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Fix Number FIX12746506
Manufacturer Part Number 5304523155
INCLUDES 5304523151 SHAFT, 5304523152 ROLLER, 5304523153 NUT, 5304523154 SPACER.
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Fix Number FIX2349294
Manufacturer Part Number 134719300
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Lint Filter
Fix Number FIX2349312
Manufacturer Part Number 134793600
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M Series Ignition Coil Kit
Fix Number FIX470049
Manufacturer Part Number 5303931775
This coil ignition kit is used in dryers to open the gas valve when the dryer is on. This kit includes two coils. One is a two-wire secondary coil and the other is a three-wire booster coil. If your dryer does not heat or you notice heating inconsistencies, then the gas valve may be damaged and it is best to replace it to solve this problem. To repair, first release the two retaining clips that hold the top panel in place, then remove two screws that retain the front panel of the dryer cabinet. Next, pull the front panel forward and remember to disconnect the door switch. After accessing the gas coils, start removing the wires and unscrew the bracket that holds the coils. Remember to remove both the dual and main coil without removing the spacer. For more information on the kit and repair instructions, refer to diagram for a list of the parts.
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Miguel from Hialeah, FL
Not heating, Not Drying
I opened the dryer with instructions from Youtube, and look for the parts that I thought had the problem: Flame sensor and Ignition Coil Kit. Put dryer back together and turned on, it works like a champ, :-) I requested a repairman from Sears and he told me to just buy a new one, because the part needed cost $459.00, but for some reason it made no sense to me, so I went to this site and put the model number of my dryer and the problem, and they suggested that I replace the flame sensor. Miguel Read more...
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High Limit Thermostat
Fix Number FIX446428
Manufacturer Part Number 3204267
This high limit thermostat has a limit of 260 degrees Fahrenheit. Meaning that it will cut out when the internal dryer temperature reaches 260. This thermostat cuts back in when the temperature drops by 70 degrees Fahrenheit.
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jason from CANTON, MS
dryer would turn off after 30 seconds
Disconnected dryer, from power, remove the back cover, replaced part, reassemble and tested Read more...
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Dryer Heater Element
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Fix Number FIX2349309
Manufacturer Part Number 134792700
This 3-coil 5500 watts heating element with housing is used to produce heat to dry the clothes in your dryer. The heating element is strung with a coiled wired. The wire receives, but resists a controlled electric current causing the wire to heat up to dry your clothes. If there is no heat or it is taking too long to dry, you may need to replace the heating element. Check for a blown thermal fuse or thermal cut off. This is a genuine OEM part. Please remember to disconnect the power to the dryer before starting the repair.
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ralph from EAST HAVEN, CT
dryer was shutting off in 4 minutes code e 64
watched u tube how to repaire code e64

took 15 minutes

you can do it
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Thermal Fuse
Fix Number FIX2349395
Manufacturer Part Number 137032600
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Michael from Mission Viejo, CA
Dry would not heat
Used YouTube video:The limiter that failed was not in the same position as in the video but could be easily accessed (easier than in the video) after removing the dryer top panel. I used the electrical tape to keep the screws holding the limiter on the screwdriver when installing the new part. Read more...
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Thermal Fuse
Fix Number FIX4704883
Manufacturer Part Number 134711401
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william from st. anthony, MN
Dryer won't run
Most modern appliances are computerized and when there is a problem they self-diagnosis and give a fault code. The secret is finding the diagnostic codes. These are usually tucked inside just for the service tech and are not hard to find. Once you know what the failed component is, use the ladder diagram to find the failed part, test with the multi-meter and replace. In my case an over-heat sensor had failed. There were no sign of overheating. I had previously replaced one of the same failed over-heating sensors in another area of the dryer and I suspect a bad batch of sensors Read more...
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Rear Drum Bearing Kit
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Fix Number FIX459829
Manufacturer Part Number 5303281153
This ball-and-socket style bearing kit is used in your dryer to support the rear of the drum as it tumbles through the dry cycle. The bearing attaches on the inside of the rear panel of the dryer cabinet. Over time, the bearing or the bushing can wear out, and the ball support can become damaged. If these things happen, your dryer may not tumble, or it will be noisy while operating. If this is the case, you may need to replace these parts. This genuine OEM parts kit includes one bearing, one ball shaft, one ball bearing, one ball bearing retainer, a small tube of high-temperature lubricant, and the installation screws. Completing this repair requires taking the entire drum out of your dryer along with handling greasy parts, so have a rag handy for cleanup. Please ensure that you disconnect the power supply to your appliance before beginning this repair.
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Fred from San Antonio, TX
High pitched squeel while running dryer, replaced rear bearing, drive belt and front slider.
Followed the steps outlined in the video.
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Drum Belt
Fix Number FIX1148434
Manufacturer Part Number 134503600
The drum belt, also known as a drive belt, is a rubber piece that wraps around the dryer drum, idler pulley, and motor pulley and is used to make the drum rotate. If you can hear the motor running, but the drum is not spinning, it may be an issue with the drum belt. Since it is made of rubber, it can become brittle with age causing it to break. Alternatively, it could be stretched out and no longer gripping to the dryer drum. Both of these issues would require you to replace the belt. To do this repair you will need a putty knife to pop open the top and front panel of your dryer, and a Phillip head screwdriver. Be sure to disconnect the power to your appliance before beginning your repair. This drum belt measures 88 and 3/4 inches long by 1/4 inch wide. As it is a genuine OEM part, this size will be compatible with your appliance model.
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  • Drum Not Spinning
  • Marks left on clothes
  • Noisy
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vaughn from Lancaster, PA
Belt broke
Replaced the belt

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