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Dryer Lint Filter
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Fix Number FIX3531962
Manufacturer Part Number ADQ56656401
As clothes move around in the dryer, the agitation and high heat causes items in your dryer to shed some of its fibers. The lint filter collects these fibers to ensure the dryer vent hose does not get clogged. Air flow is extremely important for a dryer, so it is crucial that this part is kept clean and replaced when damaged. This part works hard, so it is common for it to need replacing over the lifetime of the appliance. This lint filter is sold individually and has a gray plastic housing with a mesh screen. It measures approximately 15 inches by 12 inches by 2 inches. The manufacturer has made a substitution to the lint filter. Due to the changes, the manufacturer suggests changing the filter guide and filter cover. The replacement of the entire component including the filter and surrounding area and guide simply involves the removal of a few screws and screwing the new parts back into place.
Fixes these symptoms
  • Door won’t close
  • Marks left on clothes
  • Takes too long to dry
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George from Williamstown, NJ
Cover guide
Took off dryer cover and front of the dryer quick and easy Read more...
$35.73
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Dryer Thermistor
Fix Number FIX3529026
Manufacturer Part Number 6323EL2001B
This is a genuine OEM thermistor with a wire harness included. The thermistor is a temperature sensor that helps to monitor and regulate the temperature inside your dryer. Some signs that you may need to replace this part include your dryer overheating, the dryer does not produce any heat, or your dryer shuts off too soon. The thermistor is located in the blower housing, and the tool required to complete the repair is a Phillips screwdriver. Please be sure to disconnect the power supply to your dryer before beginning this repair, as you will be working with electrical components and removing various pieces.
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  • No heat or not enough heat
  • Shuts off too soon
  • Takes too long to dry
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Karolin from Middletown, NY
heater not drying in the right time mode
watched you tube on how to take apart dryer.after taking dryer fully apart including taking out the drum, found out if you just take out the dryer sleeve in the back.reach in and most of the parts are right there. quick repair and the right part. thankyout!!! Read more...
$20.00
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Moisture Sensor
Fix Number FIX3529161
Manufacturer Part Number 6500EL3001A
This genuine OEM sensor is also known as a moisture sensor or a humidity sensor. It is found underneath the lint filter in your dryer, and is used to detect the amount of moisture present in the drum. This is to prevent the dryer from running longer than necessary, and will shut off once your laundry has been sufficiently dried. If your dryer is shutting off too soon, or it is running excessively long, there may be an issue with the sensor and it should be replaced. Before beginning this repair, please be sure to disconnect the power supply to your dryer. If your dryer has two moisture sensors, we recommend replacing both at the same time to ensure even wear.
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  • No heat or not enough heat
  • Shuts off too soon
  • Takes too long to dry
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Installation Instructions
Ronald from Conyers, GA
Insufficient drying in reasonable time.
Remove lint filter. Remove plastic frame for filter with phillips screwdriver. Detach both moisture sensor wires with needle nose pliers. Reattach wires to new sensors and reassemble frame. Read more...
$23.04
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Thermal Fuse
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Fix Number FIX3530485
Manufacturer Part Number 6931EL3003D
If your dryer is not turning on, or not heating up, there could be an issue with your thermal fuse. This OEM fuse is designed to act as a high-limit thermostat, and will turn off the heating element in your dryer if the appliance overheats. It does this by cutting off power to the dryer. If the fuse has blown, it will need to be replaced as they cannot be reset. You can test the fuse with a multimeter, and should receive a reading of 0 ohms of resistance if the fuse is still good. A common reason for a dryer to overheat is if the air vents are blocked, as the hot air is contained in the dryer causing the fuse to blow. Be sure to keep your dryer filter and vents clean of lint and other debris to prevent this from happening.
