Question about Whirlpool Dryers
Where the location for fuse
I assume you are talking about the thermal fuse. It is the only fuse in the dryer. If it is faulty your dryer will run but will not heat. you can find it by removing the back panel. it is located on the plenum just above and to the left of the exhaust outlet on the back of your dryer. Here is a photo. You can get a replacement fuse at the website on the photo.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: I have a whirlpool dryer.
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That thermal fuse will be located in the blower duct in the back of the machine. Take the back off the machine, look for what will probably light-blue colored wires attached to a white plastic oblong thermal fuse. For your model that part is #
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Posted on Dec 14, 2008
if this is a gas dryer and the ignitor is working the thermal fuse is fine.need more info .dose the valve coils make any clicking noisecheck with ohm meter to see if coils open/also is gas on
Posted on Dec 31, 2008
if this is a top load?if so remove the back panel and you will see the dryer heater box to your right,the fuse is on the left side of box top,the high temp thermostat is on the bootm left and should be replaced also,before you do thatmif you have a meter remove the 2 wires from the heating element and check it on omns,no meter?remove the 2 screws pull the element off and look to see if the coil is broke anywhere,let me know how you do-mkie
Posted on Apr 20, 2009
3349899 is the part number,it is located on the backside of the dryer on the air duct,It is white about a half inch wide and two inches long,make sure you check the vent going to outside to see if it is clogged or it will blow out again.
Posted on Sep 02, 2009
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