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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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My dryer would only start if held the button for a long period of time an sometimes would not start at all. Then it would start on it own not sure if this would be starter switch or timer. It is kind of bothersome not knowing if the dryer would start when I was not home.

Eric for Model Number GEW9878PW0

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My dryer recently stopped heating, although the drum still worked. After reading your posts I purchased a Thermistor from you guys (fast shipping) and just installed it per your video (great tutorial). After 1 minute of running, the E2 Error code appears. Everything I read states that code means you need a new Thermistor? I have checked the connections a number of times on the newly installed part and everything looks great. Any thoughts??

Lori for Model Number GEW9250PW1

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I tested the old thermistor and it showed infinity on the resistance. I purchased a replacement thermistor WPL 8577274. The new thermistor also shows infinity. I heated it with a hair dryer to see if the resistance lowered, but it doesn't. It appears that the new thermistor is bad too? This is for a Kenmore Model 11060932990.

Nancy for Model Number 11060932990

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I have replaced the thermal fuse on the dryer 3 times and it works about a month then blows again. I have cleaned all the vent system and it still blow the thermal fuse.

Ray for Model Number wed8300sw1

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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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Kitchen aid Gas Dryer Model kghs02rwh0. Just installed a used Dryer, prior to thou I did install Conversion Kit to run with Propane not NG. Turned on, OK, Ignited OK, ran for about a minute (sensing) then shut off, E1 Code displayed. No wet clothes maybe, threw in few damp towels, same thing. Went from auto to manual same thing, Help

Tom G for Model Number Gas Dryer KGHS02RWH0

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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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