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    • Part Number: AP4289905
    • MFG Part Number: Y308612
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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My dryer comes on and makes a noise (like some foreign object in inside) and will need 3 or 4 cycles to dry a load of clothes. How to I check to be sure it is the element before I place an order?

Ruth for Model Number mde7057ayw

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What are the differences between heater sub-assembly #AP4289905 and heater assembly #AP4038069?

Dick T. for Model Number LDE6914ACE

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I replaced the gas coils, thermal fuse and thermostat. The dryer seems to still take a while to get hot. It seems warms at first then at the end of the cycle is hot. Time for drying seems longer than "normal." Any suggestions on what the problem might still be?

Robert G for Model Number 110.74882401

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How do I know if the dryer has a thermal fuse heat shield or not in order to buy the correct element?

Cornelia C for Model Number MDE9316AYW

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I have a maytag neptune electric dryer that is not working correctly. Here is what I have found. The dryer will turn on, the drum will spin but there is not air movement and the heating element is not heating either ( I have front off and door off and I'm turning the dryer on, I know not recommended). I have replaced the entire heating element and shroud with in the last year. What should I be looking for now.

Ernie for Model Number MDE3000AYW

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How practical would it be to convert a Maytag Neptune gas dryer to electric? Would the electric heater assembly fit? Is the computer board specific to the heat source? I don't have natural gas available where I live, I realize I could convert the dryer to propane easily enough, but I fear it would cost a fortune to run, and there is no propane line in the laundry area.

Mmcginty for Model Number MDG5500WW

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During the past few months, our dryer was not getting hot enough to dry the clothes. I cleaned out the ductwork to the exterior, plus I cleaned out as much as I could get to inside the dryer, no change, still less heat. A day or two ago the dryer stopped making any heat at all, but the blower works, and the inside rotates. Any suggestions on what part, or parts, I should obtain to start my repairing? Sid

Sid for Model Number Maytag LDE8404ACE

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My dryer is not getting hot enough also. It takes 2 full runs to dry fully. All the vents are cleared, The heating coils are all glowing full when on. I just replaced the moisture sensor & the high temp thermostat. Yes I cleaned out the lint filter area & the blower wheel is turning. The moisture sensor light used to always show high, but now just the low light. Please help.

Jamie for Model Number mde7657ayw

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My dryer is not putting out any heat, so I am assuming I need the heating sub assembly?

Debbie

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I replace the heater sub-assembly, I replace the thermostat, I made sure all the vents are clear, I made sure my 220 bracker is on. But the dryer still does not get hot enough. At the "more dry" position the timer do not move. Is it possible for the heater assembly to partically work? A bad heater assembly?

Guest

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