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Whirlpool WED9200SQ1 dryer - no heat


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#1 oldschoolmc

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Posted 22 February 2012 - 01:28 PM

This dryer runs but does not heat. the small thermofuse will not show any ohms between the terminals. Could this be the problem?Attached File  Thermal-Cut-Out-Fuse-Kit-280148-01022513.jpg   23.25KB   8 downloads





Thermal Cut Out Fuse Kit

Item # 1175772


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Thermal fuse and high limit thermostat kit

Manufacturer Number 280148


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#2 Derik

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Posted 22 February 2012 - 02:12 PM

Yeah that sounds like your problem! Did u check blower housing and vent to clear all debris so you have good airflow??? If not do that and get the thermal cut out kit from repair clinic and you'll be back in action!!! To temporarily fix or confirm diagnosis you can bypass fuse by putting the two wires together but besure to not let them touch anything else cuz there is 115volts threw it!!! Let us know outcome




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