Question about Whirlpool Dryers
Set your meter to "beep" when leads are touched together . Disconnect 1 wire from element , then touch both element terminals . A beep , it's good . Touch the small "thermostat" (thermal cut-off ) terminals at the top of the heater box and see if it beeps . No beep , bad . Pt # 279816 . This pt# includes the thermal cut-off AND the hi-limit thermostat . Both must be replaced .
Posted on Aug 01, 2009
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