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Not heating up

I have a hotpoint electric dryer model # dlb3400sblwh and it is not heating up. i have cleaned all vents and check the wires. i cant even find where the heating element would be. please help..

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  • keaneyk Sep 25, 2008

    the diagram is not showing up...

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This looks like it is an older model. The normal place I check for parts doesn't stock the heating element. I found an alternative place but the part is $90.

The element is in the large round area that surrounds the drum assembly. Here's a diagram. The heating element is part number 512. The line doesn't reach all the way there but I think the element is the two dark rings inside the housing. Here the page with the parts listing. You'll note that the model number is the same but the brand is GE. GE makes hotpoint.


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  • AndrewWro Sep 27, 2008

    Follow the link above to the "page with the parts listing." Then click the bottom link on the right hand side that says "Parts Catalog Image" (across from the blower and drive assembly link). It looks like the site might not allow outside linking to the images. I just rechecked the links and the steps I just outlined work.

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