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Not sure if this is the correct dryer. the model # I pulled is 11069912990 or the #'s under type is 2406028. The heat element I am assuming broke. Is it easily replaceable?

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It is fairly easy if you have some mechanical skills but remember that you are working with 220v and can have serious repercussions if connected or put in wrong

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