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    • Part Number: AP3131939
    • MFG Part Number: 3387134
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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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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I have an Admiral electric heater. I turn it to the preferred setting and hit the start switch, nothing happens. But if i hold the switch down and rotate the timer counter clockwise i can get the dryer to come on. But it has no heat. I've tested the thermal fuse and cut off and they seem fine. I'm not really sure of the right way to test the cycling therm and the hi limit.

Chad for Model Number AED4475TQ1

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Maytag dryer wont heat up.

Clare for Model Number mdg7600aww

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I have a roper dryer, it wasnt heating up and it kept running, the timer wasnt rotating automatically so I opened up the back and found the exhaust vent tube was clogged, I cleaned out and put back together and now it heats up but the set knob doesnt turn the dryer off it stays running so I have to open the door or turn the knob to off.

Danny F for Model Number RGX5634KQ2

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I have a ROPER that wasn't heating up enough so I cleaned out the vent and put it back together now it heats up but doesnt stop running. I have to open the door or shut it off before it burns the cloths.

Danny for Model Number RGX5634KQ2

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I ordered parts from you - the Gas Valve Kit and the thermal fuse AND I also replaced the thermostat. My dryer worked well for about 3 days, and now it cycles on - but the flame dies out after about a minute. Dryer still runs, and tumbles, but no heat. Could the new gas valves be bad already? I see the ignitor lit and I see the flame catch but then it clicks and goes out. I just replaced these parts less than 3 weeks ago. Help:)

Annie for Model Number TGDS740JQI

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I have a whirlpool dryer, model ler4634jq1, and it will not heat. I have replaced the top thermostat on the heating element as well as the heating element. I check the fuses of the other thermostat, the thermal fuse and also the cycle thermostat and they were fine. Not sure why it isn't heating. Any help please?

Treetop for Model Number ler4634jq1

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My dryer stopped blowing hot air. There is plenty of airflow, just not being heated up. I have replaced the Thermal Fuse, Hi temp thermostat and the heating element. I still have no heat. What should my next fix be?

Bart B for Model Number LER5620KQ1

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Dryer does turn but on certain dyer times thing it heat up but not on other.

Lisa for Model Number AED4475TQ1

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