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Where do I find the heating element in my hotpoint dryer

Hotpoint dryer Hi we have my dryer taken apart completely and still cannot get the drum out. The three screws located in the center of the drum will not move I cant get them to budge. Am i missing something?

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At the back of the dryer there is a small plate secured by 2 screws. Behind this you will see the spindle secured by a solid wire curled around it. remove this wire and the drum can then be removed.
Hope this helps &thankyou for using Fixya.

Posted on Jan 19, 2009

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