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I could not find the ohm readings for the thermistor for a DV293 samsung dryer. Anybody know what they shoud be at room temp?

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Hi and welcome to FixYa. I am Kelly.

Look inside the back of the dryer. Most Samsung dryers have a tech sheet in a clear envelope usually in the back of the dryer. The thermistor values are on the tech sheet.
I am pretty sure this is the number for it but.... not 100% PN: DC32-00007a.

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