Question about Whirlpool GEW9250 Electric Dryer
You test thermistors by setting your meter on ohms then apply a heat source i.e. a hair dryer to it if the resistance changes it is working.
you have a capicitor in the computer that is draining and, then over time is recharging just slightly then failing again. check all capacitors on the control circuit board for: an un intended ground.
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