Furnace flame sensor. The flame sensor monitors the burner to detect whether or not a flame is present. If the flame sensor is defective, the furnace may not heat.
Dryer thermistor. This thermistor should read approximately 11.9K Ohms of resistance at 70 degrees Fahrenheit (21’ Celsius). If the thermistor is defective, it may prolong or shorten the drying time or cause a fault code. A defective thermistor is not responsible for a dryer not heating.
Gas dryer sensor for igniter and flame. The sensor is located across from the gas igniter at the dryer’s burner assembly. This flame sensor should be closed for continuity at room temperature. Check for continuity with a multi-meter before replacing.
Dryer moisture sensor bar. This moisture sensor monitors the clothing’s moisture level and sends a signal to the control board when the clothes are dry. If your moisture sensor is defective, the dryer may shut off too early or continue running for a while after the clothes are dry. Two required.
Air conditioner thermistor. The thermistor is a sensor connected to the control board that detects the temperature of the air. The ohm reading should be around 30k at a 75 degree room temperature.
Oven temperature sensor. The oven sensor works in conjunction with the oven control board to regulate the oven temperature. If the oven sensor is defective, the oven temperature will be inaccurate by more than 50 degrees Fahrenheit.
Oven temperature sensor kit, 6 inches long. The sensor includes two wire harness adapters for a variety of applications and installation instructions.
Oven sensor kit, short
Turbidity sensor mounted in pump sump under dishwasher
Temperature sensor at evaporator in the freezer
Oven temperature sensor
Temperature sensor for refrigerator
Red indoor coil thermistor. Should read around 30K ohms at 70 degree room temperature