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I need to know how many elements are in my ge dryer. And where to find the part. model #DCSR483EA 1ww serial # TZ756464A and the part to get for a high low thermostat

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Your GE DCSR483E1WW electric dryer has only one heating element which is part number WE11M23. You can also find the parts you need here.

GE DCSR483E1WW Electric Dryer Parts

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