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W10518394 W10134009 Dishwasher Heating Element For Kenmore

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SKU: APNW10134009K    
Condition: New
Compatible Brands:
Inglis
Compatible Brands:
Kenmore
Compatible Brands:
Maytag
Compatible Brands:
Whirlpool
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Replacement heating element used for some Inglis, Maytag, and Whirlpool dishwasher models.

Directly Replaces: W10518394, 8194250, 8563007, 8572861, W10441445, W10134009, W10518394VP, B0156NFVP4, B0035G56DM, B005AR7B0U, B008DKBIX2, SAPW10134009, 2977737, AP5690151, EAP8260087, PD00004893, PS8260087.

Features:

  • Heats the water to a temp high enough to remove bacteria from dishes. Also used to dry dishes faster.
  • Includes: (1) Heating Element, (2) Washers, (2) Fasteners.
  • Included rubber washers ensure a water tight seal.

Specifications:

  • Color: Black.
  • Material: Calrod element with rubber washers and plastic fasteners.
  • Overall Dimensions: 16 9/16"L x 16"W x 3"H. 
  • Additional Dimensions: Threaded ends are 7/16" diameter.
  • Volts: 115.
  • Watts: 1060.

*Please be mindful of the width of the threaded ends (listed above) prior to purchase. Some compatible models may require the element holes to be widened slightly with a drill to fit the threaded ends of this part.

Compatible Models:

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W10518394 W10134009 Dishwasher Heating Element For Kenmore

Repair Skill Level: 3 Screwdrivers





The heating element heats the water to a temp high enough to remove bacteria from dishes. It is also used to dry dishes faster during a heated dry cycle.

Failure Symptoms: Dishwasher runs for several hours. If the heating element doesn't heat the water to the appropriate temperature, the dishwasher won't move on to the next cycle causing the dishwasher to run for several hours. Another symptom of a bad element is if the dishes don't dry properly during a heated dry cycle.

How to Test: Use a multimeter to test the element for continuity. If the heating element assembly does not have continuity, replace it.

Repair Tip: Whenever replacing the heating element you should also consider replacing the high limit thermostat. If it has blown, your element could overheat and melt the floor of the tub.

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