How to Replace the Heating Element on a Maytag Dryer?

Answer Occasionally, the heating element on the Maytag dryer may burn out or stop working because of usage or damaged parts. The heating element for the Maytag dryer is housed in a metal cone at the botto... Read More »

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Replacing Heating element Maytag DE410 Dryer?

Unplug dryer! Yes the electrical cord. On front panel, remove two small screws located at bottom. Swing out front panel and about 45 degrees move panel away front dryer. The heat element coil assem... Read More »

Need to replace the heating element in my dryer. What else should I take care of while I'm in there?

Don't know, but I would recommend googling your particular dryer and see if you can find a step-by-step guide on how to fix it. Should also tell you about other stuff to replace while in there. S... Read More »

How to Replace the Heating Element on a Hotpoint Dryer?

Replacing the heating element of a Hotpoint dryer is a job that can be done in about an hour. The heating element of the Hotpoint dryer sits behind the dryer drum in a metal cage. Occasionally, the... Read More »

If the heating element is burned out on a clothes dryer does the dryer still pull 240V while running?

You will still have 240V going to the element itself it just won't be causing the element to heat up. Make sure the dryer is unplugged, take the back off the dryer and pull the element out. It's us... Read More »