Question about Whirlpool Dryers
Remove the 9 screws on the rear cover then one by one remove wires to the high limit thermostat on the lower right side next to the heating element,then up above that theres a thermal cutoff thermostat,then on the left side on the blower housing theres a thermal fuse white in color about an inch long by 1/4" wide,and a cycling thermostat,check all of these for continuity with an ohmmeter they should all show near 0 ohms resistance or like a fuse its either good or bad,then if all checks out ok,then it could be the heating element on the right lower side....good luck.make sure to unplug the unit before doing any testing and for your safety.....thank you.daniel
Posted on Nov 13, 2010
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