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Replacing element with "upgrade"?

Should have found you first, however, after disassembling dryer (after being instructed to push reset by repairman) found that the elements were burned up in part. So ordered new element. It came with upgrade. I cannot figure out where it goes. The elements were right and the sensors fit in the correct positions, but it came with a sensor module. Where would I find this? there is a brown compartment that everything seems to be plugged into on the left side under the drum, but I do not see how any of the connectors would fit on the new board. Did I get the wrong one?

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That module is located up on the left side, under the machine top.

I'm guessing you solved this by now.

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