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    • Part Number: AP3919451
    • MFG Part Number: 8577274
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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Were is the Thermistor Located and is there a way to trouble shoot it to see if it is bad? Thank You

Kathy

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Whirlpool Duet Steam Dryer will not heat. Blows cold and all vents and lines are clear. We have changed the heating element, the high-limit thermostat and the Thermal Cutoff. The thermal fuse has tested good. What needs to be tested or changed next?

Rebecca for Model Number WED9750WL0

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I have a gew9878pw0. I am replacing the thermistor, and have the two wires to hook up. One is red, and one is red and white. Which wire goes on the left and which on the right?

Bryan for Model Number GEW9878PW0

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My whirlpool dryer continues to overheat, I have checked the lint screen cleaned out the duct to the blower wheel, the wheel and up to the vent. I have replaced the heating element the hi cut off fuse, thermostat. And run a continuity test on the thermistor which continues to rise could that be the problem? If not where do I go from here?

John for Model Number WED6200SW1

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Dryer does not start. all lights come on,shows sensing but does not start. Have replaced control board, the heater connection had burnt. Not sure this is the original problem or a result of something else going bad???

Ramona for Model Number whirlpool duet dryer

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Hello, I have a Kenmore he3 electric dryer that runs for 1 minute and then displays f22. What does that code mean please? I have replaced the thermal fuse and thermistor and the dryer runs on air only, timed. When I put the dryer back together after replacing the rollers both front and back, I ended up with two red wires that I do not know where to connect it back to.

Michael for Model Number 11087872603

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In the thermistor video, it says to put the red wire on the left and the black on the right. Why does this matter? Also, can a bad thermistor cause the thermal cutoff to fail? Thanks

Chris for Model Number Kenmore Serties 90

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I have replaced the thermal fuse and the gas coils so far. However, when i try to run a load...the ignitor lights the gas...and within a minute or so the flame goes out. I get no reading of continuity on the Inernal Bias Thermister.....could that alone cause the burner to go out if everything else is ok? Or, maybe you could provide another clue to me where to look?

Chuck for Model Number GGW9250PW0

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The whirlpool dryer works but does not dry the clothes? It first gave an error message of PF and I disconnected and started working but it does not dry?

Jose P for Model Number Whirpool Duet Dryer

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The metal plate in the back of the dryer drum is getting very hot (190-210F). It also has a funny smell. I've disconnected the vent hose and airflow seems to be good. I've tested the themister and it has a resistance of 13.6k ohms at room temp and it varies down as it gets hotter. I've also verified the thermostat has 0 resistance when it's at room temp and the coils cycle on and off as it's running. Any idea what the trouble could be?

Fred for Model Number wed9270xw1

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