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    • Part Number: AP3866842
    • MFG Part Number: 134587700
    • Made by: Frigidaire
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The auger moves real fast. It shoots ice out too fast. Ice and water over shoots glass. What causes this to happen?

Suzi for Model Number LGHC2342LF0

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The thermistor #134587700 has two connections one solid blue and other is stripped blue. Does it matter which connector that attach to?

Donna for Model Number AEQ6000ES2

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Hello, Electrolux electric dryer EIED55HMB0 will run for a few minutes and then shut down error code E63. It does seem to heat the clothing until it shuts down. I have to unplug it for a bit, plug it back in before the code will reset. Get same results after running it again. What part should I be looking at first. Google says heating element but if it is heating up how can it be bad?

Michael P for Model Number EIED55HMB0

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What is the resistance reading of thermistor control #ap3866842? Mine is reading 48k. All my other switches test OK

Mark for Model Number leq7000eso

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My dryer no longer heats up. I have done some research, and some diagnosis based on the code E5B. My voltage at the block is 240, my voltage at the heating element is the same. I tested the Thermistor next, which reads approx. 15K Ohms at room temperature, indicating that it would need replacement. Logic tells me that if the heating element has 240 volts, that it should heat, unless it's bad. I would think that if the thermistor were bad, there would be no voltage at the element. Is this not correct? I am trying to determine whether I need the thermistor, or the element.

Steve for Model Number LEQ6000ES0

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My dryer does not heat up. I have cleaned the vent to outside and already know about that. The gas burner doesn't come on. Sometimes I can unplug it and plug it back in attempting to reset it and it sometimes works. I listen for the burners to come on. I was wondering if it could be coils or a number of things? Thanks

Corey for Model Number 417.94152500 Kenmore Dryer

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The control panel works on my dryer but it will not turn on. When I tried to start it this morning I hit start, heard a "click" and nothing. It will simply now run. Do I need to replace the Thermstor Control? YouTube vids say that or the thermal fuse. I can't find the thermal fuse.

Dave J for Model Number 41794072301

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On model faqg7073kw0, when testing the Control Thermistor part #134587700 with a multi-meter, should it show continuity? I have a dryer that has slightly damp clothes when done and I've already tried changing the coils. The two limiters and high limit thermostat shows continuity. The control thermistor on the blower does not. Thanks!

Darin B for Model Number faqg7073kw0

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The dryer does not want to put out any heat it takes for ever to dry anything.

Tom for Model Number GLEQ2152ESO

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Dryer starts normal but about ten minutes a code e64 comes up and the heater stops.

Dave B for Model Number fase7073lao

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