As everyone else here has said, my Samsung Dryer would run, but no heat. After some quick research on the internet I noticed that a burnt out element was a common issue on these guys, so I Amazon Primed (Aka Magic'd) me one of these bad boys.. 24 hours later, it's showed up at my front door.So, I decided to take this project on myself. I called around and was quoted about $300 for the install - Which seemed expensive, but there were very few 'Samsung Authorized' repair shops in my area, and most places wanted diagnosis fees and crap So, I figured $300 buys A LOT of beer, so I might as well try this out myself.So, on a scale of 1 to 10, I'd rate the install a 3-4. I would compare the skill set needed for this would be around that to confidently assemble a child's toy and then install a light-dimmer, since the hardest part is really disassembly and being confident that the dryer is unplugged. I actually found a video online where someone does the install from the back of the dryer, but that is not needed. The front of the dryer comes apart VERY easily. The tricky part is pulling the element box out, and making sure the thermostats get connected back properly.Quick Steps:1. Take out screws for the top (on the back of the dryer). Slide lid off.2. Take screws out for control panel. pop out. Unplug (Mine had 2 plugs).3. Take screws out for front panel (Top). Pull up slowly and out and it pops out. There is a plug here too for the light.4. Unscrew/Pull out dryer vent duct work.(Note: At this time, you can use an Ohm meter to test the element. The front two grey leads on the box will be the ones you wanna use. This will make it so if the element is not the problem, you can re-assemble and call an expert and save yourself some time)5. On the bottom right, there is a metal box. Has 3 screw's and a stand. Take out the screws, and pull out the stand. (The stand has tangs on the bottom that anchor it into the dryer. Might need to squeeze a lil to get it out.6. As you pull the box out, disconnect the leads to the element, and the two thermostats. Note the color/location of the wires.7. Have a beer.8. Open the box, replace element, and then do the steps above in reverse.Also, make sure you keep track of where the screws went. Some go into plastic, and some into metal. You don't wanna mix those up, and the metal screws can split the plastic.This is also a very good time to figure out WHY the element burnt out. Check all of your exhaust piping, and make sure the vent flap outside is not stuck/clogged (Which mine was). If there is a lot of lint inside your dryer, it's most likely a blockage issue The reason these elements are prone to burning out is the amount of airflow needed to keep them cool.Good Luck!P.s. Anyone find it aggravating that they have a ""Smart"" dryer, yet it's too dumb to tell you that the element is burnt out? Silly Samsung.