Kenmore DLE2516 Parts List

DLE2516 LG Dryer Parts List

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Part Number PS8260240

This part is sold individually. The drum support roller is found in your dryer. It is used to hold the drum in place in the cabinet while letting the drum rotate on the support rollers. It is recommended that you replace both rollers at once. You may notice that this part needs to be replaced if you are experiencing a squeaking noise, which could be due to the bearing going bad. The bearing could be severely damaged if you hear a very loud thumping noise, much like you would when you are drying a pair of shoes.

Part Number PS3527578

The lint filter in your dryer is used to collect lint as it passes through the dryer vent. If you notice that your dryer is not providing enough heat, or if it takes too long to dry, you may need to replace the lint filter. You should also replace the lint filter if you notice it is damaged during regular maintenance. Many of our customers have rated this repair as easy. To complete the repair, simply remove the old lint filter and replace it with the new one. You may want to use a flat head screwdriver to remove any residual lint before you install the new filter.

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Part Number PS3530485

This thermal fuse acts as a high-limit thermostat, and shuts off the heating element when the dryer overheats by cutting off power to the dryer. If the thermal fuse has blown, the dryer will not start. These fuses cannot be reset, so if yours has blown, you will need to replace it. A common reason for the thermal fuse to blow on a dryer is if the exhaust vent on your dryer is restricted or blocked. Hot air will be confined in the dryer and the fuse will trip and stop the electricity from flowing to the gas valve or heating element.

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Part Number PS3529161

The sensor controls the temperature in your dryer and will turn off once your clothes have reached the desired dryness level. If you notice that your dryer is not giving off enough heat to dry the clothes or is taking too long to dry, this may indicate that a repair to the senor is required. To access this part, you will need to remove the front bulk head. To remove this, you will need to remove the screws securing the top. Uninstall the screws that support the control panel and lift. Remove screws holding the support bracket in place so you can detach this piece. Detach the wire harness and remove the wire, then set the bracket aside. You will now open the dryer door and release it by taking out the bottom two screws. Disconnect the wire harness and moisture sensor wire harness, remove screws from front bulk head, and remove screws that secure the duct housing. You should be able to completely remove the bulk head. You will find the sensor underneath the lint filter grill, which will also need to be removed.

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Part Number PS3529026

This dryer thermistor temperature sensor helps monitor and regulate the temperature inside a dryer. This part includes the wire harness. If your dryer overheats, does not produce enough heat, or takes too long to dry, then the thermistor might be defective or damaged. This can cause a fault code and could begin either prolonging or shortening drying time. As a safety precaution, make sure to unplug the dryer from the power source before beginning this installation, and wear gloves to protect your hands. Refer to the installation instructions provided by the manufacturer for further guidance.

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Part Number PS11705916

The belt wraps the length of the dryer drum, secured by a tension pulley and then loops around the motor pulley. If you find that the drum is not turning properly or at all while your dryer is in succession, it might be due to the belt being broken.

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Part Number PS8747887

The thermostat is a part for your dryer, and it is roughly 1 inch long by roughly 1.5 inches wide. The purpose of the thermostat is to measure the temperature of the air inside your dryer drum. As the air is being measured, it will turn the heat on or off in order to maintain a stable temperature within the drum. The most common reason you would need to replace your thermostat is if your dryer is not receiving enough heat, or any heat at all.The tools you will need to complete this repair include a Phillips screwdriver, and a flat-head screwdriver.

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Part Number PS3519694

Located just inside the dryer door. The guide cover (or grill cover) is where the hot air circulates through the appliance. This part may crack or become damaged over time, causing clothes to get caught on it while it is in motion. Open the dryer door, remove the lint screen, and remove the screen using your screwdriver. Line up the new grill cover with the moisture sensor and the housing on either side, and it should snap into place. Once it is firmly in place, use your screwdriver to put the screws back in.

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Part Number PS3530481

The high limit thermostat on your dyer prevents your dryer from overheating. When the dryer heats up too much, the high limit thermostat will sense it and automatically shut off the heating element. If the thermostat is malfunctioning, it will need to be replaced, to avoid more serious issues. This product is an OEM part, direct from the manufacturer.

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Part Number PS3527790

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Part Number PS3522843

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Part Number PS3524629

The filter guide is found in your dryer and is what houses and supports the lint screen located in the exhaust air duct. This part is located at the bottom part of the dryer opening. The housing is approximately 14 inches long and 5 inches wide, with a moon shape on the top where the lint trap goes. The filter guide may break of wear down over time and with repeated use, and may need to be replaced. This OEM part comes right from the manufacturer and is sold individually.

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Part Number PS3522851

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