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    • Part Number: AP4294403
    • MFG Part Number: Y503978
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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My Amana Dryer is not putting out any heat. I took the heater Element out and see no breaks in the coil. Could I have another problem?

Guest for Model Number ALE643RBW

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The dryer has quit heating, so I assume it's the heating element. Where would I find it on this model to take it out? Also, could it be anything else. We have ruled out the fuse in our fuse box.

Rhonda for Model Number LEA90AW

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The breaker keeps blowing and it is not heating, is the heating element the problem?

James for Model Number MDE3706AYW

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Where are heating element and fuses located?

Randy for Model Number Pdet910

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The black wire from the heating element to the motor switch had burnt through twice. First time It happened I cut the wire back and replaced the spade connector, the same wire burnt through a second time, I thought the temperature limit thermostat wasn't working. I replaced the thermostat and the wire has burnt through again. I haven't checked the voltage at the outlet to see if I am getting 120VAC on each leg. Could the motor switch be bad and not sending 120VAC to that side of the element.

John for Model Number ALE643RBW

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How do I replace heating element?

Larry

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Got the new heating element, before we take the whole dryer apart, where is it located?

Mari for Model Number ALE331RAW

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The bottom black wire is completely fried off of the heating element to where it is no longer attached to the connector. This has happened before so I stripped the wire back and reattached to the connector. It ended up doing the same thing a few weeks later. There has to be a reason why this keeps happening but I don't know where to start looking and or testing.

Jonathan for Model Number MDE3706AYW

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I have admiral LE7121WM the dyer working and runs Its not getting heat and continue to run. Could this be the heat element or timer?

Admiral 59 for Model Number LE7121WM

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Hello,In a follow up to my other question, you are saying the heater needs 120 volts going TO it from both terminal wires on either end? The motor runs fine, so the problem is the black, wires "junction" box at the back of the motor? what is this called? is it available aside from purchasing the motor. Thank you

Bobby for Model Number lea30aw

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