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    • Part Number: AP5690151
    • MFG Part Number: W10518394
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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After a spatula fell onto heating element during wash, the dishwasher quit heating water and drying. Is this likely to be the heating element, thermostat or thermal fuse?

Bill

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How do you remove the old heating element and replace it with the new one?

Paul

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What voltage?

Julio for Model Number w10518394

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What is the correct replacement heating element for Whirlpool Dishwasher Model # GU1500XTLB1? Your website says its W10518394 (AP5690151), but the compatibility tool on the website says that the W10518394 is not compatible. Thanks.

Jeff for Model Number GU1500XTLB1

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I noticed that dishes were still wetter than usual after a cycle. Upon inspection, I saw that there was an area of the heating element that looked like something had burnt onto it or destroyed it in some way. When I went to gently touch that area, the heating element literally broke apart right at that area. We ordered and replaced the heating element, and ran a normal cycle. All seemed to go OK, but I noticed that the dishwasher didn't seem to get as hot as it used to. When the cycle was complete and I opened the dishwasher, the temperature was definitely not as hot as I can remember it always being, and sure enough, the dishes are not that dry. Since the heating element was clearly broken, I am at a loss at what else it could be and where we go from here. Thank you!

Debra for Model Number WDF310PAAB2PAAWO

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The clean light is flashing on our dishwasher. We replaced the heating coil which was not working. Got everything hooked back up and that light does not go off. Is there a reset button somewhere? We checked the new element to make sure it was not the problem and it is fine.

Brad S for Model Number bradschmidt91@yahoo.com

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I just changed my heating element on a whirlpool dishwasher model # du810swpq3 and the water is still not getting hot. What else could it be? The float seems to work fine because the water is almost to the element. I'm at a loss. Thank you, James

James for Model Number du810swpq3

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Washer on new heating element is smaller in diameter then the original part

Kevin for Model Number Gu2400xtps3

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Is part# W10518394 correct for my dishwasher? Thank you.

Terry B for Model Number Whirlpool gu1500xtlb2

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when I order heating element does it come does it come with rubber washers or do I need to order separate?

Dave for Model Number gu1200xtlb3

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