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Part Number: AP2976233
MFG Part Number: 3399639
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 Switch.
Whirlpool also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore.

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Part Number 3399639 (AP2976233) replaces 3396013, 527732, AH345964, EA345964, PS345964.

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The dryer is emitting a burning smell shortly after starting on any of the heated cycles (set on low temperature). On the fluff air cycle there is no smell. It is not a burnt rubber smell. Smells kinda like a hair dryer. We opened it up and vacuumed around the drum, the coils, the lint trap, etc., but it hasn't seemed to make a difference. The exhaust tube and the belt look fine. Any ideas on what the problem could be?

Jujube for Model Number Whirlpool DWJR-ELE-2406026-FM54


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My dryer has no heat and the timer isn't advancing. The motor runs, lights on, timer and all sensors have been replaced along with coil reading infinite on ohm meter and fuse replaced. 240v at plug and at dryer. The no heat and timer not advancing problem started when a house breaker popped while I was running a welder on the same breaker.

J.h. for Model Number wed5100vq1


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Hi, I have an Estate Whirlpool Dryer Model - EED4400WQ0, Type - DWJR-ELE-2406026-FM54 that will not start. Outlet has 240V power, the thermal fuse is ok, the door switch is ok (both have continuity), and the timer does make a clicking sound when you turn it to the timed mode - thus indicating it is working? What other fuses should I check and where are they? What other items could need replacing? Thanks, Jeff

Jeff for Model Number EED4400WQ0


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Dryer comes on but switch will not move during cycle and dryer is not hot only cold air no matter which cycle it is on. Due to the timer switch not moving dryer run continuously with no heat.

Katherine for Model Number roper dryer


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Hi. On dryer temp control switches like the 3399639 and 3399640 are the resistors inside the switch housing? Also, would a variable resistor type switch like a 696910 work with a more modern bias thermostat like a 3387134? Thanks for your help. Please reply to both the board and my e-mail if possible. Mark



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Dryer will come on for a few seconds, then will shut off. You notice a definate burning smell, but is hard to pinpoint. Thought it might be start switch, so I replaced that, but problem is still there. Although the burning smell seemed to be coming from the vicinity of the three switches, (start, cycle, and adjustable buzzer), I'm not so sure. The dryer shuts off whether it is on air fluff, or any of the three heat settings. Timer seems okay. Ran dryer with cycle switch disconnected. Same problem. Ran dryer with buzzer disconnected. Same problem. Seems a few of the wires coming off of (or going to) the start switch are hotter than others.

Don for Model Number roper (whirlpool) dryer model # RGD4440SQ0


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