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    • Part Number: AP4294403
    • MFG Part Number: Y503978
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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My dryer has no heat when running. All the sensors and thermostats have continuity. The heater has no Breaks in the wire and it has continuity and an ohms test shows infinity at 9.7 . The wire on the heater at the thermostat end has 120volts when disconnected from the heater, but there is no voltage showing on the other terminal on the heater or wire that comes from it that goes to the motor. Should this wire (motor side) show 120 volts when the thermostat side wire of the heater is disconnected? If the heater is getting 120 voltage from the thermostat end, shouldn't it be heating?

Bobby for Model Number lea30aw

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On the heating element part # AP4294403 on the back of it where there are two separate connectors where wires get connected. My question is: is where i can test to see if the element itself is working? The coil look to be fine and i tested the fuses attached to the heater and the 2 test ok. Thanks

Deb for Model Number ALE331RAW

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My Maytag dryer is heating but the drum inside is not turning. What is more than likely wrong with it?

Jimmy F for Model Number SDE2606AYW

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I have a Maytag Dryer. I am wondering how many heating elements it has. Thank you.

Jimmy for Model Number SDE2606AYW

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My the black wire connected to heating element is fried, but the element still tests good for continuity. Although the clip prong in the pocelian is very loose. Would this loose prong actually cause the wire to fry, or do I need to keep trouble shooting?

Mary for Model Number DLE330REW

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I have a Maytag electric dryer model MDE308DAYW that has burned the bottom black wire going to the heating element right off. I cut the wire and replaced the little clip end on it and the dryer worked for a couple of loads and now the wire is burnt off again. Do I need a new heating element? Where the wire clipped into the heating element felt kind of loose in the white plastic insulator that it runs through. Is it supposed to be? Thanks you so much! Great website you have here :-)

Don for Model Number MDE308DAYW

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I noticed you have 2 different part number's for the Element and need to know which Part# will work on my Dryer (1st 2 digits of Serial# is 12)?

Robin for Model Number SDE3606AYW (Rev. 12)

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Ground wire to heat element burned in to......do I HAVE A BAD high limit thermal or a bad heat element?

Wendell for Model Number sde3606ayq

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Motor runs fine, no heat, thermal fuse has been replaced, any ideas?

Brian

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My dryer does not dry anymore on the medium heat setting, which I use for all my permanant press clothes. I put the clothes in set the dryer and come back when it shuts down (about 45 min or so) and my clothes are still wet. Which part should I look at replacing. Have already replaced the switch-temp part#wpl 40084201. Other heat cycles work fine, regular does seem to be a little hotter but that could be just me and it does seem to stay on a lot longer that usual.

Joyce for Model Number SDE4000AYW

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