24/7 Customer Support

CHECKOUT
Items in Cart:
Total
$0.00

Customer Questions and Answers for Dryer Thermister by Whirlpool

  1. Our Price $19.42
    Compare At $32.12
    You Save $12.70
     Watch Video
    • Part Number: AP3919451
    • MFG Part Number: 8577274
    • Made by: Whirlpool
    Add to Cart

Questions & Answers

For Whirlpool Dryer Thermister (Part Number: AP3919451)

Ask a Question

Most Interesting  |  Latest Questions

Were is the Thermistor Located and is there a way to trouble shoot it to see if it is bad? Thank You

Kathy

Answer

3 people found this answer helpful.

Was this helpful?

1 Answer

Should the thermistor show continuity? I have tested other electrical components in the dryer and they all have continuity. My thermistor does not show any continuity. I ordered two new different Thermistors off of Amazon (ERP and Whirlpool) and none of them continuity and show 0 OHMs of resistance. I read some reviews where people received bad thermistors. Can anyone confirm if I should be showing some type of resistance? My symptons: My dryer is no longer heating at all and I keep getting Check Lint light before I start a load. It stopped heating all of a sudden. One day it was heating the next day it wasn't.

Brent for Model Number Kenmore HE3t Dryer

Answer

Was this helpful?

1 Answer

Maytag Bravos Dryer MEDB800VQ0: Would not heat. Bad high limit thermostat. Question: While replacing the thermostat, should the thermal fuse be replaced even if it checks good? Dryer is six years old.

Dennis S.

Answer

Was this helpful?

1 Answer

Dryer does not do anything,light comes on inside drum no functions no control panel..I tested the thermal fuse for continuity and it seams OK..

David for Model Number MEDE 500VW1

Answer

Was this helpful?

1 Answer

The dryer seems to be running at high heat no matter what heat level is entered. There is no problem with the venting or blower. It appears to be a thermostat mal-function. Would replacing the thermister resolve this issue? Thanks

Tom H. for Model Number WED6200SW1

Answer

Was this helpful?

1 Answer

The dryer runs and heats fine for 5 or 10 minutes, shuts off, and gives a E1 code. Is it the thermistor?

Al for Model Number ggw9868kqo

Answer

Was this helpful?

1 Answer

Control panel lights up and allows me to select cycles and load size, etc. but when I push start it does not run and F01 flashes.

Asmir for Model Number HE2850T981

Answer

Was this helpful?

1 Answer

How will I know if my drum is "binging up?" Per your answer to my first previously asked question. If it is the motor, is it worth replacing or better to buy a new dryer?

Irma for Model Number GGW9868KQ1

Answer

Was this helpful?

1 Answer

I've replaced the thermal fuse which fixed my first problem of my dryer not turning on but now my dryer will start then the timing of the drum spinning slows down and then shuts off. Or sometimes the drum makes a clicking noise and then turns off. It is heating. Once it went through all of the above but then everything normalized and it kept spinning and drying!

Irma for Model Number ggw9868kkq1

Answer

Was this helpful?

1 Answer

I have replaced the thermal fuse 3 times now in my dryer and every time it keeps tripping. The first two within a month and the third one after two months. We started running it on low heat the third time around. On normal heat the clothes would get pretty hot so I'm trying to determine what might be the issue. Thermostat, control board, etc.? Any guidance would be appreciated!

Nick for Model Number WED8300SW1

Answer

Was this helpful?

1 Answer

 

 
 
We are Safe, Secure, Dependable and Trusted
  • BizRate.com Customer Certified Site - Click to Verify