while it is trying to light. I removed the front panel (4 stitches later, stamped metal is very sharp) checked air flow inside and out which is good. This was a working unit before I moved it then reconnected. Would this be the high limit switch going bad and coincidental with the move or do you think there is another problem? Thanks, Frank

Frank for Model Number GE DBSR463GG1WW

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At times dryer will heat for a while then stop heating. Vent is clear. I've tested the cycling thermostat, high limit thermostat and timer thermostat. All have continuity. I changed the coils several months ago. Any suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks.

Glenn C for Model Number DBXR453GT5WW

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Ok, I need some help here. I have checked for air flow in the duct work and all is good. Even changed the foil pipe to a solid one. Cleaned out inside of unit. I still need to run dryer thru a couple cycles to dry clothes. Even when I disconnect vent from back of unit it wont dry like it should. I noticed the air is warm but not hot. Here is a list of parts I have changed out. I know some do not have anything to do with my heat problem but listed anyway. Heat detector #we4x448. Hi Limit #we4m80. Thermo Hi Limit #we4m182. Front support bearing #we3m26. Air duct assem. #we14m92. Filter #we18m53. Bearing glide #we1m504. Bearing glide #we1m507. I hate to give up on this unit. Could it be the coils? (I do not have a way to test them). Any help you can send back would be great. Thanks

Kevin for Model Number DPSQ475GT6AA

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It's not a clogged vent. When I had the dryer apart I cleaned everything. Inside dryer vents, hose and outside vent. Good air flow. I tried a load with the vent unhooked from the back and it still takes a couple cycles to dry. Thanks for any help.

Kevin for Model Number DPSQ475GT6AA

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Will not dry cloths unless I put it thru a couple cycles. I noticed the heat comes on but shuts back of after a few minutes. I by passed the hi-limit just to see and the heat will stay on. This was the lower mounted hi-limit. Is this my problem? I noticed 2 other hi-limits above the one thats closest to the flame. Thanks for any help.

Kevin for Model Number DPSQ475GT6AA

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Dryer will not dry load in one cycle. Noticed the gas will turn off and on. I by-passed the hi limit switch and the gas stayed on. Could this be my problem switch. I noticed 2 more mounted above this one (bottom one) Thanks for any info you can send.

Kevin for Model Number DPSQ475GT6AA

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