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Heating element how do i replace the heating element on a admiral dryer,(ade7005ayw)

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  • Dennis McFarland Jan 05, 2008

    I need to change the heat element in my Amana dryer and i don't know where it is located.

  • Nate Matter Apr 27, 2009

    I have the Admiral ADE7005AYW. The heat and light stopped working at the same time. What could it be.

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Disconnect the power.
Slide the Dryer away from the wall.
Pop up the top
You should see the heater in the back.
Remove the wires connections, and move them to the side
Remove the retianing screws
Pull the heater out.
Put the new heater in and reverse the procedure.

Posted on Nov 07, 2007

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Might I suggest this site if you are a do it your self.
http://www.appliancerepair.net/dryer.htm

You have to raise the top take off the front and the tub should come out. Wala the heating element. Hope this helped, if not let us know.

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SOURCE: Can't open Admiral ADE7005AYW

Try sliding a thin putty knife rearward at each front corner of the top while lifting upward slightly. Shine a light into the joint and look for metal joining the two halves. Once the top is loose, look for screws in the inside front edges and lift up on the front panel to release. Make sure to pull the power plug while working in there.

Posted on Oct 22, 2009

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