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    • Part Number: AP2976041
    • MFG Part Number: 3406105
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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I have a whirlpool 120 volt compact dryer. Have checked all the parts I could, everything seems ok. I can run the dryer with the door switch held closed, it works fine. If I close the door, the heating element quits working, but everything else is ok. any ideas of what to look for? The door sw is good. Could the door be shorting something out, don't know how, but element quits heating. any help would be great. Don't know what part to order if I can't find any that are bad. Thank you

Bill for Model Number LDR3822PQ1

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Please advise of how to disconnect the male and female parts.

Celine D. for Model Number REX5364KQ0

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My dryer seems to be running and drying ok. But the drum will still run when I open the door. I see in one of the other questions you said it would not run it the door switch was bad. Will it it run but drum not stop it the door switch is bad. The lever just flops around and does not have any tension on it. Thank you

Rick

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I have a dryer door switch assembly that has gone bad. Part # is 3406104. That part has been replaced by Part # 3406105. Looking at the new part online the new part has only one connector pin in the middle whereas the old part had 2 pin one on each side with nothing in the middle. Would the new part work or do I need some kind of connector?

Dan for Model Number red4340sq1

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Heating element gets hot when timer is set but dryer will not run

Mike for Model Number LER4634JP1

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My laundry is coming out of the washer with oil spots. What could be problem? Thank you

Robert L. for Model Number 7mlxr6133

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How do I test the door switch with a multi-meter and what should it read? Thank you

Robert L. for Model Number 7MLGR4634PTO

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On the door switch, it got pulled apart. I can see the inside of the door switch, and the spring inside came out. Can I get something to put in there or do I need to get a replacement part? The dryer will not start without it. Is there foil or copper I could put in there to get a connection? thanks Steve

Steve for Model Number 3406104

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The dryer runs but is not heating. I've checked element and it shows 10 ohms resistance and all thermal switches and they all show closed and thermal fuse shows continuity. My question is there any part that the door switch could play in this problem, and what else could be the problem. Please help! Thanks!

William for Model Number REX5634KQ1

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How do I get to the door switch to replace it?

Pj for Model Number MRGX5634KQ1

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