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Digital Multimeter

Part Number: AP5641751
MFG Part Number: TJMA-DM1
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Measures DC/AC voltage, DC current, resistance, diode and transistor testing.

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Part Number TJMA-DM1 (AP5641751) replaces MA-DM1, DM10T, 120, DM10, DM200.

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I have an electric estate dryer, the dryer will not heat on the timed dryer cycle but it will heat on the more heat cycle and that to is beginning to not work on occasion. I removed all 3 thermostats, fuse and timer plus the heating element and took it repair shop and had them tested all were ok. The timer was another story they said it could not be checked like the other units is this correct? What could be the problem? I have a Digital Multimeter GE2524 how would I use this device to check the timer, fuse, element and the thermostats I know the setting is ohms but what number My device has 2000k to 20k and 2000 to 20 on the dial. Thanks in advance

Memo for Model Number EED4400WQ0

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The digital multimeter you have online says that it is not compatible with my whirlpool dryer. What type of multimeter should I use to check the continuity of the thermostat and thermal fuse. My dryer runs but won't heat and I have cleaned the exhaust duct, which is very short, coming out of the dryer through the wall into my garage. No obstructions were found.

Gail for Model Number LEB6300LW0

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My Whirlpool dryer will not start. I have checked everything I know to find the problem including start button, thermostats, fuses, door, motor, timer,and heating element. All have checked out fine using multimeter. I noticed there is a very small circuit board (approx 2"x3"). Could this be the problem and how would you check it?

Randy O for Model Number LEQ9508KQ1

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Dryer quit heating. Tested thermal cut-off, thermastats, element, cleaned the dryer and made sure air flow was good. Thermal cut- off was bad replaced it and the dryer heated for 15-20 minutes and quit thermal cut-off was bad agian.now what?

Billy for Model Number LEQ8611LW1

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My Dryer Will Start Up Normally I Watch The Flame Come On And It Stays On A While....Then The Flame Turns Off....Then About 1-2 Mins Later It Glows Like Its Gonna Ingnite Again But No Flame Fires Up...And Repeats Itself Several Times But Flame Never Comes Back On Again....Could I Get A Trouble Shoot Option Please...

Joel for Model Number Whirlpool

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The heating element was bad. I replaced it and the high temperature themostat. The dryer worked really well for 2 or 3 days. Now it will not heat up.

Rick for Model Number MAYTAG PYET444AYW ELECTRIC DRYER

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