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Replace Heater Element for Whirlpool Model GU 1200XTLB1 Dishwashr

I ordered all necessary parts to replace the heater element but it came without any instructions - how can I get the instructions and does the dishwasher need to be pulled from the opening to replace the heater element?

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    water not heating, ordered the part but don't know how to replace it

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Look inside the dishwasher to see where the heating element terminals are. If they are in front you might be able to change it but if the element is in back, you will need to have the dishwasher pulled out to install the element.
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