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    • Part Number: AP3133489
    • MFG Part Number: 3390719
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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Changed igniter (broken) still no heat could thermal fuse be problem? Checked all others on burner, seems ok

Bill for Model Number GGQ8811LL0 whirl. gas dryer

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The burner was short cycling and determined the belt was off blower. The burner now burning 6 to 18 seconds, but still not drying clothes completly. What temperature should the exhaust be?

Barry for Model Number wgd7300xwo

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1. the light is off. 2.On opening the draw of the dryer during the drying cycle the unit does not turn off temporarily as it did previously. But it will turn off automatically at the end of the drying cycle. Please advise

James Ling for Model Number 11062382101

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My dryer suddenly stopped working. When I set the timer and push the button, all I get is a single click sound and then nothing. Where do I start?

David for Model Number 110.60882990

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I have determined that the heating element is damaged on my Maytag Bravos electric dryer and I would like to know if i should replace the thermal fuse too. The heating element has a broken ceramic holder and the wire is also broke. The dryer was blowing air and tumbling just no heat. Is there anything else I should look at replacing before reassembling? Thanks

Penny for Model Number Maytag Bravos MEDB400VQ0

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Dryer not heating.

Leo for Model Number ted x640 jqo

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The timer on my electric dryer starts and seems to function normally. However, the motor will not start. I replaced the "push-to-start" switch (which I purchased from you) and the motor still will not start. The door switch appears to be working properly. The blower fan is intact and seems to rotate normally (turned by hand). The thermal fuse is checked "open", indicating failure. The exhaust duct is clear to the outside of the house. Do you think that replacing the fuse alone will solve the problem? Or, is there something else for me to check? What else would cause the thermal fuse to blow? The dryer was running normally, the last time we used it, before it failed to start. P.S. the dryer is about 30 yrs. old!

Kevin for Model Number Kenmore Model # 110 76960130

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Your suggestion for a "no display" on the front panel is a possible bad Thermal Fuse. (i will check it), However, i have light inside the tub and based on the schematic diagram, isn't it thermal fuse is to protect for overheat condition ? Feel free to correct me. Here's the deal....Machine control electronic board and Control electronic housing board are rediculously expensive. Dont want to buy the wrong part. Is there a way to test these circuit board ? Thanks

Troy for Model Number 110-92822100

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Does the dryer have a swtch on tensioner pulley? When belt is broken dryer doesn't works.

Mike for Model Number cem2750kq1

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The dryer runs but the heat doesn't come on.

Isai for Model Number 11070992990

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