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Hi-Limit Thermostat

Part Number: AP4298584
MFG Part Number: W10116735
Made by: Whirlpool
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Dryer thermostat L225-40F

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 W10116735 (AP4298584) replaces 62641, Y62641, 1257108, 61210, PS2177455, R0611009.

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Dryer was not drying clothes very well Timothy Z. • Key West, FL • August 04, 2014
Appliance: Admiral Dryer-Ele ADE7005AYW

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How to Replace Hi-Limit Thermostat #W10116735

Step by step instructions on how to replace a Hi-Limit Thermostat #W10116735 for Dryer made by Maytag, Magic Chef, Admiral, Crosley, Amana. Note: This video is intended to give you the general idea of the part replacement procedure. Your appliance may differ depending on the manufacturer and model.


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I just received this Maytag dryer from a friend so I don't know how it ran before I got it. I changed out the cord from a 4 prong back to a 3 prong. I plugged it in and it will only stay on for about 10-15 seconds and shuts itself off. In that time some heat is produced so the element is working and it also does it when I have it on "air dry". Also, the green lights flash on the timer every minute or so, don't know if it is supposed to do that or is it indicating a problem? Thanks

Brian for Model Number MDE4806AYW


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I have a dryer that the thermal fuse went out. I replaced it and it went out again. The dryer is not clogged up with lent and it is blowing hard outside .The heating coil has 10 ohms and does not ohm to ground. What is causing the thermal fuse to keep blowing?

Joshua for Model Number sde3o5dayw


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The samovar (Russian tea pot...gets water scary hot) was left on too long and it boiled dry. Now will not boil water. The element will get hot if I bypass the small, button shaped, ceramic thermostat. How do I find a new thermostat? The part number is not in English....of course.

Ron for Model Number Samovar


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Just before christmas my dryer stopped heating so I replaced the heat element. Dryer then heated but would appear to overheat and shut down after 10 +/- minutes. I could then start it again once cool but had to keep the loads half size and on a gentle heat to prevent it shutting down again. I went to a local repair shop looking for thermostats because the new heater did not come with them. The owner said did not have the thermostats but only sold the "whole package" (heater with thermostats attached). He went on to say that the symptoms I described were almost certainly the motor going bad. So I replaced the motor today. Ran two loads and it did the overheat shutdown thing again. Since I am going to continue throwing parts at this thing, what would be the next logical part? thanks.

Dave for Model Number Amana Elec Dryer DLE330RAW


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The Medium (No-Iron) setting appears to run longer than necessary although dryer is supposed to have a sensor to prevent this. The clothes are dry even though the cycle has more to go. And it seems like it is very hot for a Medium setting. To avoid excessive drying, I tried using the Low (Handwash) setting and it takes several cycles to dry a load. Does this sound like a problem with a thermostat or should I learn to use the timer controls better? Thank you

Tim for Model Number Amana NDE7800AYW


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My dryer was working fine and then just stopped heating during a load, (on Low). I turned it back on to try to dry them as best as possible with just fan. They never got warm at all. I put a second load in to try to do the same and those got REALLY hot! Dryer was set on Low setting. My wife said they were so hot she was afraid of fire. The dryer shut off on its on and had an HE code on the display. My original thought was bad heating element but that's obviously not it. I noticed their are 2 thermostats listed. I assume that one is a Hi limit, which in my case isn't working. Should I order both or can the Hi limit keep the element off? What's your thoughts on this problem? Thanks for any help you can provide!

Mike for Model Number Amana Dryer Model #NED7200TW


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