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    Default Thermistor

    PS993287

    How many ohms?

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    Since the description is thermistor fuse I would expect zero ohms.
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    At room temp?
    Kenmore dryer

    Model - 11063952102
    I usually see cycling stats in this location.

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    PS993287
    A PartSelect web site only part#.
    Real # is Part #8577274

    The thermistor should read approximately 11.9K Ohms of resistance at 70 degrees Fahrenheit (21 degrees Celsius).

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    Somewhere around 11,000 at room temp was what I was thinking from what I could find.

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    This one showed abot 18,000 I think at between 50 and 60 degrees. The dryer shows to get a little hot also. About 170, if the new thermometer is right. I have not calibrated it. My older ones did not show quite so hot. The thermal cutoff was blown on this dryer when I got it.

    Will the schematic show what temp this dryer should cycle?
    Last edited by Boman; 01-17-2015 at 09:34 PM.

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    I found this....

    Thermistor-ce91602-jpg

    his one showed about 18,000 I think at between 50 and 60 degrees
    ....sounds close.

    Will the schematic show what temp this dryer should cycle?
    Probably not....what is the model#?

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    110.63952102

    Btw, I appreciate that chart.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boman View Post
    110.63952102
    I found on tech sheet...

    FABRIC CARE TEMP SWITCH SETTING / HEAT TURNS OFF / HEAT TURNS ON

    COTTON / TOWELS HIGH / 150? ? 10?F / 10?-15?F below heat off
    NORMAL MEDIUM HIGH / 140? ? 10?F / 10?-15?F below heat off
    PERM PRESS / CASUAL MEDIUM / 125? ? 10?F / 10?-15?F below heat off
    ULTRA DELICATE EXTRA LOW / 115? ? 10?F / 10?-15?F below heat off

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    10?-15?F below heat off
    Is this the range if the diferrential?

    In fact, could you interpret that for me. Lets say Cotton / Towels / High

    Does that mean from 150 up to 160 is okay?

    Thanks
    Last edited by Boman; 01-18-2015 at 11:34 AM.

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