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    • Part Number: AP3094277
    • MFG Part Number: 279872
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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Could a bad resister cause the dryer element to not heat up at all?

Larry H. for Model Number rel3636awo

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Dryer runs and advances but does not stop at end of cycle. If the door is opened it stops and can be restarted with the start button.

Hilton for Model Number 110.96478100

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The timer does not advance and the heating element will not come on. The drum turns OK. All circuit breakers check OK. What parts do I possibly need to replace?

Henry for Model Number TEDL600wno

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Where is the power resistor located?

Jose for Model Number wet3300sq1

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The dryer just will not do anything. Just like it has no power. Switch? Bill

Bill R. for Model Number Let6634awo

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Timer not advansing! Replaced Motor, Timer, Heat Element and checked all of the fuses and all fuses good! What is those the resister do? Could've been the resister all this time? If so where is it excactly on this dryer?

Sal for Model Number LER4634EQ1

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My dryer has been taking longer to dryer clothes for last month or so. Now it isn't getting hot. Would that be the heating element or what. I don't have money for someone to check it out so have to do job myself. Thank you

Denise W. for Model Number tedx640pqo

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Does the resistor cancelled the Heat element to come on?

Macgyver for Model Number REL4632BQ2

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I have replaced the heating element, the thermal fuse, and the thermostat on my roper electric dryer. I have cleaned the lint and checked the breaker and outlet, they are good. Could it be the resistor? Or what else?

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