High-limit thermostat for dryer. L315-65. If the dryer overheats, this high-limit thermostat will cut off the power to the heating element. If the high-limit thermostat has blown, the dryer won't heat.
Inlet control thermistor.Resistence reading should be around 100K ohms at room temperature and decrease with temperature rise.
Dryer heating element assembly with housing. If the dryer does not heat check for a blown themal fuse or thermal cut out. Heating elements will often have a break in the coil element if defective.
Dryer center outlet thermistor. *Note that it is not in the heating circuit so it likely will not be the cause of a dryer heating problem. It can however effect cycle times or cause a fault if defective. The resistence reading should read around 100 k ohms at room temperature.
Dryer blower wheel. The blower wheel draws air through the dryer and pushes the air out the vent. Clumps of lint, socks, and small articles of clothing can escape the lint filter and get caught in the blower wheel. If an object is caught in the blower wheel, the dryer may make noise.
Thermostat outlet backup org.
High-limit thermostat, L210-30. NOTE: Watch the part testing video to determine if thermostat is defective.
Dryer lint filter