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Whirlpool ACCUDRY Sensor fell off.

My sensor inside the dryer came off. the dryer still worked for about a week or more. I think that it caused the thermal fuse to blow. I tested it and got no reading. I put the sensor back on, but noticed that there is only 1 free wire and the sensor has 2 connectors. Is 1 not used? If so, which 1?

The dryer is a Whirlpool Ultimate care 2 LEQ8000L2Q

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