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svu3r93 04-10-2012 12:23 PM

Accessing the heater element
 
Our dryer is not heating, so I would like to access the thermal fuse and the heating element. The rear panel does not seem to be a separate panel, so how does one access the heating element on this model?

Simon / APP Team 04-10-2012 04:39 PM

Hi.

The access to the heater and other components is through the toe panel.
Using the potty knife release 2 clips(one on each side top) and open the panel.
If the dryer is working but not heating it's not the thermal fuse.
First of all check your circuit beakers, flip them back and forth.
Then check the heating element, the hi - limit, the thermal cut off.
You may want to remove the filter housing for easier access.

The hi -limit Part number: AP2973862

Part number: AP2973862


The heating element Part number: AP2947033

Part number: AP2947033


The thermal cut off Part number: AP3094224

Part number: AP3094224


Here are the breakdown diagrams and Replacement parts for Whirlpool GEQ9800LW1 27"ELECTRIC DRYER | AppliancePartsPros.com

Thank you. Post the results.

Simon.

raybrad 08-01-2014 02:20 PM

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