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PartSelect Number PS11740730
This filter collects lint as it passes through the dryer vent.
This part works with the following brands: Whirlpool, Admiral, Estate, Inglis, Kenmore, KitchenAid, Roper, Maytag, Crosley, Jenn-Air, Hardwick, Magic Chef, Amana, Caloric & Glenwood.
This part fixes the following symptoms:
I purchased a new screen from partselect.com and replaced the old one with it. The screen arrived quickly, was exactly what I needed, and the price was reasonable. This is a great website to use if you are having trouble locating the parts you need to repair your appliance.
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Ordered new lint trap; told husband to change it.
The plastic frame was cracked, which caused a small tear in the lint filter screen. This allowed lint to escape from the filter, and get into other areas of the dryer. It was taking longer and longer to dry our clothes. When we found partselect on line, and ordered the replacement part, we were pleased with the ease of ordering on line, then impressed by the follow up emails confirming the order, then letting us know the part had shipped, how to track the shipment and within a couple of days it arrived!!! In less than a week, problem solved! Thanks!
Took out the old screen filter and put in the new one. Perfect fit! I received the part real quick too! I'm very happy, I would purchase from you again. Thank you, Linda
Very easy to fix. just replaced the lint trap
ther were several items, the upper dryer was not heating. I took the front off the lower dryer and basically kept on removing parts until I got to the smaller heating element. I tested the heating element for 120vac, found nothing. there are two heat sensors, thermal cutout switch and a thermal fuse. I bypassed the fuse using the existing wiring to see if the thermal switch was bad. i set the heating element on the floor which is cermamic, no worries about heat. I also had to trick the doors to think they were shut and keep the small blower motor able to run. When i ran the upper dryer everythig worked, which told me the thermal fuse blew. i let it run to see if the thermal switch would cuttoff at the right temp. I set the meat thermometer on top of the heating element to get a rough reading. The switch cut out at about 250 degrees, but in the meantime, the small blower motor bearings sounded like they were burning out. Eventually the motor locked up. This explains with the thermal fuse went, there was no airflow after the motor locked up. so i ordered a new motor and picked up a new fuse. put it all back together and all is well. Wifey was happy.
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