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Switch, Temp Dryer

Part Number: AP3133037
MFG Part Number: 3399640
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 and Washer Dryer Combo Switch.
Whirlpool also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore.

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Part Number 3399640 (AP3133037) replaces 2876, 3396014, 3396016, AH345965, EA345965, PS345965.

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This is a follow up to my previous question from today. I checked the vent and it is clean and only about 2 feet long as the dryer is next to the exterior wall. I have also changed the cycling thermostat and it still seems to blow the Thermal Cut off (352 degree) about once a month. I stated that it seems to get hot no matter what setting it is on but that is not true all the time. normally it seem to operate at the right temperature but some times we go in to get clothes out of the dryer and they are extremely hot to the point you can't hardly touch any metal zippers or buttons. It seems to over heat from time to time and this must be when it is blowing the Thermal Cut Offs. What could be causing this to happen so randomly? See my previous question for more details but I have recently changed both Thermal cut offs twice and the cycling thermostat. I have also changed the timer which went out last month but this issues has been happening prior to changing that out. Thanks, Bill

Bill for Model Number 110.69912692

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I have replaced many parts through your company. Thanks. Recently have have had an issue with the dryer (Kenmore Model 110.69912696) not heating and replaced The dryer cycling thermostat (3387134) and both thermal cutoffs (279769) which fixed it but about once a month it will trip the Thermal Cut-Off (352 degrees). I have replaced it and all the above parts again to just have it trip again about a month later. It seems that the clothes are getting very hot no matter what setting we put it on. Do you think the Dryer Temp Switch (AP3133037) could be bad? How can I test this with an ohm meter? I am tired of buying new Thermal Cut offs. Thanks for your help and always great services. Bill

Bill for Model Number 110.69912692

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I have a Kenmore electric dryer that is about 12 yrs old or so and all the heat settings don't work, it worked on one load and on the next load nothing but cold on all the heat settings, could it be just the temp dryer switch?

Patrick for Model Number 67832794

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Dryer timer quit working on most used setting. I had to open door to turn off. (4 setting timer, 2 hot) so I began using the other hot setting. It worked briefly, but now the ignitor lights and stays on for about 20 seconds then shuts off. I have gas and I have cleaned the machine thoroughly for lint. Still doesn't work. I'm leaning toward the timer since that is where the issue began. I'm thinking the appliance doesn't know if it is on or off so its cuts the gas off.

Nancy for Model Number whirlpool thin twin washer dryer combo

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When first starting the dryer I get a flame,Then after about 2 minutes the flame goes out. Then the ignitor glows but no flame. I have checked the High limits etc. They all check out fine for continuity.

Jim for Model Number LGQ9030PQ0

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SUBJECT: No heat, but all else works fine. I have purchased and installed replacement High Limit T-stat, Cycling T-stat, and Thermal Fuse (all from appliancepartspros.com). I have checked 220 outlet, 220 fuse bank, cord attachment, all hot with no apparent signs of damage. Timer seemingly has good contacts and function. Heating Element was removed and cleaned and inspected and does not appear broken or grounded. Heating Element seems to be getting power as do the violet leads on the cycling T-stat when using a simple VAC voltage tester. No power seems to be reaching the thermal fuse, but I am not sure what is normal. It also seems no measurable voltage is passing through the temperature control switch. What should my next step be?

Brandon for Model Number Kenmore 90 Series Dryer (electric)

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