Bosch Tumble Dryer Thermostat for WTE6920GB/01

Stock Number: ES111441

Manufactured by Bosch

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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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    By - west mids

    hi will this cause filter light to come on if faulty and dryer cuts out after 20 secs or so
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    By - Aberedw

    Perfect. Easily located and identified. The item slotted straight in and did the job.
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    By - Leicester

    This Thermostat saved me the cost of a new tumble dryer.. Even had an engineer out who said nothing wrong with dryer.. But as i knew it wasnt drying correctly i presumed it would be this part as both element were ok. Had to remove top of dryer and side panel, to gain access to thermostat which was located just inside the door through the vents.. Push the old thermostat out with a piece of wood ( held in by rubber gromet) disconnected old one, removed grommet added new one and reconnected and push back inplace from insde machine.. Dryer is now working 100%!

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  • Q what is the resistance measurement for this NTC thermistor at room temperature 1 Answer

    Bosch tumble dryer only just getting warm even with new element & rear thermostat assembly. I suspect the front ntc thermistor to be faulty, but it does show different resistance when hot/cold. What are the correct resistance values for this item, thanks

    By da - 23 October 2015

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      We are sorry but do not have any information for this product.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 26 October 2015

  • Q Heating problems 1 Answer

    Hi I have Bosch WTV74103gb/07, would you be able to tell me the location of this Thermostat on my appliance. Thanks

    By Davidbuko - London - 26 February 2015

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      Although listed on our system we cannot confirm this is fitted. It may be a replacement for the sensor at the bottom front of the machine.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 26 February 2015

  • Q WTE84307GB Bosch Exxcel Condenser Dryer too hot 1 Answer

    Please could you advise if the thermostat is likely to be the problem with our Bosch Exxcel Tumble Dryer, (I have checked and this is the correct spare part for our model). It heats up and dries the clothes effectively but even on the "low heat" setting, it is very hot and has therefore been shrinking our clothes! We have been through your video clip on heating issues with tumble dryers and already cleaned and emptied out the filters and water containers. Thanks!

    By MammyVeg - 24 August 2014

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      Check your wash care labels to confirm that these clothes are OK for tumble drying. If the dryer is clear of blockages and vents OK then a new thermostat may improve this however you may still experience shrinking with some clothing.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 26 August 2014

  • Q Hi My Bosch WTL 6305GB Dryer does not heat up. 1 Answer

    The heating unit has been replaced but still does not heat up. I have removed the above thermostat and a test meter indicates it is open. What is the normal state of a good working thermostat? Before I purchase a new thermostat from you I want to confirm that I have identified the faulty part. Many thanks.

    By Jim - Auckland New Zealand - 20 May 2014

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      This in my opinion looks more like a typical thermistor. If this is the case it could have a resistance of between 2000 ohms and 40,000 ohms. if you can read a resistance between these values it is likely to be correct. If it is a condenser dryer check that it does not have a float valve turning the heater off when the water is full.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 20 May 2014

  • 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