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good afternoon, this means the cycling thermostat has failed, appliancepartsimages.com/dbImages/i/00003109/Cycling-Thermostat-WE4M181-00935553.jpg" alt="Cycling Thermostat WE4M181 Main Product View" width="417" height="327"/> this sends the power to the timer in automatic cycle when the clothes start drying so it will advance to the cool down cycle. you can order this at this link. http://www.repairclinic.com/PartDetail/Cycling-Thermostat/WE4M181/276464?modelNumber=DVLR223EE0WW Its $28.00, its located on the blower assembly inside the dryer in the front. hope this helps, happy holidays, thanks , Bryan
Thank you for your help. I will be ordering it today.
I was thinking it was that or the control timer but did not wnat to spend the money on both. Also according to the electrical schematic, would this be what they call the CONTROL INLET?