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    • Part Number: AP3115922
    • MFG Part Number: 694674
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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Can I use a high level thermostat instead of a cycling thermostat?

Ron

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My dryer was not heating I replaced the igniter, coils, dryer cycle therm. And the therm. Fuse what next? Thanks

Laurie for Model Number MGDC300BWQ

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My dryer will not turn on. My multimeter says there is no continuity in my thermostat. However it does not turn on. It stopped running in the middle of a drying cycle, and will not start. I purchased a new thermostat. It tested bad for continuity. Does the thermostat need continuity? Possibly a different part.

Ricci for Model Number Kenmore 11097110100

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Am attempting to replace the cycling thermostat that is located on the duct housing. The original thermostat (which has 3 wires) is discontinued, but has been replaced by a new thermostat (which has 2 wire connections, but comes with 2 short red accessory wires with 2 yellow wire connectors in a "kit" . . . but no instructions). Can you tell me exactly how the 2 wires and wire connectors are to be used to make the new thermostat work in a DE312? Thank you :).

Susan K for Model Number Maytag DE312

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My dryer won't work. Did the troubleshooting and purchased the thermal fuse along with the operating thermostat. Part 660039 , which has 4 prongs, has been replaced with Part 694674, which has only 2 prongs. What do I do with the two violet wires? This part is totally different from original.....confused!

E Harvey for Model Number Kenmore dryer 11086950100

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Part number 694674 Thermostat has settings- A,B,C, etc.on it. How do I know which setting to use?

Jim for Model Number 1096210100

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Dryer does not heat, shows a code of 02, replaced part#307200 still will not heat in sc mode. I can cycle the heater off and on. What other parts need to be replaced?

Rob for Model Number mde5500ayq

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I cleaned the lint from my gas dryer and now it doesn't get or stay hot enough to get the closes dry. I replaced the coils and that helped some but still not good enough. It takes about 1 1/2 hours to dry a load of closes. What and how should I check next? Thanks for the help.

Jerry J for Model Number MDG5500AWW

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My dryer looks like is working but there is not heat coming when is running.

Wawryk for Model Number MDG5500AWW

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My dryer heats up, can feel it blowing hot outside at the vent. Vent line is not clogged. It will not dry on one cycle. I always have to turn it on again no matter how heavy or light I load it. I see there is like 3 different things I might need to change out. Any idea which one? Thanks...Stan

Stan for Model Number ler3624jq1

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