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  1. I see in another thread that people are replacing...

    I see in another thread that people are replacing the moisture sensors as part of their "no heat" fix. In diag mode I can test the moisture sensors and they immediately respond when I put my hands...
  2. Note to other diagnosing this kind of issue -...

    Note to other diagnosing this kind of issue - it's easiest to test the resistance of both the inlet and outlet thermistors from the control board!!!!

    The old thermistor had a rattle when I shook...
  3. I forgot to mention - the dryer has a "Touch Up"...

    I forgot to mention - the dryer has a "Touch Up" cycle that warms previously dried clothes back up and THAT cycle heats right up and only needs to run for about 8 minutes to get the clothes toasty.
  4. I do have the tech sheet and I greatly appreciate...

    I do have the tech sheet and I greatly appreciate your guidance. I do have the tech sheet and I plan on going through the onboard diags first to see if there's anything obviously wrong. I hadn't...
  5. Whirlpool Duet takes a long time to get hot

    Model Number: WED9400SB0
    Brand: Whirlpool
    Age: More than 10 years

    Whirlpool Duet WED9400SB0. Used to dry the average sized load in 30 minutes. It now takes up to 2 hours. After running for...
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