I am having trouble installing part # AP3131941 can you help?
Answer Hello Joe. One side of this goes onto the heater terminal and the other connects to the wire. You will pull the old one off the heater leg to remove and then put the new one in it's place. Hope this helps.
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Dryer runs but does not heat and timer does not cycle.
Answer Hello Richard,
This will be caused by either a bad heating element 279838, a wiring harness issue, or a bad centrifugal switch in the motor 279827.
My dryer is cutting off before the cycle is done. When I open the door it is very hot inside. I was told it is a safety feature to keep it from overheating. What would cause the dryer to overheat? What would I need to replace to correct this issue?
In any case where the unit is taking longer to dry or overheating, the first thing to check would be the dryer venting from the blower wheel of the unit all the way to the outside of the home. The venting getting clogged would cause this issue. If the venting checks ok then the cycling thermostat would be the most likely cause for failure.