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    • Part Number: AP3131939
    • MFG Part Number: 3387134
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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Dryer drum stops turning when it get to cool down cycle on all setting.

James C. for Model Number wed5200vq1

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My dryer takes at least 3 cycles to dry my clothes. They are hot when they are done so there's heat. But it doesn't matter the size of my loads, unless 10 small items, it takes forever to dry which is costing $$$$. It looks like troubleshooting thru the internet, I might need a thermostat cylinder. Do I need new heating element too? Or am I wrong in my solution?

Austin for Model Number LER6638DZ0

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Dryer shuts off on automatic Dry high heat Energy Preferred cycle, but works fine on the timed dry cycle.

Ron for Model Number NED5100TQ1

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My dryer would stop in the middle of the cycle and won't continue. It gives me an error in the LCD "E1". I do get heat, The Blower is blowing. It just stops in the middle of the cycle. It only works for 2 to 3 minutes and cuts of and where the numbers go it states "E1".

Fidel for Model Number GGW9200LW1

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Dryer will only heat on timed dry setting, and only stays hot for a few minutes then goes on and off. Tested with multimeter and cycling thermostat seems to be the culprit...it has continuity between two of the terminals, but does not between the two others. I just want to make sure before I order. Thanks!

Kyle for Model Number EED4400WQ0

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Dryer will run but not heat. Did this about 2 years ago, I replaced the Igniter and worked fine until about a month ago. I replaced the igniter again. This time the dryer heated on the auto more heat setting but never shut off, and stop heating after some time. Then it would only heat on timed dry, but this lasted about 4 loads then no heat at all. I replaced the igniter again thinking maybe I touched the igniter or bumped it when installing. When installing the third igniter, I made sure to only touch the plastic part but the same thing happened as before. It heated at first the auto more heat setting never shut off (after about 45 min the clothes were cold and damp) Timed dry heats at first then no heat at all after about 4 cycles. Could it be the cycling thermostat or something else?

Melissa for Model Number EGD4300TQ0

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Dryer does not start cycle. Panel shows sensing but no start of cycle.

VINCE1949 for Model Number GEW9868KLO

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My dryer will not heat on the high heat setting but will heat on low dry or timed dry. What part would I need to possibly fix this issue?

Valerie

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Dryer on low or high heat will run only for 10-15 minutes, then turns off. On fluff cycle (no heat) it runs fine. What could be causing this?

Tommy for Model Number LER4634EQ2

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Dryer turns on spins but drys sometimes. Initially I changed the thermal fuse (that was bad) and gas coils (changed anyway cause I bought them). Now my dryer only drys sometimes, I have to look in the fire box hole in the bottom front of unit to see if it lights up. What is weird is I have to play around with the timer knob and try different spots before it lights up. I can do a load at one spot and when its done put in new clothes and it doesn't work on that setting anymore I go nuts playing with the control knob trying different spots. Dryer is 2 years old and in good shape. What can it be? Also, it may sound funny, but unit only lights up when I cover the firebox hole in the front.

John for Model Number WGD5200VQ

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