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Can anyone tell me how to replace the heating elememnt on tumble

Can anyone tell me how to replace the heating element on hotpoint aquarius ctdoo tumble dryer.

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Open back pay attetion to where you take the old one off just streach it out around the clips

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    what do I do if I did not do as you suggest

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Plz rate my solution.
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