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    • Part Number: AP2973862
    • MFG Part Number: 3390291
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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Is the thermal fuse at the top of the heat duct above the heater near the outlet to the dryer? the bottom one is the heator limit switch correct.

Mike

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Dryer blows, but wont heat?

Jeff for Model Number keye677bwh2

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Dryer ran perfect yesterday, will not turn on today. What should I check first or replace.

Gerald for Model Number WHIRLPOOL LER7646EQO

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My dryer is running but no heat coming out. What do part do I need to replace?

Tomas O. for Model Number Kenmore series 70

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Dryer will blow hot air only for a short time, then blows cold air. Replaced the timer, however was sent a bad timer from manufacturer,(would not count off time correctly), but still did the same thing when installed. Put old timer back on, do I need thermister, or high limit thermostat or both?

Greg for Model Number Kenmore #60942

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which switch is the correct one. thermal cut off kit #279816 and high limit thermostat #3390291. I need the thermal cut off switch for whirpool dryer next to the top of the heating element cover.

J. M for Model Number ler8857ezo

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Dyer runs but blows cold air. I just replaced the Heating Element (279838) and Hi Limit Thermostat (3390291). I'm sure I need fuses as the Heat Element was bad. What are all of the fuses do I need to replace and do I need to repalce the Thermo Cut Off as well? I'll need the part numbers for the fuses to replace.

Rich for Model Number Kenmore Model 66812690

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We believe our heating element went out...how do we know for sure?

Jen for Model Number 66101690

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I replaced my old thermostat part #3399693 with a new part #3390291 per advise of the saleman where I purchased it. The new part came with a harness wire to attached to the heating element which left an orange wire with no place to connect it. What can I do with that loose wire or should I put my old thermostat back on?

Walter for Model Number LER4634EQ1 (Whirlpool)

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Is the hi limit thermastat located next to heating element?

Robert V. for Model Number 11096593230

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