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PartSelect Number PS11742505
Manufacturer Part Number WP4391960If your dryer is noisy, will not tumble, or is leaving marks on your clothes, you may need to replace the drum glide. The drum glide is installed on the front bulkhead either at the top or the bottom, regardless of the brand of dryer. To gain access to the drum glide, you will have to open the cabinet on the dryer. This drum glide is sold individually but it is important to note that they should be replaced in pairs. Before beginning this repair, it is important to disconnect the dryer from the power source. The tools required for this repair are a putty knife and a 5/16 nut driver.
Fixes these symptoms
- No heat or not enough heat
- Takes too long to dry
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Bill from Morristown, TN
Dryer quit heating. Suspected heating element was openUnplugged the 220 volt source. Disconnected the vent line from the back of the drier. Removed the six screws holding the back panel with a 1/4 inch nut driver. Tipped the drier up at a 45 degree angle against the wall to give better access to the inside. Removed the screws holding the two thermostats to the side of the heater box and laid them aside. Disconnected the two red power lines to the heater element. Removed the large screw at the top of the heater box and removed the flexible bracket holding the heater box, then lifted the heater box up and away from the drier. Removed the one screw holding the heater element inside the heater box and pulled out the old heating element. The old element was open as found using an ohmeter on the two main terminals. Threw away the old element. Removed the new heating element from the box and slid it into the heater box making sure to align the terminal bracket with the hole in the heater box for the reinstallation of the mounting screw. Tightened this screw. Remounted the heater box to the two mounting slots and reinstalled the flexible mounting bracket to the top of the heater box and installed and tightened the large screw holding this bracket. Cut off and removed the old electrical push-on terminals from the two red power wires for the heater element. These were discolored and oxidated from the conducted heat over the years of operation. Using the supplied short red leads with push-on terminals already installed, I wire tied these new leads to the existing red power leads and pushed them onto the heater element terminals. Rechecked the soundness of the twisted wire connections to make sure they were tight. Replaced the back panel and reinstalled the six 1/4" screws with the 1/4' nut driever. Reinstalled the driver vent line and tightened its holding ring. Slid the drier back into position on the floor. Checked the level and readjusted the leveling legs for a steady floor stance. Reinstalled the 220 volt power connecter and set the controlls for a drying cycle. Let the drier run for aproximately 1 minute and then checked the air temperature inside the drier. IT WAS NOW PRODUCING HOT AIR. Project completed successfully and I was now a HERO in my wifes eyes. Absolutely no technical problems encountered. Just remember, unplug the drier before starting ANY repairs. To forget this COULD RUIN YOUR DAY. Read more...
PartSelect Number PS3532212
Manufacturer Part Number AEG33121501
Andrew from BOTHELL, WA
TE error. Replaced heater / thermistor assembly.removed top and front. heater is at the base of the tub. the nut compresses the rubber seal and may take some wiggling to remove the old one. Read more...
Heating Element - 1000W
PartSelect Number PS3651516
Manufacturer Part Number 137488301
PartSelect Number PS11747634
Manufacturer Part Number WP99001995This is just the heating element - The o-rings, sleeves and nuts are sold separately.
Fixes these symptoms
- Not cleaning dishes properly
- Not drying dishes properly
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Hadley from De Leon, TX
heating element split openI took the bottom cover off and pulled off 2 wires and removed 2 plastic nuts. I removed the old part and removed the O rings from the old part and installed the new heating element. Replaced the plastic nuts and the two wires. It was very simple. The hardest part was lying on my back to get to the wires and nuts. Read more...
Water Heater Assembly
PartSelect Number PS11754622
Manufacturer Part Number WPW10426377
PartSelect Number PS11749382
Manufacturer Part Number WPW10166768
PartSelect Number PS11699975
Manufacturer Part Number 137488302
PartSelect Number PS3518296
Manufacturer Part Number 3111ER1001D