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Estate Heating Element

OEM Part Number – 279838

This heating element is 240 volts and 5400 watts, it is located inside the back of the clothes dryer attached to the heater housing.  If your electric dryer is not heating, you will need to test the thermal fuse first, it is located on the blower housing, if the thermal fuse is good you will need to check for loose or burnt wires or a break in the heating element coils.  If the coils have a break in them, the heating element is bad and will need to be replaced with a new one.  Please remember to disconnect the electrical power source to your appliance before attempting to repair it.

Estate Thermal Cut Off Fuse

OEM Part Number – 279816

Thermal cut-off fuse. Used to prevent the dryer from overheating when the dryer high limit thermostat has failed.  This parts kit includes (1) thermal cut-off fuse (309 degrees)  (1) high-limit thermostat of 250 degrees Fahrenheit and the jumper wire.  The high limit thermostat and thermal cut-off fuse are both mounted on the clothes dryer heater housing.  Common symptoms that these parts have failed are, the dryer gets too hot, takes too long to dry the laundry, no heat, will not start.  Remember to disconnect the electricity to the unit before attempting to replace these parts.  Please be sure to use the model number on your appliance to ensure that these are the correct parts for your particular model.

Estate Temperature Control Thermostat

OEM Part Number – WP2198202

This cold control thermostat is used for the refrigerator and freezer compartments as a temperature sensor.  The most common symptoms of a failed temperature control thermostat are, the fridge won’t start, runs too long, is too cold or too warm.  Please remember to always unplug or disconnect the electrical power source to your appliance before attempting to repair it.

Estate Lower Spray Arm

OEM Part Number – WP8268874

Lower wash arm assembly.  Located inside the bottom of the dishwasher.  This part works when water is forced through the spray arm from the pump.  The force of the water turns the spray arm in one direction spraying jets of water upwards to help wash and rinse the dishes during the wash and rinse cycles.  Symptom of a faulty spray arm is the dishwasher will not get the dishes clean.  Please be sure to use your model number to ensure that this is the correct part for your specific appliance model.

Estate Water Inlet Valve

OEM Part Number – WP2315576

Single water inlet valve.  Used to control the flow of water into the icemaker mold, when activated.  This part is solenoid operated.   When it is energized the water in the supply line will pass through the valve body and into the ice mold.  Symptoms of a water inlet valve that has failed are, leaking water, no water to the icemaker, ice maker won’t make ice.  Please remember to unplug the appliance before you begin to replace this part.  You will also want to make sure and turn off the water source to your fridge.

Estate Drum Belt

OEM Part Number – 341241

This dryer belt is used to turn the drum located inside of the clothes dryer, it is a flat belt that measures 92 1/4 inches long and 1/4 inch wide.  This belt uses an idler pulley to keep tension around the dryer drum.  It is a ribbed belt with (4) ribs and (3) grooves, it replaces many belts used on many other models.  The common symptom of a broken dryer belt is, the dryer motor runs but the drum will not tumble.  Please be sure to use the model number on your dryer to ensure that this is the correct part for your particular appliance model.

Estate Condenser Fan Motor

OEM Part Number – W10124096

This condenser fan motor kit is used for some refrigerators to move air across the condenser coil.  This kit included the motor, fan blade, screws and wire harness.  These parts have been redesigned and updated by the manufacturer and may not look the same as the original parts.  This is a genuine OEM replacement parts kit and will function the same as the original parts.  The most common complaints that the condenser fan motor has failed are, the fridge is warm, the freezer is warm, both the freezer and fridge are warm, noisy in the freezer section.  Please use your model number to ensure that these are the correct replacement parts for your specific appliance model.

Estate Igniter Kit

OEM Part Number – 279311

This gas dryer igniter kit comes with a bracket, (2) wire nuts and the mounting screw.  The parts kit can replace both flat and round style igniters. The igniter is located inside of the burner assembly.  Some common signs that the ignitor has failed are, the clothes dryer will not heat, takes to long to heat.  Note: you will need to take extra precautions while handling this ignitor, it is a very fragile part.

Estate Detergent Dispenser

OEM Part Number – WPW10224428

Detergent and rinse aid dispenser.  This part is located inside the dishwasher door.  The dispenser is used to hold dishwasher detergent and rinse aid and dispense them both during the wash and rinse cycles.  Some common signs that the dispenser is not working are, dishwasher is not cleaning the dishes, won’t dispense detergent, lid won’t latch, lid won’t open.  Please remember to unplug your appliance before replacing this part.

Estate Defrost Heater

OEM Part Number – WP2323198

This heater is used to heat the evaporator during the defrost cycle.  The heater is mounted at the bottom of the evaporator in the freezer compartment.  When replacing the defrost heater the thermostat should be replaced as well.  The most common symptoms that the heater has failed are, the fridge is warm, the freezer is warm, the freezer does not defrost, no ice cubes are being produced.  Please use the model number on your appliance to ensure that this is the correct replacement part for your specific model.  Remember to unplug your appliance before making this repair.

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