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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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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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WHAT DOES IT MEAN WHEN E1 AND F1 CODES ARE FLASHING AND DRYER WON'T RUN.

Laurie for Model Number WED9720XW1

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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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