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Estate Dryers | Answered on Mar 13, 2020

3403585 or 279838. Both are same part.

Estate Dryers | Answered on Oct 17, 2018

The belt has broke. If you could post your model number I can point you to the part.

Estate Dryers | Answered on Apr 29, 2018

Have you checked the fuse in the plug? Are there any lights on the dryer that should light up but don't? Sometimes wall sockets have fuses too.

Estate EED4300VQ... | Answered on Feb 20, 2018

Look in the whirlpool wedsite for you make and model and for spare parts list.

Estate EED4300SQ... | Answered on Jan 14, 2018

Motor getting hot. Maybe dissemble and clean out vent around blower and also in the wall. Run dryer for a load or 2 without the vent hose on. If it does not shut off then clean out your vent in the wall. If it does shut off you may have to inspect the vent inside the dryer to see if clogged. If not clogged bad motor.

Estate Dryers | Answered on Nov 27, 2017

Mire este video en Youtube all? le dicen que se debe hacer.
Espero que le allude esta informacion. reparar paso paso sony genezi que se apaga solo luz roja

Estate TEDX640JQ... | Answered on Nov 02, 2017

We went through this recently. There were 10 siblings. We sorted everything by type (and value) into groups of 10. Then we put all names in a hat and pulled them out one-by-one and as names were pulled that person selected an item from the group. When that group was gone we put all names back into hat and started on the next group.

Estate Dryers | Answered on Oct 07, 2017

The sensor that detects moisture may be covered with lint

Estate Dryers | Answered on Jun 06, 2016


Estate Dryers | Answered on Apr 26, 2016

Dryer venting issues slow drying, fire flare ups, to hot, noise and clothes ripping etc

A lint filter that is full of lint will restrict airflow and lengthen dry times.
A blower wheel that is not firmly attached to the drive motor can slip and therefore not move air fast enough to properly dry clothes or even reduce airflow to the point where the high limit thermostat may trip and turn off the heat circuit.
In gas dryers, defective gas valve coils can create a symptom of taking too long to dry if they are intermittent. Check for proper flame ignition for the complete dry cycle to determine if this may be the cause.

The drum seals are used to prevent excess air from entering the dryer drum and act as a cushion between the drum and the front and rear bulkheads. The drum seals are made up of a felt like material. If the seal is torn or is worn then clothing can become stuck in the gap when the drum is turning. This can produce a scraping or thumping noise and the clothes can also be ripped and/or have black marks on them.
DOOR SEAL When the door is closed in gas and electric dryers the door seal helps to keep cooler air from entering the drum.

The vent tube or line itself. If it is kinked, smashed, to long, or filled, clogged with lint build up it can not only cause slow dry times but create a fire safety hazard. Try to stay away from using plastic or flimsy cellophane venting, aluminum is best!

To provide better air flow and heat dissipation try the following
Note the length of your dryer vent is a determining factor in how efficient your dryer will perform. If the total length of your pipe exceeds 25 feet then your dryer simply won't be able to perform as should, especially if your pipe runs vertically and through the roof. This is where a booster fan is sometimes needed. Booster Fans provide the extra push of air to exhaust the moisture and lint to the outside. These fans operate only when the dryer is activated, this is done by sensing the air flow through the pipe by a pressure switch mechanism or an electrical sensing relay which in turn activates the booster fan blower. I personally try to avoid adding booster fans simply because they are usually placed in a crawl space or attic and are therefore "Out of sight and out of mind." What I mean is... the unit could malfunction and you would never be aware of it. The result would be a restriction in the pipe which would cause a build up of lint at the fan. In addition, it's recommended that lint traps be placed before the fan itself which has to be cleaned out frequently. These can also easily be overlooked.

Estate Dryers | Answered on Apr 26, 2016

I just had a similar problem with my Whirlpool dryer. It would squeek very loudly and then chirp a bit and then go quiet.
Took the back off and found that the belt tensioner arm pulley that drives the drum turning had stopped spinning. Sprayed some silicone on the hub a couple of times and it freed up and is working again. Everything is fine for now. I'm going to order a new part 'cause I know it will just happen again when the silicone wears out.

Estate Dryers | Answered on Apr 08, 2016

That serial code is for the controls, not the hot tub.

Usually manufacturers will attach a plaque with the hot tub details on.... this would usually be at the front of the hot tub, either on the inside of a cabinet panel, or on the exterior.


Estate TEDX640JQ... | Answered on Aug 01, 2015

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