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Switch, Temperature

Part Number: AP3083998
MFG Part Number: 8528330
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 8528330 (AP3083998) replaces 904817, AH397048, EA397048, PS397048.

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Hey Guys, I been researching my issue and I not found the exact issue I am having and want some advice before order the needed part(s)? First its a 9 year old Whirlpool Dryer, Model #LEQ9508PW0, used some but taken good care of. Anyway a few times to be aware of. 1. The timer been making a buzzing noise for a good while (few months) and recently has gotten worst. (seems to be related to item #2) 2. The dryer has different temp. setting I use only 2 medium and high. The last few times it either all heat or nothing it seems. 3. It also has the Accu-Dry Feature which never was perfect but fairly good but think its causing the issue maybe cause it taking a long time to dry. Sometimes it put temp way high other times no high if that's possible? 4. Anyway it even seemed that moving the temperature switch changed the buzzing in the timing? odd hah? Possible Fixes? My Ideas? 1.Timer cause buzzing and maybe it mixing up cycling and thus turning off heating. 2. Possible Secondary issues? Moisture reading not correct telling the computer that clothes already dry? Tho I seems this wouldn't be the case since I can select high heat rather then medium and it heats up and works ok. 3. Temperate Sensor or switch? Would be odd tho as not a repeatable fault as it will not repeat a fault on the same temp setting. Please advise, Thanks a Million Jason

Jason F for Model Number LEQ9508PW0

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When on Accu-dry Senor Dry setting the machine runs on and on but never gets the clothes dry - there is at least some heat. When on the timed dry cycle the clothes get dry within 40 minutes.

Chuck for Model Number LEQ9508PW1

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Dryer quit working. Nada zip nothing. Thermal fuse is ok thermostat is ok voltage is good heater element is ok. door switch is ok. Temperature switch is not reading in the proper gradient of ohms. would this cause the dryer to not operate at all? Motor not turning or heater not heating? I would think it would just run but not adjust temp properly.

Jim Bob for Model Number geq8811pw0

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Todd for Model Number GEQ8811LWO

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hi ,heater stays on even when door is open and motor stops, no problem with timer, it shuts off heater and motor when set to off +cool down, heater is good it cycles off on thermostats , and no voltage to heater element ,then heater comes back on when thermostat cools down, then get 240 volts,all wiring looks great , dryer only 2 years old , aside from timer and heater . what else can cause this?

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Need to wire temperature switch up. I have 4 wires white, blue, white, violet, red. The red post on switch ah6 ah1 ah ah3 switch part #8528330.

Chad for Model Number geq9800lw1

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