Question about Kenmore 62822 Electric Dryer
Timer nit moving drum not heating up. the heating element is working. any sugestions on what is wrong.
Check the power input. perhaps one of the hot legs is not working. When I say this I mean that the dryer is plugged into a 240V receptacle (if you live in North America). This means that each of the hot slots are 120V. The heating element uses both of these for a total of 240V, but the controls use only one for 120V. The element may seem to be working, but it could be only half-voltage.
Or it could be a faulty timer circuit.
Posted on Sep 06, 2008
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