Question about LG DLE2532W Electric Dryer
How to get the old one out
It should be a coil pack right on the back of your unit. You will know it by the replacement part or by the coils of wire in the heating element. Remove the vent hose power and the back of the dryer. about 15 screws hold on the back and about 3 or 4 hold on the heating element. Disconnect the wires and then the element housing. Replace and you are done. Test it before you put the back on it again. The other thing, while you are in there clean out everything you can and cannot see. Trust this from a guy that has had a dryer fire.
Posted on Apr 20, 2014
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