Question about Whirlpool Dryers
First, please keep in mind that i am attempting to diagnose your unit with out being there and with limited information.
If I were called out to your home to repair this problem, I would first check your breaker. I would flip it off and then back on. If this didn't fix the problem. I would then check the door switch. If it's good, I would then open the back and check the thermal fuse and then the Thermal cut off. If either were bad I would change it. If it were the thermal cutoff. I would also change you high limit because when the thermal cutoff is bad, it is due to the high limit thermostat going bad, then the dryer cycling on the thermal cut off until it goes bad causing a problem like what you have.
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Posted on Sep 08, 2009
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