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    • Part Number: AP3132867
    • MFG Part Number: 3392519
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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Dryer will not start. Push initial button and it lights up. After seeing, push start button and does not start. Timers runs, but nothing else.

Gary for Model Number Whirpool Duet Sport Dryer

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I have a problem with a Whirlpool refrigerator, model # ED5GVEXVD02. The left half is the freezer, and the right half is the fresh food side. Opening the fresh food side, there is a vent inside on the upper left side. This vent does not dispute cold air, and the fresh food side does not cool like it's supposed to. The only way the vent works is if I leave the fresh food door open and open the freezer door as well. What can I do to make the vent work and properly cool my refrigerator side once more?

J.g. for Model Number ED5GVEXVD02

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My Maytag dryer will not cut off but gets hot and dries the clothes. Any suggestion of what the problem may be?

Sherrie for Model Number MED5770TQ0

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I bought a heat element from you guys for my Roper Electric Dryer because my dryer wasnt drying my clothes. Well that fixed the problem but now, im back here again. My dryer is not drying my clothes. So whats now? I also took off the thermal fuse, maybe this could be the problem.

Nelly for Model Number REX5634RQO

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My dryer has error code that says control locked what could be the problem is it a fuse

Carolyn for Model Number GEW9200LW0

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Dryer panel is on, time shows but when trying to start only get a click, is this fuse?

Sarah for Model Number WED8300SW0

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My dryer takes 3 to 5 cycles to dry one load of clothes. I removed the element and ohms read 9.8. Should I replace the heating element or better yet how do I know it's good or bad?

Andre for Model Number wed5100vq0

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My dryer won't start anymore. Think it could be thermal fuse, is that a safe guess?

Chris for Model Number whirlpool lgr4634jq3

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I have a Whirlpool Electric Dryer that overheats. It seems like the Heating Element continues to heat after the dryer tub stop spinning. Clothes at the top of the tub close to the heating input gets scorched. What can be the cause of this problem?

Richard for Model Number GEQ881LL0

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My dryer isn't getting hot. I replaced the heating element but it still isn't getting hot what else could it be?

Keshiane for Model Number CEDX463RQ1

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