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It should have been the thermistor located on the blower housing (exhaust). There is more than one, different part numbers.

Check wiring from thermistor to control board.

Comment with complete model number and I'll post diagram and part number.

Whirlpool Dryers | Answered 20 hours ago


Whirlpool... | Answered 22 hours ago

Just a guess but sounds like youre only getting 110v from plug

Whirlpool Dryers | Answered 2 days ago

This appears to be a common issue. I am wondering if it does that to aerate the water that sits in the pipes to stop it going stagnant. I would contact the manufacturer.


Whirlpool Home | Answered 2 days ago

My first suspect is the thermocouple has failed (they should be changed periodically, every 5-7 years as they do fail). Without the signal from the thermocouple, the gas valve can not open and start the ignition process.

Whirlpool Water... | Answered 3 days ago

According to the manufacturer, the error means the door could not lock. Check the door for obstructions when you close. To remove error, reboot the washer.

Whirlpool duet... | Answered on Jan 14, 2020

One thing which happened to me lately the Ice maker at my job was clicking. I looked up in it if had frozen up I had to defrost it, the clicking went away. Well that may not be help on your freezer but might be the ice maker in it. Just a thought.
Link below talk about the relay and other issues which can cause clicking noise
link below may help



Whirlpool... | Answered on Jan 14, 2020

My machine overheated in the high speed spin cycle, rubbing the door gasket and created a stinky cloud of steam and some rubber crumbs. I don't think it's a bearing issue (wiggled and spun without notable issues) but the front rim of the basket seems out of round, in fact the X and Y axis measured diameters differ by 5/8 inch. I'm thinking of trying to return it to round with some force. Ideas?

Whirlpool... | Answered on Jan 14, 2020

There are a number of possibilities here;

you are in a hard water area and that is deposited calcium. Use Calgon or some type of water softener.

You are using washing powder instead of HE (high efficiency) liquid.

You are using a cold wash with powder when you need to use warm water.

The washing machine needs descaling. The white is calcium from the heater element and tank.

Whirlpool... | Answered on Jan 11, 2020

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