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    • Part Number: AP3131941
    • MFG Part Number: 3977767
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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I am having trouble installing part # AP3131941 can you help?

Joe B. for Model Number LEQ9508pw1

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Hello, In one of your responses, it states this hi-limit thermostat should be closed for continuity, but the forum says there should be continuity. I am confused. When I check it with a multimeter per the instructions, I get a reading 1.7. That means there is continuity, right? Is that bad. I also check the element and it gets a reading of 11.1. I am assuming that's good. (Set to 200 in the ohms section) Please help

Daniel for Model Number admiral - part #Part Number 3977767 (AP3131941)

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My dryer has been taking too long to dry. I took the back off and watched the heating element come on, it's a bright, even, good heat, it's on for 20 seconds, goes off for 2min then back on for 20 seconds. I timed it with a stopwatch, it could do this all day long. and this is all it will do. This dryer is just 2 years old. The vent and hose are new, I took the back off everything is clean, it still looks new. So is this normal for the element to go off and on like this?

John for Model Number LEN2000JQ1

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The dryer starts and runs for awhile, then it goes off, when opening the door it is very hot and you can see the heating element and it is red hot, what is the possible problem?

Sam for Model Number WED 5300 SQO

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The thermal cut-off for my dryer is not available by itself. It comes with a new high limit thermostat. My high limit thermostat tests out fine. Should I still change it, or just hang on to it until the old one goes bad?

Jeff F for Model Number KEYS677EQ2

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My whirlpool dry does not dry and the heating element does not heat up.

Jeff for Model Number wed5840swo

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Dryer is set on low heat and the dryer still get real hot.

Kuch for Model Number Whirlpool WED5100VQO

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My Dryer does not dry but before I replace something I wanted to ensure I have the right part(s). Dryer will start and the element heats up but after 30ish seconds the element cools off and does not come back on. What do I need to replace?

Michael T for Model Number rex 4635 ewo

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My dryer was not igniting so I replaced the igniter, gas coils and flame sensor. Still not igniting. Any other ideas?

Cedric C.

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I have an Admiral clothes dryer, model# AED4475TQ1. Lately when using Auto Sense Dry, clothes are still damp when dryer stops. What could be the cause? There is heat because when I use Timed Dry there is good heat. Thank you.

Bill for Model Number bdidsbury@live.com

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