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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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I have an 3 years old electric Inglis dryer (by Whirlpool with this exact element). I do have heat , lots of it but the heating element have started rattling a little (noise) after like 10 minutes in the cycle. Question is: could that mean the heating element is about to fail ?

Max for Model Number Inglis IED4400

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I noticed that the dryer had stop running and smelt a burning smell. I opened it and checked the lent collector and it hadn't been cleaned. I cleaned it and let it cool off but still does not work ?

Scott P for Model Number HYE2460AYW

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Video was perfect, excellent simple instructions. The heating element you showed is just exactly like mine. I found a break in the spiral wire that turns red and heats up after I did my continuity test. So the element is bad and I ordered my new one with you guys. My question is I only have a two (2) wire hook up on my element and yours showed three (3) wires. I looked for another just in case it fell off but there is not one. It works O.K. with the two what would the third be for? They must have made them with two at sometime. The dryer is 10 years old. Thanks guys you were a very big help and saved us a lot of money. GOOD customer service all the way around!!!!!!

Tim for Model Number Whilpool Ultimum 11

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Is this heating element compatible with whirlpool dryer model LER4600PQ0?

Laura for Model Number LER4600PQ0

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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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