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August 17, 2022
can you access the thermal switch from the back panel?
For model number WED92HEFC0
Hello Lance, we appreciate your question. After comprehensive research, we have reached the conclusion that you can not access the thermal fuse just by removing the back panel. To do so you would need to detach the front and top panel as well and lift the dryer from the front using support and then from the front, you can access it just below the drum. Please feel free to contact us if you have any other queries.
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Fix Number: FIX11766766
Manufacturer Part Number: W10909685