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    • Part Number: AP3131939
    • MFG Part Number: 3387134
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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Dryer will heat up but then the flame goes out after two minutes.

Don for Model Number psdg4000aww

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On the dryer cycling thermostat between the 2 middle terminals I am reading over 7.1K ohms. If I am reading other post on this correctly, it should be about 250 ohms. Would this cause me to have low, or no heat?

Marc for Model Number NED4600YQ0

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After I start my dryer it only runs for 5-10minutes. It cuts off and won't come on till it cools down. I replaced the cycling thermostat and it still cuts off?

Paul H Jr for Model Number let7848dqo

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Dryer runs on all cycles but does not heat. Opened up the back and I see three thermostats. Not sure how to use my Electro-tek reader. So I know which part is the problem what type of reading am I looking for?

Keith for Model Number LE6150XSW1

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The dryer heats up but seems to kick off the heat before it is hot enough takes forever to dry a load. should i replace the thermostat or the high limit thermostat? thanks

Ed for Model Number LGR4634JQ0

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I have an old Kenmore Heavy Duty 80 electric dryer. It doesn't heat on Timed dry (high heat) but does heat on Knit/delicate (low heat). Which part do I need to replace to correct this problem? Thanks

Jim for Model Number 11096580110

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I replaced the heating element and my dryer is still not heating up... what's next?

Pam for Model Number LER7646EQ2

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I have a Whirlpool Gas dryer that won't heat up. I bought a new thermal fuse and replaced it. I threw a towel in and it heated up great, but then I put a small load in and turned bk on and doing same thing, no heat. I use the Auto Dry usually and just not heating and the timer isn't working to shut off. Not sure what parts to further invest in. Thank you

Stephanie for Model Number SGDX600JQ2

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Three of the four heating elements seem to operate on high. So either nothing or high. Is this the elements or is their some controller that may be causing this? Thanks in advance.

Andy for Model Number FEF366DSB

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Dryer won't shut off when on timed drying cycle. Can you advise what may be needed. Thanks

Andy for Model Number RED4640YQ0

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