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    • Part Number: AP2619954
    • MFG Part Number: WE11M23
    • Made by: GE
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How do I change the heating element in this dryer?

Sam M. for Model Number gedpxr483ea1ww

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I am beginning to lose heat - needing to dry clothes longer. Is my problem with the heating element?

Pauline for Model Number DCXR453EVOWW

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My dryer runs but have no heat.I check the heating element have continuity,the thermostats have continuity,from the terminal block have 240volts from line1 to line2 and neutral line is 120 volts.When i check the voltages at the drum outlet thermostat and the end of heating element that connect to the biased control inlet ,there's no volt. When i turn the selector switch to cotton reg. heat ,it had 64v ,and i switch to delicates low heat ,it had 119v.There's low voltages at the heating element.Please help me to fix the problem ,thank you very much .

Mike for Model Number dpsr465ea0ww

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myGE dryer run but not heat at all,i check the voltage at terminal block ,it had 240v from l1 to l2 and neutral line 120v. the thermostats have continuity ,the heating element have continuity not grounded,when i turn the selector switch at cotton reg. heat,i put one probe at the red wire connect to safety left thermostat and another probe at the blue or white wire connect to the biased control inlet(another end connect to the heating element) it had 64v ,and switch to easy care med.heat,it had 119v,and switch to delicates low heat ,it had 119v ,and fluff no heat,it had 0.9v ,i checked while switching the timer dry on ,at the drum outlet thermostat attached to the blower with the red wire plug in ,i put the probe at the another end of this drum outlet and one probe at the end wire unplug of heating element it had 119v,but when i connect the white wire to the another end of drum outlet ,it had 0.9v and the same low voltage at both end of the heating element.I can not locate the motor switch,to check for the continuity and voltage.I want to order the part but i'm not sure which one need to.Please help me out the problem,thank you very much.

Mike for Model Number dpsr465ea0ww

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The dryer does not dry the clothes all the way. They come out damp. We set the cycle to the desired setting "Cottons - More dry" and it will run and shut off but the clothes are still a little damp? What gives?

Robert for Model Number DPSB613ED2WW GE Profile

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Dryer runs but wont heat. I assume the element is bad. If I order AP2620171, must I remove the drum to get to the element or can I get to the heating element assembly from the back? Just looking for the easiest may to install the element. thank you

Roy C. for Model Number DCSR473EV0WW

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Only one of my heating coils heats up. When I switch the power connector wire the one that wasn't working heats up and the one that was working doesn't. All thermostats have continuity. It appears that the grey wire from the control panel to the inner heat coil is the culprit. Please advise. Thanks - John

John for Model Number DPSB619ED2WW

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Can just the heating element be purchased?

Dickran B. for Model Number Dbxr453etoww

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After tackling other problems with our dryer yesterday we noticed it would not get hot after we put it back together. It had been on its side and moved around a lot. There was also a surge of power when we plugged the dryer back in. It blew a circuit, but we switched it back on then it wouldn't heat. Could this have caused the heating element to go out. When would you buy a restring coil kit versus the entire heating element? We are getting ready to check the thermal fuses, as well. Do you think the fuses should have kept the heating element from becoming fried?

Sulli for Model Number DPSE810EG0WT

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I have this GE Electric Dryer: Model # DDSR475ET4WW . This dryer is from around the 1997 timeframe. Works great otherwise. So far I"ve only had to replace the Green colored bearing slides. The high heat cycle seems to not be heating correctly. I can dry load of clothes on the medium (permanent press cycle) but when trying to use the High Heat Cottons cycle it seems to not work properly. I've cleaned all of the lint out of the ducts etc. but still performs the same. I can hold the door switch down watch it run and can see the glow of the heating element th back when on the medium setting. I switch it to cottons, high heat and the heating elements start to glow then after a very short period, say 10-15 seconds they shut off. Looks like a thermostat issue but I'm questioniong why would it continue to run on medium if it were a thermostat issue? Could be one of the heating coils? Any help is appreciated! Read more: http://forum.appliancepartspros.com/dryer-repair/408188-ge-dryer-heating-issue.html#ixzz1ksqyPdhY http://forum.appliancepartspros.com

KSHOWDE388 for Model Number DDSR475ET4WW

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