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Dishwasher Heating Element

Part Number: AP4365388
MFG Part Number: WD05X10010
Made by: GE
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$54.30
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Genuine GE part. GE brands include General Electric, Hotpoint, RCA, and others. See all items in Dishwasher Heating Element.
GE also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore.

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Part Number WD05X10010 (AP4365388) replaces WD05X10005, 1472685, AH2339976, EA2339976, PS2339976, WD5X10005.

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Dishwasher is not heating water for the heated dry, added heat, sanitize, or steam features. Replaced heating element part # WD05X10010 which I ordered from you (Excellent service and speed!!!). The heating element still does not seem to be functioning. Help!

Craig W. for Model Number GLC5604V00WW

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The dishwasher is not drying, I have checked continuity in the heating element and it checks out fine no open circuit, but does not get hot. the vent flap motor rotates the flap at the beginning of the dry cycle. The vent blower motor did not come on during the dishwasher cycle.

Jeff N for Model Number zbd0710k10ss

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How do I install a replacement heating element?

Fitz for Model Number AP4365388

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I saw in a post on the heating element that the resistance should be around 21. I am using a multimeter with range from 200, 2K, 20K, 200k, 2M, and 20M. When i use the 200 setting (lowest setting), I get 15 ohms. My dishes aren't dry and the water is cold when I open it up in mid cycle. Does this mean my heating element is bad? I put the tester on continuity and it buzzed and gave me a reading of 9. Hate to spend $60 if I am buying the wrong part. Thanks.

Bill for Model Number Gld4560n00ss

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Our heating element isn't working. We just took it apart and one end is fried. The wire that connects to it also is fried. So two questions . . . Why would it fry? Where can I get a new wire?

J P for Model Number GLD5708VOOWW

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The heating element stayed on after the cycle completed.

Bob for Model Number GLD6560L00SS

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