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    • Part Number: AP2619954
    • MFG Part Number: WE11M23
    • Made by: GE
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How can I be sure that the heating element is defective? I checked the power cord and the circuit breaker. Is there anything else I can do before buying the part, and are there any return options if the part doesn't fix the problem?.

Lou C for Model Number DBSR453EB3WW

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Can you put up a video or video's showing how to check for continuity on the heating element, and also how to check all of the thermostats especially the hi limit one? Thanks

Rob for Model Number DBXR463ED-1W

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How do you get to the heating element asembley and remove it?

Terence for Model Number dx2300ee1ww

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When I follow instructions to find part number for the heating element, it shows AP2619954. When I use function to check compatibility, it says "not compatible" What gives?

Forrest A for Model Number DPSQ475ET0AA

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I have taken the dryer apart and I know the outer coil is broken. Would you recommend getting the heating assembly or the restring coil?

Tim for Model Number DWXR478ET3WW

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Our dryer is dry clothes slower and slower. We checked the Vents both behind the dryer into the wall and up on the roof and they were all clear. Do you think the heating element is going out? Thanks

Ada for Model Number dhdsr46ee1ww

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I have this GE dryer that still wont heat after changing Bias Thermostat. What else should I do? David

David for Model Number DBXR453ET5WW

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My GE dryer has no heat. The dryer turns and will run for hours (would never stop without interference) but the load may take all day to dry, because there is no heat whatsoever. Do I need an element and is it something that I can replace myself, or do I need to hire an appliance repairman to complete the job. If I have someone come to do the job, how long should I expect it to take? It appears that the part is about $100. The dryer I have is about 10 years old (maybe more). I put $150 in it this summer and now it looks like I could be spending that again or more. Will I be throwing good money after bad to do another repair? Should I just begin looking for a replacement machine?

Wendy for Model Number GE DHDSR46EE1WW

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Dryer dries on low but no quick dry on high seems like high coil is out but do not know.

Mike W for Model Number NBXR453EV0WW

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I installed WE11M23 Heating Element, I also found a high limit open. Where do I find part number to order high limit. Bennie

Bennie for Model Number GE DPS862OEC4WW

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