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How to disassemble a GE Profile Electric Dryer model# DPVH880EJMG

I know how to remove the top and the control panel, I need to access the heating element and motor, because is not turning or heating, dryer does power up

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The element is usually located on the bottum rear of the dryer. there should be access in the rear or the entire front comes of wit a coulpe of screws from below the door and then it will be under the drum. hope this helps

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