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    • Part Number: AP5589880
    • MFG Part Number: W10423382
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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Our Kenmore Gas Dryer produces low heat, but it takes two full cycles to dry one load of clothes. I'm guessing the High-Limit Thermostat is broke (Part # 3403140). Is this a good guess? The lint screen and trap are clean. The exhaust duct is clean and not kinked.

Jason for Model Number 110.74942300

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The coils were tested with multimeter and came back with 1240 ohms on 2 prong and 3 prong 1-2 was 1350 and 2-3 1910 1-3 560 I thought those were OK readings. Where should I look next The thermostats are as above.

Mike for Model Number WGD5840SWO

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Dryer heats up first few minutes then wont relight but igniter does glow. Solenoids were checked and were within parameters given also High limit thermostat checked showing 0.1 kilo ohms suggestions I ordered parts before I had the meter available not sure I ordered right stuff.

Mike for Model Number WGD5840SWO

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Hi, My question is that part # W10423382, replaces part # 3403140 which looks completey different from each other, how do I tell which leads to connect the red and black wire to, or does it even matter for this part since it's "jumpered" to another thermostat. Thanks

Felix for Model Number W10423382 which replaces pater # 3403140

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Ordered thermostat was 3403140 rated at 205 degrees F. Supplied item is W10423382 rated at 180 F. Is this a correct replacement?

Peter for Model Number 110.77832794

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My dryer acts like the high temp switch is bad. Turns then off after 10 seconds. It will turn on again after it cools down but for only 5 seconds. I replaced the switch and it worked for a short time, but then stopped working. My wife said it never was right. I ordered a switch from your company, put it in and it still doesn't work. The switchs all test ok when cold, but the least little heat applied to them and they test bad. Is there a lot number of bad switches? Also the dryer stays lit when the switch is bypassed with a jump wire, so I am convinced that the switches are bad. Switch number is w10423382. Thanks

Kevin K. for Model Number whirlpool ggw9260pw1

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How do you actually test the high limit thermostat to see if its bad?

Robert

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In your video you show part #47 Thermostat being replaced in back but my model I believe its installed on sleeve from front. Can you verify or do you have how to access on a stackable duet?

Sal for Model Number GGW9200LQ0

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HI, Thanks for your help in advance. My Kenmore Gas Dryer (11092822101) High-Limit Thermostat (Part # 3403140) keeps tripping after the burner on for a minute or so then it will reset itself after it cool down. I know it is doing its job by checking the temperature rear around the HI -Limit Thermostat. Could you please tell me what is the cause for the high temperature which rear around the burner? The exhaust duct and everything else is clean and I even remove the duct work from the dryer and it still trip the high limit by high temperature. Perhaps the problem is the gas valve?

Chong for Model Number Kenmore 11092822101

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Dryer is lighting. After running for a while it seems to cool off. Clothes were in for 80 minutes some were dry , some still slightly damp. Vent is clean.

Joe M for Model Number 11072812101

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