Kenmore 82822 Electric Dryer "arcing heating element" Questions


...the heating element had a hot spot in the coil of the element and it either sagged from heat and touched the case of the dryer and arced which threw sparks or it just separated with the same ...


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...heating element is located directly behind the drum. If a strand of the heater wire contacts the rear of the drum it may create spark or arcing. I strongly suggest consulting a professional to ...


...cause little heat and then sparks? sounds like your heating element opened up,as it was running and when the element broke it arced and these were the sparks you saw,you will need a new heater ...

heating element issue? The heating element is either gonna work or not work. Some things you can check for is air restrictions.If all of that is good and you still have problems your timer might be on

...heating portion of the dryer, the dryer still runs on the other fuse but do not get any heat. if its an old round buss fuse that screws in the panel(especially an old 60 amp panel),sometimes the ...

...heating element. Thanks Dave the problem is most likely an airflow problem. if you have a flexible duct connected to the back of the machine then replace it with a smooth rigid (not pvc) metal duct. ...

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arcing in the element enclosure. Please advise if its likely in the fuse box Thanks yes, after years of current going thru the fuse clips they get hi resistance connectiond and cant supply correct pwr

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...heating element. It might have been burned out. I hope this helps, Jeff when you replace the brackets etc, you obviously disconected the heating element that surrounds the back of the drum (it is ...

...much current or excessive arcing... I can only suggest you thoroughly examine the heating element looking for breaks and accidental short circuits between the coils of the element or connecting

...heating element get hot & burned off . I had just replaced thermal fuse yesterday & now this happens . I would say the slide on terminal was loose and arced causing a high current situation ...

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