It I took a load of laundry out of the dryer put a new load in and turned it on as usual,when I went back out later there was no heat,I took the fron panel off cleaned out all the lent and put back together but still no heat. How easy is it to replace the element and at what cost. It is Whirlpool Model GEW9250PWO-Duet
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if the belt snapped there is usually a reason
some jam up
check that and also there is a capacitor a round white tube
with two connections to it usually bolted too the motor
replace this part
you may find the heating system has a reset feature or thermal fuses
also you may need to replace the mains fuse in the plug or etc mains supply
i think as you put a load in and it cut out
then the start cap is prob short and has blown the fuse
The most likely part that has gone out is the thermal fuse. What will make that go out so quickly is a blocked vent causing excessive heat build in dryer. Did the dryer that this new one replaced havea similar problem of not starting or perhaps it ran but took forever to dry a load of clothing? if that was the case the venting caused the problem with both old and new dryer
Good luck I hope this helps,if it does please give me a 4 thumbs up rating
What happens is that the door switch gets turned inside. I just took mine apart because of the same problems listed. The switch has a tab inside that has to make contact with the internal switch. I pulled mine apart and turned it so it made contact...put it back together and it works fine now. After doing all that it seems like you could turn the swith from the outside a quarter turn with a pair of pliers and accomplish the same thing.