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    • Part Number: AP3094245
    • MFG Part Number: 279827
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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So to remove the blower fan from inside the dryer, I turn the fan counterclockwise?

Glenn for Model Number LGR5636EQ3

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I have replaced the two coils that fixed the dryer back in live for about 5 months. Now another problem is only the motor spinning. No heat, and the igniter doesn't glow at all. I'd checked that there is no 120V from the motor to the igniter. Is it the problem on the motor's starter this time. Thanks.

Vincent for Model Number Whirlpool wgd5900sw0

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Can the motor start relay and terminal block that bolts on the motor be purchased separately?

Nilo for Model Number GRD4440SQ0

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Hi, Can I just buy the belt pully at the end of the motor shaft?

Stan for Model Number MDG4000Aww

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Does the motor switch (item number 61 on parts list LE5700XMW1), part number AP2975202, come with motor part number AP3094245?

Curt

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DOES MODEL WGD5300SQ0 USE A CAPACITOR OR START WINDINGS

Guest

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Does this motor have a centrifugal switch that prevents the dryer coil from turning on when the motor is not running?

Terry M

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Hello, I recently replaced the 2 coils on the gas valve due to a buzzing noise they were making and not letting the flame come on. Now that I replaced the coils, the roper dryer is blowing the breaker when I turn the timer knob to hi heat or more dry. When I plug in the dryer the coils make a loud click, noise as if they come on and when I push the start button nothing happens and the flame comes on but the motor doesnt spin then the breaker trips. Is it a bad motor or is there a bad circuit with the timer knob.

Danny for Model Number RGX5634KQ2

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Pully was worn out . Still functioned under a light load of clothes. Changed pulley, belt, back rollers & front felt pads with the two other pieces that fit on top of pads . Also before I went back with the new parts cleaned area up real good. There was black funck around the motor & alignment belt pully on the motor? The dryer works great but smells like a smoker pit with strong wood chips !!! Thank you for your time, Doyle

Doyle for Model Number Maytag. Mdg3757

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Got a reading of 1.4 ohms resistance on terminal 4 and 5. This is well below the range. is not enough resistance indication that the motor is bad?

Mike

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