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    • Part Number: AP3131939
    • MFG Part Number: 3387134
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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My dryer heater will not heat up. I have checked the heating element, fuse and cleaned the vent. How do you check the thermostat to see if that is the problem?

Phyl

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My dryer heat does not warm up enough on the high setting, the medium setting seems to work just fine, but takes longer to dry a load. There is no blockage and I was looking for a thermistor part but do not see one on the parts list your site has. Should we try to replace the thermostat? What other issues would cause the high setting only to no longer work?

Therese for Model Number LER8620PWO

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Dryer's Auto Moisture Sensor feature not working.(new sensor P/N: AP3094143 needed?) Also, clothes are getting too hot during Timed Dry settings- even on the Delicate/Low setting. Along with that, the heater element cycles on and off without the drum turning on the Timed Dry setting. All vents are clean, air flows strong. Any help as to what parts to check and/or replace would be greatly appreciated!

B.d for Model Number 110.66842500

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My whirlpool gas dryer ignites but will not heat. I believe the model number is LCI5001WO, or LC15001WO. Is problem a thermostat?

Dee Dee

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Should I have an open circuit on the thermostat ohms reading or is that the problem ?

Guest

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My Kenmore Dryer 110.76662501 isn't heating up correctly. Sometimes it heats up and sometimes it doesn't. Timed Dry takes many cycles to dry anything. I've been using permanent press - more dry- and leave it on for a couple hours. it seams to dry ok. I tested the thermal fuse and the thermal cut-off thermostat pair and they have continuity. When I test this L155 cycling thermostat, I get continuity across the two big end terminals and no reading between the two inner small terminals. Is this my problem?

JMAN74

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My older model Whirlpool dryer gets too hot and keeps blowing fuses. The vent is clear. I replaced the cycling thermostat recently and the high-limit thermostat months ago. What could be the problem now?

Lee for Model Number LER4634EQ2

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1. Dryer takes very long to dry clothes...an extra 20 minutes or so; has some heat but less than it originally did. What part do I need? 2. Timer continues to run if shut off in mid cycle; timer does not work on left side settings. What part do I need?

Jim for Model Number LET7646AQ0

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The dryer seems to have heat every other time we start it. I can see the thermo coupler glow and the flames ignite, then I stop the dryer and restart it and it won't glow or ignite. If we leave it running with the heat on, it won't keep the heat on through the whole cycle. Would this most likely be a thermostat issue?

Jeremy for Model Number Kenmore Dryer 11074622300

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Dryer runs but has no heat.

Ron for Model Number wed5200vq1

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