Ok, I have been reading and troubleshooting from this website, and it has been pretty helpful, but I am afraid that I need additional help. I first got the E1 error on my dryer, after some research, I was told to replace the thermistor. I got the part, and replaced it, and then the dryer worked. It dired about 5 loads of clothes. Just when I thought I had done something good, the dryer stopped heating. Everything works except that it does not get hot. I got a book from the library and read more on this website. I have checked for continuity on the thermal fuse, and the two pieces that are on the outside of the heating element box. All are good. Should the thermistor have continuity? How do I tell if the heating element is shorted or needs replacing? Any additional info would be appreciated.
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Re: whirlpool duet not heating, replaced thermistor
If it just won't heat, it's a thermostat issue (most likely). You can try a different setting and check if it works. There are different thermostats for different settings. Also there is a contact that is operated by the motor to insure that the drum is turning for heat.
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hi penie92 .Just read your posting.For the LCD screen not to show any characters then I am afraid you need a new display board.Could you please tell me what light is lit?Is this the light for the LCD display?Please reply with additional information and I can help you rectify this fault.
Make sure you have the drivers install for your Network Interface Card and/or Wireless. Are there any yellow question marks in Device Manager?
Download the drivers from the Acer website for your particular model. Usually the Vista drivers work ok with 7.
If drivers are installed and device manager is clean, then it's a setting and/or your router needs to reboot in order to see you on the network.
Windows 7 has some pretty decent troubleshooters built right in, so go to the Network and Sharing Center and try that too.
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try cleaning the laser with a Q-tip and some glass cleaner, dip the Q-tip in the cleaner and wipe it on the laser and take the dry side and dry it off. If that dosen't help your problem then I'm afraid you need a new laser. The good news is they aren't that expensive (around $25) and they are pretty easy to install too.
Read through the information thoroughly prior to beginning any repairs. If you do not own a shop vac (wet/dry), you may consider purchasing a small inexpensive one. A size 5 gallon or less is sufficient to drain a front loader. If you do not understand something and require require addtional assistance, please let me know. I hope this helps you.