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    • Part Number: AP3094254
    • MFG Part Number: 279838
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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What if I order part and it turns out too be wrong part do I have too pay return shipping and will I be reimbursed if you can't send me right part?

Robert M. for Model Number Ramajama83@live.com

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What should the OHM reading on the heater coil be. My dryer is not heating. I do not see any broken coil spots. I have checked the thermoset Sensors all are showing a closed condition. Also The Thermal fuse is okay.

Sam E for Model Number 11061202011 Kenmore

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What could cause dryer to trip breaker when starting heat cycle? Will not trip if set on air fluff.

Jim for Model Number LER4634JQ0

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I changed heating element dryer not getting hot.

Jeff for Model Number ned5500tq0

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Dear Sirs, I have replaced The heating element and the fuse and my dryer still does not give heat WHY?

Jay for Model Number IED44100SQ0

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I replaced the heating element on this dryer less then a yeaar ago and now it has stoped heating again. Did I just get a bad element or could there be something else that made it burn out so quickly?

Rob for Model Number 110.66812690

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The dryer was working then it stopped. The dryer was very hot. The top of the dryer was hot. It took quite a long time to cool off. I unplugged it/ The next day I plugged it back in and tried to get the dryer to work but it would not turn back on. However, when I tried to turn the dryer on I could hear a faint noise in the dryer like it wanted to turn on but could not. I'm not sure what's caused this issue. Please help

Rose for Model Number MEDC400VW0

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This is my second dryer that just quit heating up. My first dryer went twice, and I replaced the heating element twice. I then received a new to me dryer about 5-6 months ago, and now this dryer wont heat up either. Could this just be my luck with dryers or could there be something else going on?

Brenda for Model Number REX3514pq0

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I noticed the dryer had run for over an hour. I checked the timer and it did not move. I checked the heat element. It was not heating up. I replaced timer-no help. I checked element leads outside the element box. Had 240 v. Then I removed the box and checked the element wires as they came through the box. 240 v. Would the bad element cause the timer not to run???

Rod for Model Number REX6634RQ1

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I repaired the heating element because it was blown out and not working. Unit will still not work.

Soledad A for Model Number 279838

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