How to Replace Heating Element in Dryer?


Once you have unplugged the dryer you can open up the housing. Now unscrew the heating element and replace. Reassemble the housing before testing.
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1. Most front load dryers have a heating element that is in the very back of the dryer. Move the dryer to a large open area where you can do the work. Lay the dryer down on the front
1 Unplug the dryer. Ad 2 Take off dryer exhaust hose and remove the back panel. 3 Look at the back of the dryer. On the right side, you'll see a long metal (probably gray) housing
This is a fairly simple procedure. Just follow these steps: 1. UNPLUG the dryer. Dangerous voltage is still present even with the dryer turned off. 2. Turn the dryer around so you
Be extremely careful. If you don't know what you are doing then just take it to a repair shop, it's not expensive for them to check it out. They will also clean out all the lint that
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