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I have a Kemore series 90 dryer model number 110.60922990 with a non removeable back and I am trying to change the heating element...I dont see any way to get at the element..the back doesnt come off and doesnt look like you can do it from underneath..does anyone know where to begin with this issue? Is there any way to get some sort of shematics or anything for this model? Thank you for your time and attention.....

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The bottom panel will come off after releasing the tabs between the lower panel and the front panel. Once the lower panel is removed, you will have access to the heating element. The link below will take you to a breakdown picture of your dryer.

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