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Part Number: AP5177831
MFG Part Number: W10219016
Made by: Whirlpool
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Genuine Whirlpool part. Whirlpool brands include Whirlpool, Maytag, KitchenAid, Jenn-Air, Amana, Magic Chef, Admiral, Norge, Roper, and others. See all items in Dryer Door, Door Glass & Parts.
Whirlpool also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore.

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Part Number W10219016 (AP5177831) replaces 1937402, AH3494371, EA3494371, PS3494371.

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The lint trap was inserted backwards and lint doors both broke trying to remove it Amy R. • Grand Lake, CO • August 18, 2014

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I have a Whirlpool Dryer (Model WED70HEBW0) from Lowe's. The lint screen does not sit flush in the dryer like it is supposed to. Seems like it's either the wrong screen or there is something inside that is preventing it from going in all the way. Is this a common issue? Is it as simple as just cutting away some of the excess plastic to make it sit down in better? The screen I have looks the same as the one listed as a replacement on this site.

Mike for Model Number WED70HEBW0


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Bought this electric dryer new at Home Depot and found two of part number w10219016 at bottom of lint screen compartment. What is this for and where does it go? Looks like they are broken at one end.

Lorina E. for Model Number WED70HEBW0


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Similar to another poster, I loosened and removed two screws on the front of the housing, and two on the inside (inside the dryer), yet neither the outlet grill nor housing would come out so that I could replace one of the doors (end piece broke when cleaning out lint from drum with a flat vacuum hose). Seems like there's still something holding the housing in. Now what?

Charles for Model Number MED6000XW2


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Sounds like we need multiple springs; we were able to find only one when removing the jammed lint screen. How many springs are required when replacing both lint doors W10219016, and do you sell the springs, too? Thanks!

Jessica for Model Number MED8000AW0


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I have the same model as KLAUS with the same problem: broken lint doors (W10219016). I have read the instructions to him. Unfortunately, I can only find 2 screws on the inside of the vent assembly and only see 2 screws on the schematic. I can not remove the plastic vent assembly to properly install the new doors and springs. Can you tell me where the third screw is or how to release the assembly so it can be removed? Thanks.

Jeffp for Model Number MED6000AW0


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I have a Whirlpool gas dryer (WGD88HEAC) and I put the lint screen in the wrong direction and broke both lint "doors" (part W10219016), specifically the tabs in the middle that held them in place. I was able to keep the springs and have ordered new parts. I have read all the comments about the other models and was wondering if you had specific instructions for this model on how to replace these two doors. Thanks!

Adam for Model Number WGD88HEAC


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