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Old 08-19-2009, 03:30 PM
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Originally Posted by boomerang6297 View Post
i checked the belt,and it looks fine.while dismantling the dryer i found a diagnostic sheet.i ran a diagnostic on it and found one fault code.it says "INlet thermistor shorted".is this something that will cause my problem or do i have more than one problem?Thanks for any help
Just to add my 2 cents...

The inlet thermistor is a part of the high limit thermostat assembly and there not suppose to be any heat at all if the thermistor is bad.

The major problem in my opinion is: the dryer heats up while the motor is not running. The cause of this problem could be: a bad (shorted) motor centrifugal switch or a heating element shorted to ground. It's easy to diagnose with a simple Ohmmeter.

Here is the Tech sheet.

Here are the breakdown diagrams and Replacement parts for WHIRLPOOL WED9200SQ0 | AppliancePartsPros.com

- The heating element Part number: AP3866035

Part number: AP3866035


- The motor Part number: AP3094233

Part number: AP3094233



- The thermistor Part number: AP3919451

Part number: AP3919451



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