Replacing a Bad Heating Element in an Electric Dryer

by Samurai Appliance Repair Man on September 21, 2007

in Dryer Repair

From: Jeffery P.
Subject: When you were offline (via LivePerson)

Quick Question.

I have a Roper Drier and the Heating element is bad. I tested it by disconnecing all wires and check continuity and there is infinite resistance so it is no good. The question is if I replace that, is there anything else I should replace along with that?

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Perspicacious Caveat:

Use all wires and connectors, if any, included with the replacement OEM heating element kit.

Valorous Parts Guidance:

If your Roper or Whirlpool electric dryer is less than 12 years old, this is probably the replacement element you need. And regardless of the brand or age of your dryer, you can find replacement heating elements or any other part, as well as dryer disassembly help ratcheer.

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Mrs. Samurai September 21, 2007 at 7:16 am

Use your thesaurus much?

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