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Thermal Cut Out Assembly

Part Number: AP4045859
MFG Part Number: 35001193
Made by: Whirlpool
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Genuine Whirlpool part. Whirlpool brands include Whirlpool, Maytag, KitchenAid, Jenn-Air, Amana, Magic Chef, Admiral, Norge, Roper, and others. See all items in Dryer Fuse Or Sensor.
Whirlpool also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore.

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Part Number 35001193 (AP4045859) replaces 1185515, AH2038484, DC96-00887A, EA2038484, PS2038484.

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I have recently purchased part#35001193. I was wondering at what temperature does this item shut off. For example is it a 309 degree fuse... or a different temp? Thank You very much.

Jonathan for Model Number mde9700ayw

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My Dryer is running perfectly except it doesn't get hot. Do I replace the Thermal Cut Out Assembly and where is it located?

Jim for Model Number MDE9700AYW

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I replaced the Thermal Cut Out Assembly (part # 35001193) on my Maytag front load dryer (Model # MDE9700AYW) after determining that the fuse showed no continuity resulting in the dryer not heating. Unfortunately, the fuse never worked as the dryer continues to blow cold air, and the fuse shows no continuity. I carelessly installed the new part without first checking to see if it had continuity. Consequently, I am now unable to determine if the new part was defective or if there is another reason to cause the thermal fuse to blow. I am expecting the new part to arrive soon, but am hesitant to install it without first knowing if the fuse is the only source of the problem. Are there any another parts besides the hi limit thermostat and the heating coils that should be checked for problems? It is recommended that the hi limit thermal fuse be replaced along with the other fuse even though it’s not broken. I didn’t bother to replace it because it shows continuity. Could not replacing a working hi limit fuse be the cause for the other fuse to blow? Should I install both fuses at the same time regardless? Anything else I should be aware of before trying the new thermal fuse? The machine has been thoroughly cleaned of any lint/hair/etc., as well as the exhaust vents.

Sal for Model Number MDE9700AYW

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I saw that dryer duct can't exceed 25' I live in 2 story. have 2 90 degree turns and about 22' of duct in the wall. according to what i saw that equals 34'. Do i have options

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My fuse 3501-001244 has blown 3 times. The duct was dirty when it first blew. I checked the heating element with a meter and it is good. I checked the thermostat 35001092 and it shows closed, but it rattles like something is lose inside. All seals seam to be tight. Could the thermostat be the problem? Thank you.

Rick for Model Number mde9700ayw

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I need a new thermistor.

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