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Problem with LER3624EQ1 Dryer. I have replaced the high limit switch twice and the thermostat. The dryer will run with hot air for a few minutes and then back to cold air with a new high limit switch. I...

The first thing you need is a multimeter, get one at Walmart you don't need a expensive one and the an be used for a lot of things around the house, pull wires off heater turn meter to ohms check between frame of dryer and each terminal it should show nothing if you are showing anything on the meter get a new heater

Aug 13, 2017 | Dryers

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We have Turbochef NGC N6. The units high limit thermostat had tripped. Re-set thermostat and found cooling fan not working. also found thermal cut out ( top left rear looking from above ) had also tri

ur high limit trip because ur heater overshoots the program setting for the temp replace ur k4/k5 solid state relay for it controls ur temp for the heater.

Sep 21, 2014 | TurboChef TORNADO Electric Oven

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Thermostat display will not show anything

You most likely lost the 24v supplied to the thermostat. Could be a number of reasons, water in drain tray has tripped the high water level, or fuse/ckt breaker for the 24volt transformer, transformer bad. or just a bad thermostat. Get a voltmeter and find out if you have 24 volts, transformer usually in the air handler

May 05, 2014 | Heating & Cooling

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Honeywell emm-3 goes to high heat when thermostat does not call for heat

Replace it (thermostat), but first make sure its in a good location to read the space temperature.

Nov 29, 2013 | Heating & Cooling

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Dryer smells like fire has wiring

Replace the high limit thermostat.The high limit safety thermostat is a back-up thermostat that will shut off the heating element if it detects a temperature above 200 degrees. The thermistor (temperature sensor) that is on the blower housing detects the temperature in the dryer. It is the component that helps the control regulate the operating temperature at around 150 degrees.
Here is a link to the part you need.
Here is a video to show you how to replace the thermostat.

Oct 14, 2012 | Estate by Whirlpool EGD4400WQ Estate 29in...

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Car engine temparature always show high,last two weeks temp is normal,some times come to high.i found water very hot in radiator,

Sounds like you need to replace thermostat. Thermostats open and close accordingly to engine temps. When reading goes hi usually indicates thermostat is sticking open, recirculating hot coolant. Now you mentioned it's been reading normal which makes me think this thermostat is not working consistent. So I'd change it now before it overheats and causes alot of damage. Regarding hot water in radiator, after running any time it's going to be hot, normal engine temp is around 195 degrees.

Feb 21, 2011 | Gaskets for Ford Laser

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My CDT40 is not heating when used and when I press the option lights, they flash once then go off

Check the bias thermostat on the blower wheel housing, thermal fuse, high limit thermostat, and heating element on the back of the machine for continuity with a multimeter. Replace any of the mentioned parts with new one form the parts list below. Below is a video to show you how to check for continuity. The dryer is a little different, but the principles are the same.

Bias Thermostat Thermal Fuse High Limit Thermostat Heating Element

Dec 30, 2010 | Hotpoint NBXR463EBWW Electric Dryer

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Thermal cut-off blows and high limit thermostat is working with vent clean.Replaced thermal cut-off, high limit thermostat and heating element. Still blows thermal cut-off.

Any time a thermal cut off blows, it's because the cycling thermostat is bad. When it's bad, the machine cycles off of the thermal cut off rather than the cycling thermostat allowing the dryer to over heat. The thermal cut off is a re-setting safety and is not made to cycle off of. The thermostat you are looking for looks like a high limit thermostat but it cuts power to the element at a lower temp. Around 158 degrees + or - 25 degrees. It's located close to the high limit. It's a normally closed switch that opens on the rise and it will show closed now but the problem with it is that will not open. Replace it and your problem will be solved. Good luck.

Oct 16, 2009 | Kenmore Dryers

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Might be the high limit thermostat or the control thermostat. Check your gas valve for continuity.
If you have a fuse in line with the control check it for continuity. Most of the time if the pilot is lit you have a bad valve, I would check that first. The valve is a combination gas valve. That means it has the pressure regulator built in. Check out the connection between the gas valve and thermostat. If no continuity between the 2 outer terminals change the gas valve. If the thermostat is open change it out. The high limit will connect between the left terminal shown and the safety magnet. I know this page shows a floor furnace thermostat but a geep fryer works exactly the same with a different thermostat and high limit.

Jun 12, 2009 | Imperial IFS40 Deep Fryer

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Could have air in system? Go to They have a printable page that shows how to maintain your cooling system. Good luck, hope it works

Jul 14, 2008 | 2003 Dodge Dakota Club Cab

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