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Heater Assembly
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PartSelect Number PS3527790
Manufacturer Part Number 5301EL1001H
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Spencer from SHALIMAR, FL
Dryer would turn on but no heat to dry clothing
Unplugged dryer, pled forward to get access to back of dryer. Removed screws, enabling top, front control clip. door panel to be taken off. Lift out drum, replace heater assembly. drum belt, thermistor. Cleaned entire interior and reassembled, working good as new. All parts fit and were a exact match. Read more...
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Heating Element and Housing
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PartSelect Number PS265565
Manufacturer Part Number WE11M23
Note: The insulators on the housing are NOT sold separately.
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  • No heat or not enough heat
  • Takes too long to dry
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Installation Instructions
Brian from Clinton, MO
Heater element went out
First of all, unplug the dryer. I removed the two screws on the front of the cabinet to remove the top. I then took out the screws to remove the dial panel. Release the belt for the drum through the access hole in the rear of the dryer. Remove the front cover and pull the drum assembly out.

Remove the element disc from the rear of the housing, take note of the the wireing placement. Replace disc and reverse order of disassembly.

This job was easy for me as I am a tinkerer by nature. The hardest part of the whole job was waiting on the part, which by the way was ordered on a Sunday evening and I had the replacement in my hands and back in the dryer running by 1:00 PM on the following Tuesday!

I book marked this website and WILL refer it to others who simply need a repair, not a costly new appliance!
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$107.16
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Heating Element & Housing Assembly
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PartSelect Number PS9494500
Manufacturer Part Number WE11X20397
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$125.35
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MICA HEATER
PartSelect Number PS8756702
Manufacturer Part Number WE11M10001
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$159.15
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Heating Element Coil with Housing - 240V
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PartSelect Number PS265613
Manufacturer Part Number WE11X103
They are all strung with a coiled wire made of a nickel and a chrome alloy. This wire receives, but resists, a controlled electric current and as a result, the wire heats up. The heat produced is used to dry the clothes in your dryer
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Joshua from Cardington, OH
no heat
had to remove top of dryer 2 phillops screws at top in the door opening. flip top out of way take 2 screws out of insides that hold the front on. un hook all plugs and remove front of dryer. once u have did this you need to remove the drum by pulling it out of the bearing in the back un hook the belt from the motor and remove the drum this should expose the element 4 screws and 3 wire to remove it. installation is the same Read more...
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Heater Coil Restring Kit - carries 250 volts
PartSelect Number PS265622
Manufacturer Part Number WE11X261
This heating element coil restring kit is intended for use with many of GE's brands of electric clothes dryers. It carries 250 volts, and includes two coils.
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Heater Element Coil Kit
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PartSelect Number PS265605
Manufacturer Part Number WE11X10007
This is a restring kit only. This kit includes the 2 coils, insulators and coil supports.
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  • No heat or not enough heat
  • Takes too long to dry
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Installation Instructions
Terry from Columbus, IN
Dryer would run, but did not produce heat
I confirmed the dryer wasn't making any heat by running it for a few minutes, then opening the door. The air was cool, so I knew it wasn't making heat. I searched on Google and discovered that it could be the thermostat control or heating element. I began by unplugging the dryer from the 220 plug and moving it into the garage. I then unscrewed the top four Torx screws that hold the control panel in place. I immediately started to take lots of pictures of the wiring with my digital camera because I have no idea how to read a wiring diagram and knew I would never be able to remember which wire plugged into the appropriate control. Trust me, this is the smartest thing I've ever done. I unplugged all connections and draped the wires out of the way. Then removed the control panel completely and put it on my workbench. Then I unscrewed the top panel which exposes the drum. I was really surprised to learn how simple a dryer really is. I then unscrewed the front panel with the door. There are 3 or 4 wires that you will need to disconnect on the left side of the door. You can then remove the front door panel and set it up against a wall or whatever. At this point the front of the drum is NOT supported so it will rest on the small bottom panel in the front. Then you have to release the tension of the belt around the drum, which is easy enough to do. Just reach through the front, under the drum and pull the tension toward the right side of the dryer. This will release the tension and you should be able to slide the belt off of the roller. You may also have to unscrew the sides of the dryer panels in the front so that you can pull the drum out. It's fairly lightweight, just big and awkward. Once the drum was out, I could clearly see that both heating coils were burnt in two. There are some wires you'll need to disconnect on the element housing then there are 4 screws that hold the housing to the back of the dryer. Unscrew these and pull the element out. From there, I just followed the directions that came with the heating coil parts and reinstalled new coils. Once the coils are in place, just work backward putting things back together. Now, when you take the dryer apart, it's a GREAT idea use compressed air or a vacuum to blow or suck out all of the lint inside. I also blew out the electric motor and got everything all nice and clean inside. I also vented my dryer directly into my garage. It's an electric dryer so no dangerous fumes. Plus side to this is that I'll have heat in my garage during the winter months. Also, instead of the dryer venting 50+ feet out the side of the house, it now vents 3 feet to the garage. The dryer will now dry a full load of clothes on MEDIUM heat in 50 minutes. It used to take 80 minutes on high heat. This is a difficult fix, but if you take your time and lots of pictures, you can do it and save yourself a ton of money. Read more...
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$88.50
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Heater Coil Element with Housing
PartSelect Number PS959955
Manufacturer Part Number WE11M27
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$262.82
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Heating Element with Housing
PartSelect Number PS266039
Manufacturer Part Number WE14X10015
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Kristian from Jackson, WY
No Heat!
Unplug power. Take the top off. Take front off, unplug the two wire connections. Undo belt from back access. Pull up on drum and remove. Unscrew 4 screws that hold on the element housing, remove. Reverse steps to put back together. Read more...
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$323.58
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HEATER Assembly
PartSelect Number PS2577670
Manufacturer Part Number WE11X10019

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