Question about Whirlpool WED8300S Dryer
Well it looks like 11. There are just two slashes like two ones beside each other. There is nothing else. Also when I try to find model# WED8300SWZ the model number that comes up wants to put a 0 and not a Z.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Error Code
Here's some magic help on the dryers: I have a duet sport- Whirlpool hides the complete service manual inside the cover at the bottom front of the machine- remove the bottom 2 screws, drop the cover & you have all test & service instructions--- (:
Posted on Dec 16, 2007
I posted today (Jan 2, 2009) that I had same problem. Handyman tested for blown thermal fuse, etc and everything was fine. He said I have to replace the timer switch .. well guess what - I fidgeted with the start button (on/off) hard a few times while simultaneously pressing & releasing door switch and it did the trick. In my case the problem was most likely with the start button. Dryer is working fine now!
Posted on Jan 03, 2009
The E1 code means there is an open thermistor. This thermistor is located on top of the blower housing. Access it by removing the bottom panel on the front of the dryer. This device is not repairable, so unless it's just a loose connection or the device is not firmly mounted, it will need to be replaced.
Unplug the dryer before you work on it!
Posted on Mar 28, 2009
Sounds like one of the cavity switches is bad. Open back of dryer, you will see wires that attach to little clip next to each other. Try jumping wire from one side to the other, do one switch at a time and try dryer to see if heats, if you get heat replace that switch. These switches burn out if dryer gets to hot, usually from to much lint in duct work. Also vacuum out duct work in wall and on back of dryer.
Posted on Jun 14, 2009
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