Model #1106608910 KENMORE Residential Dryer

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How do you replace the manifold cover on a Kenmore model 110.6608910 clothes dryer?

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The image below show a typical newer set up on this older dryer but you have the older set up on the older dryer and there are no good images.

Remove the clip/strap you mention and pull the top of the manifold out and then lift up on the entire heater assembly.

Some models have two screws shown in the image while others had just one screw holding the element while still other styles had no screws at all. The element seats in some notches and is removed by lifting up on the heater assembly.

I hope this information is helpful to you but submit another question with any additional details for further assistance.

Remember to unplug the dryer first.

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Fred M -
Sears Technician
April 17, 2010
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Thank you! That's exactly what I needed to find out. Meanwhile, a new problem. I reassembled the unit without touching anything before my first post, just putting the back cover on and reattaching the exhaust hose. I have not yet reopened it to put on the manifold cover. It runs fine except it's not putting out heat into the dryer. It's what I feared about touching an old machine ;-( When I had it apart earlier, I did a quick look just to make sure there were no loose wires. When I take it apart again, what else should I look for? Much appreciated.

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MrMe -
April 17, 2010
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After running the dryer for several hours without it getting warm, the heat started working again. Maybe some slightly corroded connection? I previously pushed "air" and "heat" several times but it made no difference initially, so I can't tell if that helped. It operated completely normally just now, including buzzer to signal a dry load... I will try to replace the manifold cover on Monday... Have a good weekend.

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MrMe -
April 17, 2010
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I got the unit apart for the manifold cover! Thanks again for the instructions. The bad news is: now I see why the unit doesn't heat properly. One of the heater elements is broken. Is it worth spending the roughly $100 to to replace it? And the element I see online has only three back and forth wires, not the six like on mine. Is it easily compatible and is this worth doing?

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MrMe -
April 19, 2010
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