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Hi there! Can you please help me to find a replacement heating element and instructions for installation of that part for the following electralog stove? Cat. No. CS3311, Model # 6901050700, Mod.:

Hi there! Can you please help me to find a replacement heating element and instructions for installation of that part for the following electralog stove? Cat. No. CS3311, Model # 6901050700, Mod.:B

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A. Main On/Off Switch

The switch has two ON positions marked with and "Manual".

The "Manual" position is for manual operation. In this position the built-in remote control is by-passed.

The position is for operating the unit with the provided remote control. When in position the unit

is operated with the ON and OFF buttons of the remote control.

When the switch is in the center position the unit is off.

B. Heater Switch

The HEAT ON/OFF SWITCH supplies power to the heater fan and the heater element. When the

switch is in the ON position the heater operates if the thermostat calls for heat.

C. Heater Thermostat Control

To adjust the temperature to your individual requirements, turn the thermostat control clockwise all the

way to turn on the heater. When the room reaches the desired temperature, turn the thermostat knob

counter clockwise until you hear a click. Leave in this position to maintain the room temperature at

this setting. For additional heat, turn clockwise until you hear the click again and the heater will turn



When the heater is switched ON, the heater fan will operate. The heater element may or may not be

on, depending on the thermostat control setting (SEE "HEATER THERMOSTAT CONTROL").


Should the heater overheat, an automatic cut out will turn the heater off and it will not come back on

without being reset. It can be reset by switching the MAIN ON/OFF SWITCH to OFF and waiting 5

minutes before switching the unit back on.

If you need to continuously reset the heater, unplug the unit and call Customer Service at 1-888-346-7539.

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SOURCE: I need help replacing the bottom heating element

look at the new element is it a plug in or is it a screw in may have to remove a panel to get to it

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SOURCE: Electralog CS3311 schematics

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On my electralog heater, after about 5 minutes running the heat stops,fan is still running. Adjusting thermostat makes no change

From what you have described. it sound like the heating element is overheat and the automatic over heating sensor is shut it down. One of the primary reason these heaters overheat is that the become clogged with dust, lint & pet hair. Cleaning the heating element. may solve your problem. A vacuum cleaner (especially a Shop Vac) that has a hose, a brush attachment and a crevice tool, works well well in cleaning the heating element. Be sure the unit is OFF and unplugged, before attempting any cleaning.

Hope this helps you solve the problem.

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I have a Dimplex Small Electralog Stove Fireplace CS1205, it's two years old but barely used until this winter. A couple months ago, the flame stopped working and now the heat keeps turning off after 5...

More than likely, the interior of the unit needs to be cleaned. When it's in operation, it sucks dust and link into the fan and heater elements. When it's not, spiders love to go into and build nests. If badly clogged, it can cause the heating element to over heat and shut off. Carefully, removing the back panel of the stove will give you access to just about everything. As far as the flame is concerned, the bulbs may need replacing. Although, it's unusual for all of them to go bad at one time. You or your nephew can replace them after the unit is cleaned. A vacuum that has a hose, brush attachment and crevice tool, will work well in the cleaning of the interior. Be sure to turn the Master ON/Off Switch to OFF & Unplug the unit, before attempting and maintenance on it.

If after performing all of the above, the unit still doesn't work properly, contact Dimplex USA, Technical Service 888-346-7539, for further advice.

Hope this helps to solve your problem. Please let me know.

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Samsung heating elements dv206aes (dc47-00019a part). i would to know the step by step on how to replace my dryer heating elements. thank you. pam


Please check the bellow links to get the step by step instructions to replace heating element in your dryer:-

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Instructions to replace faulty heat element on a whirlpol electric dryer

If the model number is correct, the heating element is replaced by following these steps:

1. UNPLUG the dryer. Dangerous voltage still exists inside the unit even when it is shut off.

2. Turn dryer around so you can access the rear panel. Disconnect the dryer exhaust vent hose.

3. Loosen and remove all the screws around the perimeter of the rear panel. Remove panel and set aside.

4. The heating circuits will be located on the right hand side (as viewed from the rear) with the heating element located inside the heater box.

5. Remove the mounting screws that hold the heater box in place and disconnect the electrical connections (make sure you annotate where the wires go).

6. The entire heater box comes off with the element inside. Loosen the screws on the outside of the heater box that hold the element in place. With the screws removed, the element will slide out the bottom of the heater box.

