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    • Part Number: AP4047610
    • MFG Part Number: 37001136
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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My dryer tumbles and blows, but there is no heat. I replaced the high limit thermal fuse but did not solve the problem. Coils looked ok too. Can you tell me what might be the problem? And is there an order in which parts tend to fail? Thank you

Carol for Model Number MDE508DAYW

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My dryer runs for 5-7 seconds and stops runnning. I just replaced the heating element and the timer and it ran fine. Then after a few test runs it started the other issue. Can you please help with this. ?

Lisa for Model Number pdet910ayw

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having trouble getting it to heat. last week the dryer would not heat. i took it apart and cleaned out the vent it was clogged. it worked great after that for about a week or so, last night it stopped heating again. i took the fron off, making sure no obstruction in the vent. cleaned everything and now it lights the flame for about 25 to 30 seconds then goes out, then about a minute later will lite again for about 5 seconds then goes out. i have made sure there is nothing clogged, the motor is running fine, it just wont stay lit. any ideas?

Jeff for Model Number maytag model mdg3758aww gas dryer

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If you have a bad thermostat, will the dryer motor still run, but drum will not spin just like my problem right now?

Burt for Model Number maytag gas dryer model no.SDG305DAWW

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I've recently replaced the thermal fuse and hi-limit thermostat. I've checked the heating element for continuity and it seems to be ok. Reads 10. The dryer still will not heat up. It works fine otherwise but simply will not get hot. I've also cleaned out and debris so not sure what to do next. Thanks

Dan for Model Number Magic Chef cye3005ayw

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My Admiral gas dryer is taking too long to dry a load. After cleaning the vent hose and replacing the fuse, the thermostat, and the flame sensor I still have the same problem. The ignitor glows, the flame starts and runs only a few seconds then the flame stops and the cycle repeats itself over and over.

John for Model Number ADG7005AWW

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I have a Maytag Performa Electric Dryer. The timer is no longer advancing and there is a small amount of heat being produced. It continues to run and takes hours to dry.

Patrick W. for Model Number PDET910AYW

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Replaced the thermal fuse cause the dryer would not start, it started fine thereafter. Although it will only run for a few minutes and then stop, Will replacing the high limit thermostat W10116735 fix this problem?

Jason H for Model Number MDET236AYW

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This is an Amana Maytag dryer. This morning, it was working fine, then I went to put in a second load, it wouldn't start. There was a funny clicking sound coming from behind the cycle knob when i pushed down on it to start the load. Is this possibly something in the unit behind the knob?

Scott W for Model Number nde2335ayw

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Does this T-Stat contain a SPDT type switch? In other words, when the cut-out temperature is reached and the main terminal (#1) opens, does terminal #2 (the timer circuit) contact close? Thanks

Bud

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