itsk3hiphop: What thermostat did you use in this replacement?
T'Roderick Oliver: Yes sir it did!Thanks!!
T'Roderick Oliver: Why was the fuse blown or what would make the fuse blow?
Christian Mason: why do we have to change the operating thermostat?
Terri Moser: my two blue wires have power because I can feel it when touching them but when I put them together and try to start the dryer for the test nothing??? Does that mean the start button is out?
Marcelino Osorip: where can I buy this parts at ?
David Skinner: Awesome video. I can do this!
Team Diaz: I replace my thermostat , and heating element and when I went to go connect the wires then plug it in it's sparked ,now the dryer won't turn on at all, can you please tell me what is wrong? Thank you!
Adrian Hayes: You nailed it. Thanks for the advice.
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Jay Chambers: My dryer stays hot and gets hot to the touch even when not running.
tp1979: thanks for the video. my dryer was working fine then it stop working. so I checked the thermal fuse and it was bad. I also checked the terminal block and realized it only had 120v on l1 to N and 10v on l2 to N. then tested l1 to l2 and only got 85v so that means it's not getting proper volts. after that I checked the wall outlet and it checked good. but my power was melted on the line side on left. should I replace the power cord and terminal block along with thermal fuse
Shawn Pierce: canyonman1963, thanks for this great video. I replaced both the thermostat and the fuse and our dryer worked fine for three loads and now the problem has returned. Is there anything else that I need to check or replace?
Tom Moore: thanks for mentioning the blue wires can go on either post as i forgot to keep track
Chica Caribena: How much is the thermostat?
Bob Freitas: Thanks so much! This was very helpful! I was able to get our dryer up and running pretty quickly, and it really wasn't that hard! I really appreciate the share! Also my wife appreciates not needing to have a makeshift clothes line in the living room. She thought it was a bit ghetto, fair point! Thanks again!
Betty Wood: Thank you so much for your information and demo. My dryer wouldnt start so I Youtubed it and you were the one I chose to watch. I went to supply place got fuses and now I'm back up and running. I'm a 67 yr old widow and was able to fix this with your help saving me lots of money. Your demo was extremely easy to follow. Thanks again!!!
Mark Wages: there is a second thermal fuse down by the heating element. If it is bad then the dryer will run but it will not heat. this happened to mine. If the dryer won't start then it would most likely be the other thermal fuse. You can check fuse while it is out of dryer. or take that fuse to somebody to check it. Just remember there are two thermal fuses one on the heating element and one inline in another location. Hope this help.
Bryan St. Clair: Would this fuse stop the dryer from heating? Mine will start and spin, but no heat. Replaced both the heating element, thermostat kit as well. (2 part kit + element)
Thomas Harazin: I have a old Whirlpool dryer LG5701XMN1 which doesn't start with the start button. The motor makes a buzzing/humming sound. I then need to give the drum a little push start by hand and the motor takes over and turns the drum fine for the whole drying cycle. I checked the dryer belt and the grooved side is facing the pulley.
Whirlpool & Kenmore Dryer Wont Start or Run - Thermal Fuse Repair 3392519 or 33907195
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