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    • Part Number: AP3094254
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I have replaced the heating element but I don't think the old one is bad. I checked the lint hose and outlet all clear. I checked the amp and the electrical outlet and they are reading 250. I am guessing that the problem is the fuses on the dryer. Is it possible for the fuses to go out slowly, because I lost heat over a period of time.

Teresa H for Model Number 11060852990

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My dryer was taking a long time to dry. After a few months it quit heating at all. I cleaned the dryer vent and the pipe and this didn't help. I didn't go outside and check because it is high up on the side of the house, but if you think this could be my problem I can check it out. I did buy and replaced the heating element I ordered from appliance parts pros website. after restarting the dryer I thought I smelled heat like it was going to work but it still isn't putting out heat. Please help. Do you think I could have a fuse problem? Everything else seems to be working fine.

Teresa H for Model Number 3403585

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The dryer wont turn on... I can hear the timer going but it will not turn on at all. I replaced the thermal fuse but still will not turn on... Is it the control board? thanks

Jill for Model Number LEB6300PW1

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Hi I bought this dryer used it worked the first twenty minutes then it quit heating. I tried a new heating fuse, that didn't work. Could it be the pig tail we had to put my old one on to fit in the socket on the wall I was going to order element next I just don't know. thanks

Connie for Model Number ler7848dq1

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My dryer runs but no heat. I have checked all thermostats and they are all closed. I checked the heating element and got a reading of 9.7 ohms. Voltage to the dryer is 242v and there is good air flow. I have also checked the contacts on the timer and I am getting a good reading across the terminals when they are required to be closed. WHAT ELSE TO DO? And could it still be the heat element?

Joe T. for Model Number MEDC200XW1

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My dryer was working ok but now it wont dry the clothes. Could it be the heating element?

Floyd for Model Number TEDX540RQ1

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I am trying find a new heating element.

Velmar for Model Number TEDS840PQ0

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I replaced the thermal fuse as well as the cycling thermostat and also the cut off thermal and still no heat. Do you think I need to replace the heating element ?

Gilbert for Model Number Ned5100tq1

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How many ohms of resistance should a Whirlpool dryer heating element have?

John for Model Number johngberg@cox.net

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I have a dryer that does not fully dry a load in one cycle. I have checked and the exhaust line is totally clear. I am not sure can it be a limit switch problem or maybe can the element be getting weak as it is been in use for about 7 years I have used my meter to run a test to see what temp I get when it is drying a load. Seems to cycle in a range from 130 high to a low of 119 but at the end of a load some clothes are still damp at the end of a full cycle in the auto sense mode. I also have 2 other machines in 2 other apartments that have the same problem It seems that all 3 are doing the same thing and all vents have been cleaned multiple times so I am sure that it is not an air flow problem.

Randy for Model Number rex5634pq0

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