Is this heating coil for 120v? Thanks.
Answer Josh, the heating coil 5300622032 is for 240v units. Thanks.
Wonder if you could tell how to tell if my heater element is 5/16 or 1/4?
Answer Hello Bizzy. Measure the ends where it plugs up to the wires. Either 1/4" or 5/16".
Drum turns, no heat but also no air flow. Would like to restring the coil if possible instead of more expensive assembly. Could the blower drum be loose and spinning freely on motor shaft.
It is possible that the blower wheel could be loose but not likely. You will want to check the blower wheel to make sure and make sure that the wheel is not clogged with lint.
What size heating coil do I need, what is the mfg no?
Answer JR, I've found model FEQ1442ES1. This model has a 5/16" terminal on the coil/housing. You'll use part number 5300622034. Thanks!
I am unable to locate, on your site, the coil I need for model no.# FDE4376HS0. Your assistance please.
Answer Hello Jay,
The heater assembly for the model number you listed is 131553900. If you are looking for just the restring kit for the heater the part number is 5300622034. This is assuming that you mis-took the G for a 6. The model number I looked up was FDE437GHS0. I looked it up because it was the only logical number to try once FDE4376HS0 came up as invalid.
Do I need the 1/4" or the 5/16" for model# crer7900as1?
Answer Hello Stephanie, you would need to look and see which size you have on your unit because either one could have been used in production. To be sure, you could order the element 5300622032 with 1/4" terminals and also order 1/4" terminal kit# TJMA02875-1. Thanks!