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    • Part Number: AP4070513
    • MFG Part Number: 61623
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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My dryer works fine on medium and high heat settings but on low or delicate settings the clothes come out damp or not dry at all. All venting is clear. Any suggestions where to look next?

Dan for Model Number ALG443RAC

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Blowing thermal fuse at heating element. Both limit and cycle thermostats check ok. Vent clean, heating element good. Found booster heater at cycling thermostat open. Would this cause the heating element to over heat. Thanks, Bruce

Bruce for Model Number SDE4000AYW

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How do I test part # 61623 for continuity with a multimeter? Also can the heater element itself be test to see if it works disconnected and completely removed from the dryer, if so how with a multimeter or with what?

Deb for Model Number AMANA ELECTRIC DRYER - MODEL# ALE331RAW

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My dryer has melted the Heater Thermostat. I am curious if this just happens or if something else caused this problem. I don't want to just put another one in and have it melt again without knowing. I have included below the part I am speaking about. Heater, Thermostat Part Number: AP4070513 MFG Part Number: 61623 Made by: Whirlpool Read more: http://www.appliancepartspros.com/whirlpool-heater-thermostat-61623-ap4070513.html#ixzz2vI1MuSsx http://www.appliancepartspros.com

Tom for Model Number maytag SDE2606AYW

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My dryer is running fine and its warm but not hot.I checked and cleaned all the vents and filter,which were clear but I cleaned them anyway.What would prevent it from getting up to full temperature? Thanks,Tom

Tom for Model Number ALG331RAW

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Heater Thermostat was getting really hot but the heater was not heating the dryer air. Is this a sign that the heater thermostat is bad?

Nathan for Model Number 61623

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Dryer will not heat, tumbles fine but no heat. All my themostats test good with a ohm meter so does the heater element. The only part that tests different, as in no movement on ohms meter. Is the heater thermostat part AP407513. Can this part be continuity tested and could it be the problem of no heat.

Henry for Model Number lea50aw

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My dryer was running. Suddenly the motor stopped. No power.

Carol for Model Number cde22b7v

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Dryer is making an intermittent vibrating sound coming from the blower housing. Very random, dryer is still drying normally.

Alex for Model Number Amana ALG331RAW

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My Amana dryer #ale643raw has quit heating. I previously had a clogged vent line that caused my fuse #40113801 to blow. I blew out the vent line and replaced the fuse After that the heat temp. seemed to be higher than before. All worked well for about two months, then no heat. I bypassed the fuse and the heating worked but only for a short period and the hi-limit thermostat turned off the heater. Some research has led me to another thermostat #503979, and a heating element #61623.My question is, could this thermostat and heating element cause the high heat cond. Thanks

Rodney for Model Number ale643raw

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