Question about Dryers
Take off the real panel. Locate the blower first. When you see the blower, then next to it is the heater. Observe carefully how it was mounted so it can be taken out properly. Look up the model to order the heater element first, so when you open the dryer, you can replace the same time. It will take some work to take the rear panel off so this way can save you some labor time. Good luck.
Posted on Sep 13, 2010
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