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addyre47

KitchenAid Repair Manual model keye660wwh1

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addyre47   
addyre47

I am looking for a repair manual for this dryer. I need to replace the heating element and the thermal fuse, but I am not sure how to dismantle the back to expose the parts. I have removed the lower back panel, but I need to get the upper panel off and it seems to be spot welded to the side panels. I'm sure there is an easier way to expose the parts.

Thanks for all of your help.

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RegUS_PatOff   
RegUS_PatOff

from this similar Whirlpool manual, it looks like from the front ToeKick Panel ...

Whirlpool 27" Gas & Electric Dryers

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addyre47

Thanks for the link, however, that is not the correct manual. My heating element is enclosed in a long, thin aluminum case. As soon as I find my camera,, I'll take pic and post it.

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Remove lint filter which will reveal 2 screws to remove, then pry top up from front

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