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DC47-00019A
Heating Element Dc47-00019A
Genuine Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) parts! This manufacturer-approved heating element (part number DC47-00019A) is for dryers. Heating element DC47-00019A generates the heat for drying the clothes. Disconnect the power before replacing this part. Wear work gloves to protect your hands. For Samsung and Kenmore. ...
Samsung4.94594537Heating Element Dc47-00019A

Samsung

Heating Element Dc47-00019A

BCD298
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Specifications
Item Specifications
Color
silver
Item Package Quantity
1
Number Of Pieces
1
Batteries Included?
No
Batteries Required?
No
General
Brand
Samsung
MSRP
BCD298
Description
Genuine Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) parts! This manufacturer-approved heating element (part number DC47-00019A) is for dryers. Heating element DC47-00019A generates the heat for drying the clothes. Disconnect the power before replacing this part. Wear work gloves to protect your hands. For Samsung and Kenmore.
  • This part is compatible with models including; DV40J3000EW/A2-0000,DV419AEU/XAA-0001,DV419AEU/XAA-0000,DV50F9A7EVP/A2-0000,DV5471AEW/XAA-0004,DV448AEE/XAA-0001,DV448AEE/XAA-0002,DV448AEE/XAA-0000,DV328AEW/XAA-0001,DV328AEW/XAA-0000,DV393GTPARA/A1-0001,DV42H5600EP/A3-0000,DV448AEP/XAA-0000,DV448AEP/XAA-0001,DV209AEW/XAA-0001,DV448AEP/XAA-0002,DV209AEW/XAA-0000,DV36J4000EW/A3-0000,DV448AEP/XAA-0003,DV331AEW/XAA-0002,DV50F9A7EVW/A2-0000,DV331AEW/XAA-0003,DV331AEW/XAA-0000,DV331AEW/XAA-0001
  • This is a manufacturer substitution. Part may differ in appearance but is a functional equivalent to prior parts including; D47-00019A
  • Genuine Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) part. Compatible Brands: Samsung,Kenmore
  • This manufacturer-approved heating element (part number DC47-00019A) is for dryers
  • Disconnect the power before replacing this part
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No need to call Sally Struthers for a degree in dryer repair
by Valued Customer on April 30, 2012
 
 
 
 
 
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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.

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IF SOME OLD GUY age 76 WITH PARKINSONS CAN REPLACE A SAMSUNG DRYER ELEMENTSO CAN YOU..,
by Valued Customer on March 31, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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After 10 years of never any issues with our SS model DV209AEW dryerSandy tells meour dryer isn't drying clothesthoughts arecall a service fella.but a recordingleave a messageI look at the dryercrammed into our laundry room..5 inches left to spare each sideso search about U Tube.checking the assorted methods And hints..choose replacement via the front method. A 1/2 hr. use a 10 mm socket,a 1/4 Drive ratchet to remove 2 hex/ Philip heads securing top coverno need to move dryer away from rear wallslide top cover rearwardslide front cover rearward..remove. Remove front trim with controls..no need to unplug. Remove small Philips screws..a few more as in details on YTuberemove ft panel along with door..un fasten plug. Hint..mark a circle around screw heads with felt tip pen.reason being..many holes not used..to quicken reassembly. Remove brace that secures heater housing..3 screws.slide out heater housingremove from dryer through front opening..remove two thermostats4 screws. Seperate top of housing..7 screwslooking closely ..notice break in coil resistance curly wire..or Use ohm meter..not required. If break in Curley resistance wirethis is the cause of..no heat.!Ordered this nifty replacement..Prime..replace heater assemblycarefully not to allow coils ,leads to touch covers.While was waiting for parts delivery, clean all inner cabinets,housing of lint residue, I also cleaned fan blades..remove 4 screws, a metal stampingI also removed filter holder assembly's..two sections,wash..reinstalled.Clean moisture sensorroughing sensor metal bars with fine finger nail Emory board softly.Reattach brackets to heater housing sides..with thermostats,two screws each thermostat plate.. attach red/ blue wires to insulated block tabs..slide in housing, slide in metal frame..attach 3 screws. The rest all reversed as when dissembling.Did. I mention..the first most important step.trip house Electrical 240..breakers..OFF..,!The most problematic problems I occurredgetting myself,up,down, moving about to service the dryersuggest faithful wife or companion to assist.Did notic no country of origin stamped on shipping box, or heater bracket did notice resistance coil of heater diameter coils..seems a bit beefedlarger wire diameter than originalno issue to be concerned about. Possibly coils will last longer than original.The first time to replace heater coilsif again..easy, quickly. Time will tell of quality part but if heater coils opens againwould be able to do as fast and efficiently.Amazon a most effective and method to obtain parts .!

