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    • Part Number: AP3094254
    • MFG Part Number: 279838
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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Hello, I change the heating element (was broken) and all fuses are OK. Still no heat. What can I do next? Thank you, Laura.

Laura for Model Number LEB6300PW0- Whirpool dryer

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My dryer would only work in low heat/fluff cycle and now will not start at all. I already changed out the thermal fuse.

Joe for Model Number AED4475TQ1

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My dryer wont always turn off unless I unplug it. It has burned up 2 thermal fuses.

John for Model Number Kenmore 11069422801

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I keep hearing a buzzing sound coming from my dryer, but the dryer buzzer is in the off position. Any thoughts as to why or where this is coming from? I have replaced the heating element in the past and I am about to order another one for replacement, but I'm not sure if that might be related.

Jake for Model Number LER6620PQ0

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My Estate dryer heating element has two thermals attached and is welded, no screws to detach what must I do?

Vince for Model Number TEDL200A

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My whirlpool dryer LER5636Q0 still gets warm but takes several restarts to dry my clothes. I cleaned the Vent from unit to outside Would this be the dryer heating element?

Dale for Model Number LER5636EQ0

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I am needing to replace all 3 thermostats, and probably the heating element as well. I watched the videos, but my connections are a bit different. I only have 2 wires, (not 3 or 4, and NO orange wire) where the Hi-Limit thermostat connects to the heating element connector. One connects to the top of the Hi-Limit thermostat, the other connects to the right side of the heating element connector. There is no wire that connects to the other side of the heating element connector. What parts do I need in order to replace all these thermostats and heating element?

B for Model Number Kenmore Series 80 Dryer 11066842501

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I have changed the heating element in my dryer, but it is not drying. Do you think the thermostat may be bad? By the way, the heating element was bad, it had a crack in it.

Wain for Model Number MEDC400VW0

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My dryer has stopped heating and I was trying to check the heating element with a multimeter before going to get a part. I watched your video on checking and replacing the heating element and noticed you have 3 wires connecting the heating element and mine only has 2. The two bigger wires. I do not see the orange colored smaller wire on the other side of the thermostat on my dryer but I don't see an extra wire that's unplugged either.

Michael S for Model Number 11068632700

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My dryer was working fine then just quit getting hot will this be the heating element?

Keith for Model Number Roper dryer

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