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    • Part Number: AP2947033
    • MFG Part Number: 3387747
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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How to gain access to the heater element to check voltage to the element.

Jon for Model Number MED5801TW

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I removed the heating element. I do not have a meter to ck. The coils are ok. The panel has 3 cracks. Do I need to replace it?

Jesse for Model Number WED9150WW0

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My dryer is not heating at all. I would like to know what is going on and where is the location entry to repair it.

Drew H. for Model Number DEQ9800Pb1

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My wife is reporting that the Dryer is not drying as fast as it used to. Are there mutliple heating elements in this dryer? If not, then since it is getting a fair amount of heat (IMO), then what might be the reason for decreased drying. Am I correct in presuming that if it is one element, it will either be on or off, and that it does not have a partially working state. Thank you.

Oneor M for Model Number GEW1950PW1

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The Dryer is not heating up. I have a test light but no meter. there is power to the heating element but it is not heating up at all. Is this proof that the heating element has failed or could it be something else? The heating element has no obvious faults or broken coils.

Kelly D for Model Number 11063032101

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my model no. is 110.66924500 how do i get the box off to get to the heating element

J for Model Number 110.66924500

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HI, I have been reading the forums trying to diagnose my dryer as the heat stopped working, I have the manual as well, I have done as the manual as instructed when recieving no heat 1, checked resistance between red wire at thermal cut off to red wire at heater, there is no resistance which tells me either the thermal cut off or the heater element attatchment is not working, I do not know which one it would be so I was hoping you can help as to which one you think it might be. I also followed both those red wires back to there origin, the one seems to come straight from the main power plug in on the wall and the other seems to run into the drive motor under the drum. I have checked the resistance between the red and white wire from heater to high limit thermostat and have resistance and also checked the black wire from the high limit thermostat and thermal cut off and ahve resistance there as well, so I assume that all of those connections are fine. I have checked the main plug and have 120 on each side and 240 total coming from the breaker so I am good there. Thank you for any help.

Linc for Model Number Whirlpool duet part no 8558724 dryer

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I received the part (heating element) that I ordered from your company, but I need to know where I can access the old element.

Gregg for Model Number Kenmore electric dryer/11086984810

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Hello, My dryer is spinning but the air is not hot. The vent is clear. Iam not sure if it is the heating element or thermostat fuse of thermostat cutoff. Can you help diagnose the problem? Also, do I access the element through the fron kick panel or from the rear? Thanks, Jim

Jim for Model Number whirlpool model LEQ8611LW1

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How do I access the heating element, back of the dryer had screws which I took off but still won't come loose, seems like small welds. Help.

Tr for Model Number GEQ9800LWI

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