Level of DifficultyReally easy
Time to do repair15 - 30 mins
Age of ApplianceMore than 10 years
MARK From Bedford, OH
Feb 28, 2013
If your dryer does not run at all consider buying the thermal fuse with the tube. It is cheap and will save time if just the heater tube does not solve the problem.
1) Unplugged dryer.
2) Removed two screws on the front of the dryer panel under the door, swung bottom out and up to remove.
3) Removed one sheet metal screw in from of heater tube holding to base of unit.
4) Removed second sheet metal screw with nut driver that holds back of heater tube in to vent twoard back of dryer.
5) Carfully disconnected wires from heating element. and turn tube to gain access to screws on left and right sides of tube. Remove sub assemblies on sides of tube for thermal fuse. Just one screw for each, and they will lift off removeing tab from slot.
6) Vacumed out all oul lint.
7) Installed new heating tube by following above steps in revers order.
Tip, watch as you connect wires back on to tube. Make sure that they connect in the same place, and connect them in an order that will not interfear with re-assembly. I always take a picture with my cell phone before I disconnect anything, or draw a picture lableing wires and colors to positions. This job is very easy, and saves hundreds of dollars!!!
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Part Number: PS2200442