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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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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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Replaced heating element and thermostat mounted on it. Still no heat. Heating element was bad for sure. What else could it be?

Chris for Model Number WED5100VQ1

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One part of my heating element has burned I am trying to replace the bottom part of the unit. I used the number 279838. Is it compatable with my dryer?

Evelyn for Model Number rex5634kq8

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