Understand, where are the leads located in order to check the continunity of the element and what is the estimated labor to install if it tests bad?
Inasmuch as I'm an electrical contractor and pretty handy when it comes to electrical items, reluctantly I may have to call a service tech to repair because I didn't get enough info to do it myself. Can you be more specific, thanks and regards. Art
Forget it, you have been of little to no help!
Please check the above string of messages to see why I'm not over impressed with Russ. I would glady pay for his help if he would go back to my original questions and get me a informative answer and not another request for info. Perhaps you may also want to read his info requests 2 and 3 then look into spell check for him. Thanks and regards, Art.
assembly, with housing Part #NNN-NN-NNNNCategory: Laundry Appliances $95.00 In stock Quantity Add to cart See estimated delivery date This is the heater assembly, you access it from the front of the unit by removing the front panel and the drum assembly, it is a MAJOR job to get to! Th check it you would remove the leads going to it AFTERT UNPLUGGING THE UNIT! And use a volt ohm meter to check the element for continuity. GOOD LUCK
HERE IS MY ORIGIONAL POST! IT SUPPLIES PART NUMBER AND CHECK METHOD ALONG WITH COMMON SENSE ABOUT UNPL,UGING THE UNIT. AS FAR AS SPELL CHECK GOES, GEE I'M SORRY I HAVE CARPAL TUNNEL AND HAVE A HARD TIME TYPING WITH A BRACE ON MY WRIST!
Sorry about your carpel tunnel, but you must know how to copy and paste because this is your first reply. Your next one said that I could access the heater leads not in the front but MAYBE in the rear of the machine and being honest you didn't remember. I had a one line diagram also which was no help to me either and maybe I was expecting that you had more resources at your disposal. Thanks for your help anyway, Art.