Fixes these symptoms
  • No heat or not enough heat
  • Shuts off too soon
  • Takes too long to dry
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Installation Instructions
Richard from Harrison, OH
No heat
Removed screw holding vent tube, pulled vent tube out. The thermal fuse and thermostat assy are left of inside the hole on the back of the dryer where the vent tube came out. The screws are easy to take out with one hand using a phillips screwdriver. I had to use a long screwdriver because the drum was in the way with a shorter one. The screws were pretty tight, so use a phillips with a good point, dont want to strip the screws. Because i can only get one hand in there, it was a little tricky getting the new parts lined up and starting the first screws at the same time, that took a little while but I finally got them started. If i couldnt get the first screws started i was goint to cut the bottom holes on the brackets for the parts, start the screw, slip the bracket onto the screw and then start the second screws. I used a magnetic flashlight inside the dryer, could put it in different places to see better in there. I should have put a few layers of masking tape arround the vent hole edge, its pretty sharp and when i was done i realised i had cut my arm on that edge. Dryer works again and dear Wife is happy.. I did test the old parts, thermal fuse was blown, probably because of too much lint in the flexable dryer hose, i shoulda replaced the dryer hose sooner. Read more...
$23.86
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Dryer Drum Belt
Fix Number FIX11705916
Manufacturer Part Number 4400EL2001F
If the drum in your dryer will not tumble, or it is noisy while operating, there may be an issue with the drum belt. The belt is found looped around the dryer drum, a tension pulley, and a motor pulley and is used to rotate the drum so that your laundry tumbles. Over time the belt can become stretched out, or it becomes brittle and will snap. If this happens the belt will need to be replaced. If you need a replacement, this is a genuine OEM dryer drum belt. The belt measures about a quarter inch wide, and has four ribs and three groves. Please be sure to disconnect the power supply to your dryer before beginning this repair.
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John from Seaford, NY
Noisy Dryer
I took the dryer apart and found the forward drum support roller was wobbling. I decided to replace all 4 rollers and the drive belt. Parts arrived within 3 days and the install took less than an hour. I didn't notice any lubricant on the new roller shafts, so I took them apart and applied a very thin film of synthetic grease. I also did the same to the tensioning roller assembly. The install worked out fine. Read more...
$40.59
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Blower Thermostat
Fix Number FIX8747887
Manufacturer Part Number 6931EL3002M
Fixes these symptoms
  • No heat or not enough heat
  • Shuts off too soon
  • Takes too long to dry
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Greg from Haddonfield, NJ
Dryer wasn't heating
Followed the video .. Read more...
$39.14
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Lint Screen Housing
Fix Number FIX3534930
Manufacturer Part Number MCK49049101
This is an authentic OEM housing for the lint filter in your dryer. This plastic cover helps to protect the actual lint filter, as that part is more delicate. It is important to have a functioning lint trap in your dryer, as it helps to keep debris out of the dryer vents. This in turn allows your clothes to dryer faster, and also prevents fire hazards.
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George from Williamstown, NJ
Cover guide
Took off dryer cover and front of the dryer quick and easy Read more...
$30.95
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Dryer Lint Filter Assembly
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Fix Number FIX3527575
Manufacturer Part Number 5231EL1001C
A fully functional lint filter is an essential part for your dryer. It helps to trap lint and other debris from your laundry and prevents it from entering the ducts. An excess buildup of lint can be dangerous as it becomes a fire hazard. Regular cleaning of the filter can help to prevent this from happening. If your lint filter becomes damaged, replacing it is an easy repair that does not require any tools. Simply remove the broken filter from your filter and put the new one in its place.
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Janice from Park City, UT
Broken lint catcher.
Remove the old one and put in the new one. Read more...
$47.69
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Dryer Lint Filter
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Fix Number FIX3527578
Manufacturer Part Number 5231EL1003B
If the lint filter in your dryer has become damaged, this is a genuine OEM replacement filter. It is important to always run the dryer with the filter in place, as it traps lint and other debris from entering the dryer vents. Without the filter, the vents can become clogged with lint which can prevent your laundry from drying properly along with being a fire hazard. Replacing this part is an easy repair. Simply remove the old filter, and insert the new one in its place. Always be sure to clean the filter between each load of laundry.
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  • No heat or not enough heat
  • Takes too long to dry
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Installation Instructions
Jeanne from Cincinnati, OH
Needed new lint filter.
Take out the old filter and slip in the new filter. Read more...
$33.88
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Felt Seal
Fix Number FIX3522851
Manufacturer Part Number 4036EL3001A
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