Whirlpool Thin Twin stackables low heat on dryer

Good Evening,
Been trying to find a block diagram for this washer and dryer set but cannot. Just need to know if anyone knows where the operating thermostat may be on this unit. It is not heating very well but it is heating. Vacuumed all the lint out of the back of it, and also have checked for clear venting which it does have. Any suggestions folks?
Thanks Greg ki4bbl AT cox DOT net
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G. Doughty wrote:

thermostat
for clear

Hi,
No model# posted....but the operating thermostat should be on the fan blower....the safety/high limit thermostat(s) are nomally on the heating element cage.

Grounded heating element( if electric ), poor air flow ( dryer ducts, venting ducts, drum seals ), thermostat(s).
jeff. Appliance Repair Aid http://www.applianceaid.com /
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Operating thermostats are not usually responsible for a low heat problem, but anything is possible. You might want to check the lint filter cavity to see if it is clear.
Gas or electric? Model number? How long is the vent? 120 volts or 240 volts?
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Ran into this on one of these once, found the lint filter (in the back of the drum) completely plugged. Customer (Mexican chap, "no habla Ingles") didn't realise it was there. Managed to explain it to him by demonstration.
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