Bosch Tumble Dryer Thermostat for WTE6920GB/01

Stock Number: ES111441

Manufactured by Bosch

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Description

Replacement thermostat to control the temperature within your tumble dryer to an accurate degree.

Genuine spare part for select Bosch, Neff & Siemens tumble dryers.

This is Bosch spares reference: 154166

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Rated 5.0 out of 5 (2 customer reviews)
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  • Now the clothes dry.

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    By - Pembrokeshire

    Dryer would heat and rotate but not dry fully. I took a guess that this would fix it, it did. To fit remove the top and right hand side . Working through the door opening push on top of the sensor with a length of wood to remove it. From the right side unplug sensor and remove from grommet. Replace the grommet in machine. Connect new sensor, put some liquid soap around the top shoulder and push it in place. Replace side and top. Good as new.
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    By - Lincoln

    My Bosch WTA3606GB sensor dyer kept stopping and the empty filter warning alarm kept sounding, clothes wouldn't dry. I was just on the verge of buying a brand new £400 machine when a guy at work said that if the old thermostat low down inside the door reveal was faulty it could register higher temperatures indicating restricted airflow, hence indicating the filter is full when it wasn't. I ordered the sensor from E Spares, it came within 3 days. Fitting involved unscrewing the top and the right hand facing side panel of the machine, from there just a simple push fit connector to change the sensor. Machine fixed, £400 saved. I can't believe something so simple can cause someone without knowledge to have to either replace their machine or pay a fortune in engineers fees, mine was fixed in 25 mins and under £20. Well done e- Spares, I will definitely use you again - Excellent!.

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  • Q I have changed the heater element, but still no heat, how do I know if the thermostat is faulty, what should the resistance readings be for hot, warm and cold? 1 Answer

    I have checked the sump pump and it is running, everything else has been cleaned.

    By Anonymous - 12 March 2011

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      Hi there. The first thing you need to do is make sure your multimeter is set to the 'ohms' function and the range is set to the lowest ohms range. Attach the multimeter test leads to the connection terminals on the thermostat. For a fully working thermostat with an open circuit, the LCD should read 'OL', '0.00' or '0.5'. If it's a number higher than 0.5, the thermostat will need to be replaced.

      By Rory eSpares Staff - 24 March 2011

  • Q r4381x1gb/01 is not blowing hot/warm air. all filers are clean and i have replaced the heater unit (stupidly). max heat which can be achied is to iron dry indicator. Could this be due to thermostat stock no.ES111441. very minor warm achieved, hardly detec 1 Answer

    What a great and very useful site you run.

    By Veseyan6 - Birmingham - 18 December 2010

  • Q does this control the heater for the dryer? 1 Answer

    model wtl6106gb/07. I recently replaced the heater element but still not working properly. Is this easy to fit?

    By hondacivic - dublin - 03 July 2009

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      Hi Hondacivic, this thermostat monitors temperature in the dryer - it ensures that the element is heating to the correct temperature. As for fitting it, I wouldn't attempt it if you weren't 100% confident. The stat sits at the bottom right in the frame where you enter the clothes.

      By Rory eSpares Staff - 17 March 2010

  • Q is this the right thermostat 1 Answer

    is this the thermostat that turns off machine if your filter is blocked model No wtv74104gb0/1

    By Anonymous - jersey - 30 June 2009

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      Hi, in extreme cases a blocked filter will cause the temperature in the dryer to become so high that the thermostat will cut out. Most of the time a measure of a fault thermostat is if the temperature in the dryer is either too hot or too cold. Check out this help article on how to clean your tumble dryer for help with your blocked filter: http://www.espares.co.uk/advice/tumble-dryers/a/9/120/cleaning-your-tumble-dryer.html

      By Rory eSpares Staff - 17 March 2010

  • Q tumble dryer not heating 0 Answers

    got a bosch wtl6106gb/05 and it it not getting hot, have bought a new heating element unit from yourselves and fitted it but still nothing. have put multimeter on thermostat on inside of door ( part no ES111441) and am only getting a reading on 20kohms setting. 6.50 when cold rising to 11.50 when heated up. could this be the fault or any other ideas?. many thanks

    By matt - 26 July 2012