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    • Part Number: AP3094254
    • MFG Part Number: 279838
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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How to replace this heating element?

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My whirlpool dryer (ler6634dqo) still gets hot but takes several restarts to dry my clothes. Would this be the dryer heating element?

Lisa

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Does my model have only one heating element and is it necessary to change the connection wires when changing the heating elements?

Vinnie for Model Number whirlpool LER6611LQ0

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Where is the heating element for the gas dryer and how do I change it?

Larry for Model Number GAS182G2A1

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My dryer doesn't get as hot as it use to. We took it apart & the heating element shows some wear but nobody seems to have this model. We only have two wires coming from the element. Is the part number 279838 to replace this? I have an Electric dryer.

Doris for Model Number LE/GQ8857H

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Put in the new heat element that I got in from you all today cleaned out the lint from fan area and intake but still does not heat up at all. There were only 2 wires to connect both red no orange wire as shown in video. advice?

Ltdan for Model Number LER8857EZ1

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The dryer does not heat and the timer does not work now. Do I get a heating element or a thermal fuse?

Sandra T for Model Number LER3624.JQ1

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I replaced the heating element thanks to your excellent video. The old unit did heat but would not dry as it once did. the old unit coils were black, but didn't appear to be shorted. How many ohms should I read across the coil?

Robert D for Model Number ler8620pgo

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After a few years of problem-free use, our dryer started setting the circuit breaker (240 v, 30 amp) after about 10-15 minutes of drying. The dryer will not shut down when the no heat option is on, but sets off the breaker with low or high heat. Any ideas about what might be the problem with the dryer? The circuit breaker seems ok (but I am checking it too). Thanks

Rob H. for Model Number MEDC400VW0

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My dryer will heat sometimes and not heat others. When I switch to a different setting it may or may not work. We just keep picking different settings until we finally find one that heats...it varies day to day. Today, it has quit working all together.

Marielle for Model Number EED4400WQ0

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