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    • Part Number: AP3083180
    • MFG Part Number: 3391914
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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Duet dryer won't heat. Vent clear, air blows full force, no error codes, reset breakers already.

Mm for Model Number GEW9250PW0

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Recently replace the High limit thermostat, and thermistor due to repeat issues with them failing, about once a year. Its working now however, after the drying cycle the clothes are very hot to the touch. Is there a different thermostat that might be acting up?

Brent for Model Number Whirlpool 3391914

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How many ohms go through the high-limit thermostat?

Jeff

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Lost heat in dryer for the second time in 2 years, first time I replaced the heating element with no problems. This time I noticed the wire that goes from the top element plug to the Hi-Limit Thermostat looked melted.Is this a sign the Hi-Limit Thermostat is junk?? Thanks..Tom

Tom for Model Number gew9200lwo

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My dryer stoppped heating evrything else seems to wrok but no heat. I removed the heating element and then thought it could be something more simple as I cannot find a break in the heating eliment. My questin is will the heating eliment burn out and you cannot see the eliment broken?

Larry for Model Number Maytag2000

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I ordered a new heating element from your company. It will arrive today or tomorrow but in the meantime, I have already removed the old one. Here is my question since I foolishly forgot to mark the wires for re-installment. The short black wire (about 5 inches) goes between the thermal cut off and the hi-limit thermostat. They should be both at the bottom connections for each....correct? The red wire at the top of the thermostat (still attached) should go to the upper most connection on the heating element...correct?

Robert E for Model Number GEW9250PW1

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Can you let me know which thermostat needs replacement? The blower works but only cool air is coming out, (no heat).

Leo for Model Number GLET1031FSO Frigidaiire Stackable w/D

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We have a duet electric dryer. Our heating elements last only about 1.5 years. The venting seems to be clear. I wonder if one of the sensors is not working properly and letting the heating element get too hot. I don't know if it would be the Hi limit Thermostat or the Thermal cutoff. Is there any way I can check these 2 sensors? Thanks, Gary

Gary for Model Number GEW 9200LW1

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Dryer overheating. Blew thermal fuse. Replaced it and heater coil stays on full time. Cleaned dryer and short run vent, spotless. Changed thermistor. And now the heating element that was old and I figured could be shorting somewhere possibly when heating. Checked ohms of resistance on control board at the p25 and p26 wires getting 10.56 ohms. Checked thermostat on heating element housing on stove and it shut off at around 155. please help.

Chris for Model Number gew9205pl1

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Hi my dryer gets hot but won't dry clothes. After an hour they are still wet. I also am gettin a slight burnt smell. How do I know if it is my element or thermostat or etc.

Misty for Model Number GEW925oPL1

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