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    • Part Number: AP3094224
    • MFG Part Number: 279769
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I am still blowing the same thermal temp sensor on the dryer heating element housing after using thermal kit #AP39094224 and cycle stat #AP3131939. What else could it be? Thanks David

David for Model Number 110.63012101

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My electric dryer heating element stopped working.I found a bad thermal switch attached to the heating element housing, I replaced both thermal units using Thermal kit part number #AP39094224. The dryer ran fine for 10 minutes and the the same limit switch opened again, interuting the heating curcuit.The vent is clean with great air flow.I need your help. Thanks

David for Model Number 110.63012101

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My wire leads to the heating element are completely burned off what would be the problem?

Arnie

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Dryer will not start. Washer runs OK. Don't see thermo fuse listed for this model?

Mike for Model Number LT7000XTNO ThinTwin

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The timer on my dryer is bad, and the dryer does not shut off automatically. What part number do I need?

Mreeves for Model Number 96272100

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Hi. The heating element quit working on this unit. A local appliance man sold me new thermal cutoff kit for 279816. It worked a few weeks and went bad again! I typed in my model number and it said this part is not compatible. Could this be the reason for early failure? Vent is clean and free flowing! Thanks Art.

Art B for Model Number 110 62084100

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Thank you for your previous answer to my question"The thermal cutoff thermostat keeps blowing (the rear one of the two). On replacing the heat comes on for a few minutes and the thermostat goes again. I have even taken of the vent hose so there are nothing stopping the air flow. There is no fluff in the machine, what is causing this to happen." I have changed the cycling thermostat but the same happens, but takes a bit longer. I have done a continuity test across the heater and it seams not to be grounded and visual inspection of the coils shows that none are touching. What else can it be?

Stephen for Model Number 3rleq8003sw0

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My dryer has low, medium and high heat settings but the temperature is the same on all 3 settings now, high. What part would have to fail to cause this. I have previously replaced the thermal cutoff kit on the heat box and the heating element. Thanks, Dennis Becker

Dennis B for Model Number Kenmore 110.86873800 (68738)

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Does the Thermal Cut-Off KitOEM include the thermostat and the thermal fuse ?

Rob for Model Number Kenmore Elite model # 110.60982990

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Recently I have replaced thermal cutoff twice. I have checked vent, heater every thing tests good. Why the thermal cut off is failing repeatedly? I read from question answers to check cycling switch, where it located and how do I test it?

Pyara for Model Number 11067902791

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