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Cabrio Electric Dryer Heating Element

Burned out heating element replaced but new element not heating up

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  • rprndad Sep 05, 2008

    Noted two thermostats- lower on by element and one at top which I assume is the high temp--have no manual for this unit

  • rprndad Sep 09, 2008

    thanks- that was the problem- have a great day

  • Anonymous Mar 14, 2014

    Had the heating element checked, as i thought it was the most likely problem. it was not. where do i go from here?

  • Anonymous Mar 18, 2014

    I replaced heating element because it was bad.(wire broke)tested all other parts continuity is good.as soon as I turned dryer on it burned up again

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Can you post a pic of the part and location please

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Have you checked the high temp thermostat?

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  • MIKE major Sep 10, 2008

    good job-mike

  • MIKE major Sep 13, 2008

    why no fixya rating??????????

  • marinamorett
    marinamorett Nov 05, 2012

    Already fitted a new heater element with both these on

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    marinamorett Nov 05, 2012

    would there be a reset button anywhere?

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