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Whirlpool GEQ9800P Electric No heat

Wow, the manufacturer really doesn't want anyone to get inside this machine. The back is riveted as well as screwed on. How can I access the heating element to remove and test? Or to find any fuses that might have gone bad in the machine?

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  • marksmith32 Dec 02, 2008

    My dryer will run, but will not heat. I have 10.1 Ohm through the heater element, continuity through the hi thermal switch, and no continuity through the thermal cut off switch. A local appliance store has a combo pack of thermal cut off switch and hi thermal cut off switch for $29. Will try that tonight and see if it works to switch them out.

  • recarlisle Dec 10, 2008

    same problem, dryer runs but no heat. what is the normal chain of events? I have replaced the thermal fuse with no luck. What should I replace next? And so on, and so on?



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Remove the bottom acess panel the element is on the right side there are 2 thermastats and 2 safety limits that should read contunity if they are good

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