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    • Part Number: AP3132867
    • MFG Part Number: 3392519
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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Why my dryer doesn't blow any heat?

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Got an error code 'PF' on display and after that no heat

Steve for Model Number Kenmore dryer HE2 110.96562500

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Dryer drum does do turn. I have changed the start switch. Is there a way to check the motor? Is there any other thing I should check before checking the motor? The dryer door switch works. The dryer was running fine i opened the door to check the load and the dryer would not come back on.

Frank B for Model Number LEQ9858LWO

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Flame won't stay on, replaced flame sensor, hi limit thermostat, and gas valve coils. No clogs in vents can it be the igniter ?

Joe for Model Number MDG5500AWW

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As of today, my dryer is running fine but there is no heat. Is the thermal fuse a good place to start with troubleshooting? Thanks, Tom

Tom K for Model Number 11070842990

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Dryer does not heat.

Steve for Model Number ler7646ano

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I have a whirlpool duet sport dryers, the dryers will spin but its not drying the clothes. Any suggestions please. Thanks

Gelena

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my dryer spins and blows air out the vent, but will not get hot. How do I know if it is the heater element or the fuse?

Thomas for Model Number 11096281800

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I replaced the heating element in my kenmore dryer.One of the coils was broke in the old element. When I started it up the new coil seemed very hot and smelled. It lasted about 3 loads and is no longer heating again. Your suggestions please. Thank you

Richard for Model Number 11066742500

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HI, My dryer stopped blowing Hot Air, I replaced My Element about 4-5 years ago. I was told they last around 7-10 years. I also checked the thermostats that are connected to the Element base and they both are good. I was told to check my House breaker and checked out OK. My next bet is that either The Thermal Fuse or Thermistor? How do I go about and check these? I just Hope it is not the Electric Board.. Please Help b4 I kick this dryer to the curb. Joe

Joe for Model Number GEW9200LW1

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