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I have a whirlpool duet gew9200lw0,it will not heat. I replaced the thermistor, thermostat,termafuse and multiple other parts and still will not heat. I need help please.

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You changed all these bits without establishing whether the element was faulty? Find a local appliance engineer.

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SOURCE: Whirlpool GEW9200LW0 Not heating

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You need to remove the back panel first then with a multi meter the easiest way is to put the meter on continuaty test (beeps when contact is made then with the dryer switched of and unplugged put one probe on the one side of the element and the other on the other side if it beeps then your element should be ok if not one of two things (1) Your element is blown or (2) there should be a fuse around the area of the back support plate it may be a normal round fuse or a ceramic round fuse or what looks like a brown rectangular piece of plastic with a wire out each side test the fuse in the same way as you tested the element if blown replace if not then put in a element.

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SOURCE: Need part number for thermistor for whirlpool Duet

Number 42 mounts on the blower housing right beside the thermal fuse
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This video shows how to replace it:

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