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    • Part Number: AP3133037
    • MFG Part Number: 3399640
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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I have a Kenmore electric dryer that is about 12 yrs old or so and all the heat settings don't work, it worked on one load and on the next load nothing but cold on all the heat settings, could it be just the temp dryer switch?

Patrick for Model Number 67832794

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Dryer timer quit working on most used setting. I had to open door to turn off. (4 setting timer, 2 hot) so I began using the other hot setting. It worked briefly, but now the ignitor lights and stays on for about 20 seconds then shuts off. I have gas and I have cleaned the machine thoroughly for lint. Still doesn't work. I'm leaning toward the timer since that is where the issue began. I'm thinking the appliance doesn't know if it is on or off so its cuts the gas off.

Nancy for Model Number whirlpool thin twin washer dryer combo

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When first starting the dryer I get a flame,Then after about 2 minutes the flame goes out. Then the ignitor glows but no flame. I have checked the High limits etc. They all check out fine for continuity.

Jim for Model Number LGQ9030PQ0

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SUBJECT: No heat, but all else works fine. I have purchased and installed replacement High Limit T-stat, Cycling T-stat, and Thermal Fuse (all from appliancepartspros.com). I have checked 220 outlet, 220 fuse bank, cord attachment, all hot with no apparent signs of damage. Timer seemingly has good contacts and function. Heating Element was removed and cleaned and inspected and does not appear broken or grounded. Heating Element seems to be getting power as do the violet leads on the cycling T-stat when using a simple VAC voltage tester. No power seems to be reaching the thermal fuse, but I am not sure what is normal. It also seems no measurable voltage is passing through the temperature control switch. What should my next step be?

Brandon for Model Number Kenmore 90 Series Dryer (electric)

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The dryer is about 8 years old. Dryer electrically works. You can set the timer and dry cloths with cold air. That is the problem no heat. There was no lent build up. I suspect: Cycling thermostat and temperature control failure. Is that a good guess based on age of appliance? If you concur have other thoughts?

Mason C for Model Number sgds800hq0

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Have changed all thermostats, thermal fuse, moisture sensor, and heating element. Dryer still will not heat, any suggestions?

Cristy for Model Number 110.66812694

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Will not dry on regular timed dry setting,only on on automatic dry setting and that only works half the time,but clothes get dry,sometimes will have to start it over and over in this setting to dry

Joe for Model Number WED5200QV1

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dryer heat setting no longer works on High heat blows like warm heat not hot but all other heat settings seam to work. i'm thinking it the heat switch? also we had a major power outage due to a storm most of the town was out, dryer WAS running when power went out... also could tell me how old this dryer might be????

Robert for Model Number 110.64962300

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Hi, We have an electric Whirlpool dryer. It has stopped blowing warm/hot air now. Any suggestions? I was thinking a temperature switch? Thanks.

Craig for Model Number LGR8858EQ0

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Dryer runs and timer runs but does not shut-off @ end of cycle by time or temp.

Randy for Model Number LEQ9030PQ1

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