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Works great
by Valued Customer on May 14, 2015
 
 
 
 
 
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Two weeks back I noticed my drier not working as its supposed to, and after a drying cycle all clothes were still damp. A quick test revealed that there is no hot hair coming from the ventQuick test to verify if the issue is related to the heating element1) Set the heat setting to Manual Time dry2) Open the door, press the push button behind the door, and Start the dryer.3) Wait for a minute or two and check if warm air is blowing out through the vents.In my case, I had no warm air coming out, I checked on youtube, and found several videosThere is one video, where the guy removes the drum to access the heating element -> You don't have to do itThere is one video, where the guy removes the back panel to remove the heating element -> You don't have to do itI followed this video, and took almost an hour to replace the elementhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_jp7Sq4OMgQ1) Remove the top cover, there are 2 screws behind the drier, unscrew it, and slide the top panel to remove it2) Remove the front control panel, probably 4 screws on top.3) Remove the door. Four screws on top, and 2 screws in the front4) Remove the support , pull out the heating element housing5) remove the sensors, and open the housing6) replace the heating element7) put it back8) pretty much follow the video.If you are unsure, take pictures before you unscrew or disconnect any electrical wires, so you know how to put it back.

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happy customer, great deal
by Valued Customer on December 02, 2015
 
 
 
 
 
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Found excellent videos on YouTube on how to diagnose a Samsung dryer and this part on amazon. Combined this was an absolute life saver. My dryer stopped working two days before thanksgiving and I was able to get it up and running by the following Tuesday. A repairman would have cost me ten times as much. I can't speak for its longevity yet, but I ordered a backup just in case it fails earlier than expected. I expect it will last a comparable time to the one I pulled out (6-7 years).I feel the need to point out a particular review on here that is incorrect. They claim this product is made with thinner, cheaper wire. I measured both the old unit and the replacement with a dial caliper and found the new one to be a thousandth of an inch thicker. The electrical resistance was also dead on at 9.6 ohms. Perhaps the person who made the claim that it was thinner ordered the wrong part for their dryer? Or maybe they were shipped the wrong part mistakenly? The unit is stamped with the part # and should match the old unit. For those who are curious the wire is fifty thousandths of an inch thick.I will update this review upon failure. However, even if it only lasted a year at this price I would just throw a new one in. It's an excellent chance to thoroughly clean the dryer and inspect the other components.One thing I did notice the first time I ran the dryer was a smell, like you could smell the element heating up for the first time. It was a minor issue and has disappeared after the first load.Just an update 5 months old and still working great

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Exactly as described and working great
by Valued Customer on July 01, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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I bought this part in hopes this is what would fix the problem with my 2 yr old dryer. After reading up on causes for my Samsung dryer not to heat, this part was the cause for about 60% of the dryers. I took a chance and ordered it.The dryer itself was a task to get apart and access the heating element (I YouTube'd a video on this). As each model is a little different, this part in my dryer was difficult to access. There were hidden screws and you have to have small hands and forearms to get to them. But Voila! Once I pulled the old one out, it was clear this was the issue. Mine was burnt in half.I changed the part out, put everything back together and with a prayer, turned it on. After 10 seconds of running, I opened the door of the dryer to see if it was heating. It had the slight electrical burning smell (normal for brand new electrical parts) and was heating perfectly.A month later, the dryer is still working like a brand new one. Long story short, this part is listed at a great price and solved my problem.

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Check your breaker switch before trying to fix a dryer that is not heating, but still running.
by Valued Customer on July 13, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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This did not work for me, but I don't believe it is because of the product. Some dryers can run even when your breaker switch is partially tripped, so I believe this is what happened in my case. If your dryer runs but does not heat up, first check that your breaker in the circuit box is not partially tripped before you start trying to fix it. I replaced the element, thermostat, thermistor, and everything else in my Samsung dryer and still couldn't get it to heat. I got rid of the dryer and bought a new one, only to have it do the same thing - no heat. I then started researching on line and found that some dryers will still run with a breaker that is partially tripped, they just will not heat up because they need 220 volts for the heating element which the element cannot get because the breaker is partially tripped. I learned that hard way. I hope this helps someone else.

