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Need part number for thermistor for whirlpool Duet dryer, model number is GEW9200LW0.

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Number 42 mounts on the blower housing right beside the thermal fuse
Need part number for thermistor for whirlpool Duet - 1ee95b6.jpgThe price is decent less than $20.

This video shows how to replace it:

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Dryer thermister - Located on the blower housing next to the thermal fuse.
Part Number: AP3919451 made by WHIRLPOOL
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