Now...if the dryer is running but not heating, have you confirmed the heating element is bad? There are several factors that can cause these symptoms. Please review the following link before you assume the element is the cause:

If you haven't done so already, it may be a good idea to double check the source voltage, followed by a check of the Hi-Limit Thermostat and Thermal Cut-Out (TCO). All these components can factor into the same symptoms you may be experiencing.

If you have any questions, please post back and let me know. I hope this information is helpful to you.

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How to replace heating element on dryer model #96282100

This is a fairly simple procedure. Just follow these steps:

1. UNPLUG the dryer. Dangerous voltage is still present even with the dryer turned off.

2. Turn the dryer around so you can access the rear and remove the exhaust vent hose.

3. Locate and remove the screws around the perimeter of the dryer back panel and remove panel.

The dryer heating circuitry will be located on the right hand side (as viewed form the rear). The heating circuits consist of the following components:

Heating Element - (part number 660982)
*Thermal Cut-Out (TCO) - (part number 279769 includes the Hi-Limit Thermostat).

*If either the TCO or Hi-Limit Thermostat is determined to be defective it is recommended that you replace BOTH parts at the same time. That's why they are commonly sold as a set. Failure to do so may result in premature failure of any parts you replace.

The heating element is located inside the heater box. The TCO is located on the outside of the heater box on the end opposite the heating element terminals. The Hi-Limit thermostat will be located adjacent to the heating element terminals. has an excellent exploded view diagram of all these components. Just type in your model number and locate the following under the "bulkhead" section:

TCO/Hi-Limit Thermostat - Item 1
Heating Element - Item 14
Hi-Limit Thermostat (by itself) - Item 34

The reason I mention all these components is because if you have not confirmed the heating element to be defective, you may actually have a blown TCO or Hi-Limit Thermostat. Its easy to assume a bad heating element if the dryer fails to heat, but it may or may not be the cause. Just some additional things to consider, that's all. These components cost less than a heating element too. If you have determined the heating element is bad, then continue with the following:

4. Disconnect the leads to the heating element and locate the screws that hold the heater box in place.

5. Locate the screws on the outside of the heater box that hold the element in place. You may also have to remove the TCO and Hi-Limit Thermostat.

6. Once the screws are removed, the heating element will slide out of the heater box. The element fits tight and it may require a little effort.

7. Once the defective element is removed, install the new one by sliding it inside the heater box. Make sure you align the screws holes.

8. Reinstall the remaining components and reinstall the heater box.

The rest is self-explanatory.

NOTE: A good heating element will read approximately 9 to 13 ohms. Make sure you disconnect any leads before taking any measurements to ensure accuracy of your readings.

The following link explains a good portion of what I've already explained to you, but it may help as well:

Pay particular attention the section that discusses proper air flow. The majority of all dryer heat related problems are attributed to poorly installed, kinked, clogged or crushed exhaust vent ducting. If you haven't thoroughly inspected the dryer and ducting recently, now may be a good time to do so. Otherwise, any components you replace will fail prematurely. Not to mention, a clogged dryer is also a fire hazard.

If you have any questions, please let me know. I hope this information is helpful to you.

Oct 20, 2009 | Dryers

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This is a simple repair. Just follow these steps:

1. UNPLUG dryer. Dangerous voltage is still present even with the dryer turned off.

2. Remove the dryer vent exhaust hose and remove the back of the dryer.

3. The heating circuits are located on the right hand side (as viewed from the rear). The heating element is located inside the heater box. Simply remove the mounting screws on the heater box and remove the two wires on the heating element terminals. NOTE: You can leave the two remaining components (Thermal Cut-Out and Hi limit Thermostat) connected on some models. If you need to remove them in order to remove the heating element make sure you label the wires.

4. Locate the mounting screw(s) on the outside of the heater box that hold the heating element in place.

5. With the mounting screw(s) removed the heating element will slide out of the heater box.

6. Insert new heating element, making sure you avoid touching the coil and align the screw holes so you can reinsert the mounting screws.

7. Re-install the heater box and any remaining components.

Now...are you sure you have a bad heating element? Just because a dryer does not heat, does not necessarily mean the heating element is bad. The following link explains:

The most common fail item that causes a dryer heating circuit failure is a blown TCO caused by poor dryer ventilation. Just something you may consider.

If you have any questions, please let me know. I hope you find this information helpful.

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Please use the link here which depicts the heating element configuration . If this does NOT provide you adequate details on how to wire the element, please get back to me and I may be able to help you further.

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