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Quick delivery, easy installation, back in business for less than $17 in two days!
by Valued Customer on February 07, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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This really saved the day. $17 and delivered in two days through Amazon Prime. Taking the dryer apart was easy, even though it was my first time. I simply checked each and every thermal fuse for continuity with the multimeter. Everything was fine, but I was not getting anything on the heating coil, so I knew it was bad. Two days later, it arrived and I installed the new one immediately. I took my time putting it back together, cleaning the inside of the dryer, and oiling the bearings on the motor and rollers. Even so, I had it back together and in operation within one hour. I am guessing that a service call would be at least a couple hundred bucks, and they would probably mark up the part a few times over.

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it works beyond perfectly fine. Only issue is that if you mess up
by Valued Customer on March 16, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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At first I gave this practically zero stars because I thought it didnt work. Turns out, it works beyond perfectly fine. Only issue is that if you mess up installation or dont have someone experienced to install it properly, then even the best product wont work. Which I have high doubts about the reviews that claim it doesnt work, they probably tried to DIY or didnt have someone entirely knowledged or with sound background to install it.That or the piece they got was malfunctioned to begin with. Otherwise, it went in fine. Works fine. Heats just as fine and clothes are dry, smell great and yeah, it is definitely worth the cheap price.Only issue I had was shipping. I had to reschedule my technician to come a day later but considering I saved hundreds of dollars by not buying a new dryer, I am happy.Will probably order this again.

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cheap half hour fix!
by Valued Customer on April 07, 2017
 
 
 
 
 
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This provided a cheap and quick fix for my dryer. This is by far the best price I could find when my Samsung dryer wasn't getting my clothes dry. Now that my husband has replaced the heating element with this one, things are back to laundry as usualwhich is a necessity for our large family! He had this installed in less than an half hour, so it was super quick.

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Works for Amana NFW7200TW dryer
by Valued Customer on February 21, 2013
 
 
 
 
 
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Heating element broke on my dryer the weekend before I deployed. Spent several hours scouring the internet for a suitable replacement but expected shipping was >5 days. I needed my dryer back online before a Thursday, was delivered by Tuesday. Very happy that this seller is Amazon Prime shipper!I stumbled on this product because I checked the part number stamped on my heating element instead of looking for the Amana part number -it's less expensive by half even!One word of ""caution"". this is a new element. The first couple of dry cycles you will get a weird burning smell, probably due to some coating on the elements as they heat up.I accessed this heater element by removing the top cover, than the top console, than the front panel (the alternative is working from a 4"" hole in the back. MAKE SURE you label each and every wire to each connection, there will be 6 wires so make sure you connect them back.

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Dryer dries again.
by Valued Customer on October 14, 2016
 
 
 
 
 
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I have a Samsung DV350AEW/XAA 003 that stopped drying clothes because it stopped heating. Item picture shows actual product. Does not come with original mounting screws. Dryer's heat element and controls consists of three pieces: DC96-00887A (high limit thermostat), Dc47-00019A (heating element/this item), and DC47-00018A (low limit thermostat). I recommend replacing all three if you're going to replace one. Breaking down the machine to get at the controls is fairly easy if you follow similar breakdowns on YouTube and have some basic experience. Obviously incrementally test the machine as you re-assemble and heed all warnings and directions. Lots of voltage, heat, and sharp things to get hurt on. On my machine the high-limit thermostat was blown. Very little burn in smell which was gone after a single test load.

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Great product!
by Valued Customer on January 09, 2016
 
 
 
 
 
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Our dryer was running but no heat. To have a repair person come would be 300-400 dollars depending on what the problem was and more then likely they wouldn't have the part that day anyway. So we decided to order the heating element and fix it ourselves. Was very leery about purchasing an off brand replacement part but I have not been disappointed! The price was about 1/3 the price of buying the Samsung part locally. It has been working fine for about 3 months now. Could be our imagination but my husband and I both think it dries faster then it ever did! Glad I took the chance and did the work ourselves. Our Samsung dryer is about 7 years old and we considered replacing it over paying 300 dollars for a repair. The removal and replacement was as easy as You Tube described but it was well worth the sweat equity!

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