Whirlpool 2050 Watt Tumble Dryer Heating Element

Stock Number: ES213457

Manufactured by Whirlpool

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Description

This replacement heating element is a genuine Whirlpool tumble dryer spare part. It's been manufactured to fit select models of Bauknecht, Ignis, Proline & Whirlpool tumble dryers.

How to replace a tumble dryer heating element

This video should help with fitting this part. However, the exact layout and fitting technique may differ for your make and model.

Be safe - always unplug any appliance from the electricity supply before carrying out any work on it.
If you are in any doubt contact a qualified repairer.

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    By - in the front lounge :-)

    exactly as stated very pleased.................................................
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    By - Bournemouth

    This was really easy to fit into our Whirlpool AWZ tumble dryer and fixed the problem of the dryer not heating.
  • High speed repair

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    By - N Essex

    Easily found correct part on website and ordered at 16:30. Part arrived next morning (Christmas Eve). Easily fitted - just two bolts after removing back panel -and dryer was running again by 09:30

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  • Q My Whirlpool condenser dryer AWZ650 is failing to heat up in order to dry clothes, it seems to be working fine apart from this, can you advise me which part I require to replace the element 1 Answer

    By Rob - Rochdale - 05 October 2011

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      It is most likely the element if every other function works correctly. This needs to be fitted by a qualified engineer. The element  for your model is ES185799.

      By Caitlin eSpares Staff - 05 October 2011

  • Q 1 1 Answer

    i have recently changed thermostats on whirlpool dryer awz541 but still overheating could it now be heating element

    By raz - edinburgh - 04 October 2010

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      Hi Raz, you were right to change the thermostats first, they are the most likely cause of an overheating dryer. It could be the element which is damaged - perhaps an electrical fault. If you smell electrical burning, then switch off straight away and don't use - call an engineer or consider a new dryer. When it's an electrical fault like that it is dangerous for an unqualified person to mess around with it.

      By Rory eSpares Staff - 05 October 2010

  • Q whirlpool condenser dryer AWZ7303 failing to heat can you diagnose problem? 1 Answer

    By jkerr57 - 18 July 2009

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      Probably needs a new heating element. They are easy to replace in this model.

      By paulines7 - Salisbury - 02 December 2009

  • Q Whirlpool AWZ121 not heating-phase tester shows power getting as far as element-all else ok--is it just matter of new element?? 1 Answer

    By the way do you deliver to the rep of Ireland?? What does delivery cost??

    By Andyirl - Ireland - 26 April 2009

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      Hi Andyirl, this element will fit your dryer. I'm afraid we don't stock deliver to addresses outside the UK, however if you have a friend or relative in this country, we'll happily send it to them for you.

      By Rory eSpares Staff - 19 May 2009

  • Q WILL THIS ELEMENT FIT A WHIRLPOOL 3RLEQ8000KQ4 1 Answer

    By TREVIE - 23 March 2009

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      Hi Trevie, I;m afraid I can't match your model number in our database of Whirlpool dryers. Is it possible for you to double check? For help finding it, use our guide: http://www.espares.co.uk/advice/tumble-dryers/a/9/119/finding-your-tumble-dryer-model-number.html

      By Rory eSpares Staff - 19 May 2009