Philips-Whirlpool Tumble Dryer Exhaust Thermostat - 60ºc for AWB682 (851668215000)

Stock Number: ES185571

Manufactured by Whirlpool

(This part fits select Philips-Whirlpool models)

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Description

If your tumble dryer is no longer regulating heat properly, you may have a faulty thermostat. Don't despair - this part may just be what you're after to restore your tumble dryer to full working order again.

  • 60ºc

Genuine spare part for select Ignis, Neutral, Philips, Philips-Whirlpool, Thorn, Whirlpool and White Knight appliance models in the list of appliances.

How to fix a dryer that's not heating up

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  • The thermostat that gets overlooked

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    This is the second time I have replaced the heater element on my White Knight dryer (it's more than 15 years old) and I had already replaced the main thermostat, so this time, along with the new heater element, I thought I would replace the one on the exhaust, although the old one seemed to be okay. This one is extremely easy to replace, all you need to remove is the small panel at the bottom rear of the White Knight unit, where the vent pipe is housed, and it's a five-minute job. Although they don't fail as often as the main thermostat, it's good practice to replace them after really long service. My only reservation is that they're relatively expensive.

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