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Replacing Heating Element WD1000

Can you please help in describing how to do this? You mentioned that it was tricky. Please advise. Thank you. Stan

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WD1000 Cnn anyone tell me the color of the wires location on the thermostat, the small thermostat next to the large one anf the round preheat unit near by. THANKS


If I understand your question correctly . . .
Here are the wire colors connecting to the heater enclosure:
From the front, on the right side of the heater assembly (wrapped in shiny foil): First, the "working thermostat" (which cycles heat on and off to maintain 155 deg) - red on bottom, gray on top. That gray wire goes over to the right, connecting to either side of little round "overtemp - klixon" sensor, at a double connector (two gray wires). A brown wire goes to other side of klixon sensor.
At rear of heater assy is another klixon sensor and the ends of the heating element itself From L to R: Short black "jumper" wire goes from left connector (Klixon) over to far right connector (on heating element). Long black wire goes 2nd to L, and long red wire goes 2nd to R (again on heater).

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NO Heat ,when in Drying Cycle. Drying cycle works, but with no heat.Does not dry clothes.


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Thanks for using FixYa. No Heat issue in an electric dryer is usually caused due to three things: Mainly Thermal Fuse, Wiring Harness and/or Heating Element. Start with checking the Thermal Fuse which is mounted inside the back cover panel to the exhaust duct and is mounted in white plastic housing. If that’s fine then the Heating Element should be checked. Please do rate the solution if the issue is resolved or post a comment for further assistance.


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Hi I have model No WF 740 1400 spin! However programme L is filling up with water, appears to be washing as normal until it reaches final 7 minutes, then machine becomes laboured and will not spin! the...


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What was your solution???


I also had this problem. I looked on this site and before even opening up the machine, ordered a new heating element. After I received the new heating element which came with a service booklet, I opened the top of my machine. I started to begin the process of getting to the heating element(a very long process) when I noticed a red wire connecting to the thermostat was burnt and its plastic insulator was melted. I then pulled out the thermostat (a very long needle) and took the advice of Jagjared and opened up the thermostat and cleaned it. I then cut the burnt part of the red wire and connector off and stripped a small amout of the red wire and attached a new insulated connector that I purchased at the hardware store. I then reinserted the thermostat(which took a while because its hard to find the hole that the needle goes into) and then connected both hot and ground wires. I'm not sure what Jagjared meant when he said that he was able relocate the thermostat because I'm only able to place it exactly where I pulled it out. Maybe he can explain?? Anyway, this was a very easy fix. I think I'm pretty handy but would consider myself only an amatuer when it comes to issues like this. I think I might have had a very difficult time actually replacing the heating element so I'm glad I didn't have to. Hope this helps you all.

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Malber WD1000 Dryer wont heat


I have a bit of experience with Malbers. When the dryer won't heat the most likely cause is the heating element wearing out. See my other posts to the same problem by saerching Malbers problems here. If you need more help, contact me.

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My 7 year old Malber WD 1000 won't dry - Where to order heating element?


pete5runner back again: The check you should make is to disconnect the two wires to the heating element carefully (with unit unplugged). Then connect a 110 voltmeter to the two wires. The plug in the machine and start a dry cycle. If you see 110 volts on the voltmeter, then you know that power is getting to the heating element, and you have isolated the heating element as defective. If you need a heating element, I got one in NY by calling 718-767-7396. New element was $29, shipping included. I don't know if he will ship to where you are located. Good luck, and let me know what happens.

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Dryer won't dry


The dryer heating element on this machine typically burns out after about 2 years. I have replaced one on my machine. To determine whether the cause is the heating element, unplug the machine and remove the top cover. You will see an aluminum duct across the top. Near the back of the duct, two wires connect to the heating element. Get ready to connect two wires of a voltmeter to those two wires. Plug machine in and turn on dryer mode. If there is voltage of about 110 volts across the two wires (be careful) , but the top of the aluminum duct does not feel warm after acouple of minutes, the it is most likely the heating element. I got on shipped to me for $29, but it is a little tricky to install. If you are handy, you can do it.

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Where do you gets parts and schematic?


check two places. repair clinic dot com and parts select dot com

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Clothes are still sopping wet when finished


If your clothes are wet after the wash it is quite possible your outlet filter is blocked. Check this out and clean out. This requires periodic cleaning, according to your usage. Refer to your user manual.

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