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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 dryer seems to be running too hot and cooking the clothes.

Edmond S. for Model Number GEQ9800PW1

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My dryer is heating but is not completely getting the clothes dry. I cleaned out the unit completely and it still isn't like it used to be. I did check the voltage and i am getting a full 240. Would a heating element go out slowly or is it something else? Thanks, Neil

Neil B for Model Number 110.66962500

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My electric dryer recently started running but had no heat. So I ordered replacement parts #439180 (heating element) part #3392519 (thermal fuse) & part # 3387134 ( cycling thermostat) . After installing each of these parts the dryer is still not producing any heat what else could be wrong?

Curtis for Model Number LEC6848AN1

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My Whirlpool dryer wasn't working so I went on the internet to find out what was wrong. I checked and cleaned the vent and then the checked all the sensors. I found out that the thermal cut-off was no good using a multi-meter. I ordered the replacement kit for my dryer and replaced both thermal and hi-limit sensors and the dryer worked fine for about 3 loads of laundry. I checked the sensors and the new thermal cut-off tripped again? Could it be a bad thermal cut-off?

Andrew for Model Number LE7680XSW1

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Dryer run's but no heat. Checked thermal fuse and heating element, both ok. What else should I check?

Joseph for Model Number LE6810XSW0

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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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