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Mica Heater & Housing As

Part Number: AP5809968
MFG Part Number: WE11X20397
Made by: GE
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Genuine GE part. GE brands include General Electric, Hotpoint, RCA, and others. See all items in Dryer Heating Element.
GE also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore.

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Part Number WE11X20397 (AP5809968) replaces WE11M30.

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My dryer would not advance the timer on automatic setting Bruce W. • Taylor Lake Village, TX • March 15, 2015
Appliance: General Electric Electric Dryer DRSR495EG8WW

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Heating element needed replacement Shamel S. • Big Sandy, TX • December 22, 2014

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Ge dryer taking forever to dry clothes but the clothes were warm when removed Kenneth B. • Seymour, IN • November 17, 2014
Appliance: General Electric Electric Dryer DBVH520EJ2WW

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This dryer doesn't seem to work on the HIGH setting and after taking apart the dryer and testing everything all looks Okay except the heating element itself. I've turned on the dryer without the drum installed so I can see the heating element heat up and it doesn't see to heat all the way around. It only seems to heat up on the ends of each row of the MICA heating elements NOT in the middle area. Is this normal?

Eddie for Model Number DJXR433EC3WWEG6WW

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The top surface of the dryer is too hot.

Hugo C for Model Number DBXR463EG7WW

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The dryer warms up but it seems like it doesn't get hot enough. I'd like to be able to get it apart so I can test the heating coils and the thermostats and thermal fuse. How do I expose these parts?

Jeff W for Model Number DPSR610EG5WT

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Unit heats up OK but runs without stopping. On some settings, appears to be way too hot but won't stop running and heating regardless of the setting. Unit is approximately 3 years old.

Lloyd for Model Number GE gtdp300em0ws

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GE profile dryer used to dry a lot of clothes in 40-45 minutes, now as soon as you start it, it says 81 minutes. This started all at once, I wonder if one element could be burned out.

Mark for Model Number DPSE810EG7WT

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I am getting ready to order a new heating element for my GE Dryer. I noticed that there are 2 parts listed for this model. The first appears to be a standard heating assembly with housing (GE WE11M23) but the second is a mica heater with housing (GE WE11M30). Can either be used with this model? I've read that micathermic heaters are more efficient than traditional coils. Would it be worth changing to a micathermic heater assembly (assuming it will fit this model)? Do they last as long as a traditional coil assembly? What are the pros and cons?

Clint for Model Number GE Dryer DRSR495EG6WW

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