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Kenmore Electric Dryer, HE4, Model #110.85876401

Kenmore Electric Dryer, HE4, had a power surge, and only the drum light works. Replaced thermal fuse, front control panel, dryer cord, and still won't work. Outlet works fine. HELP!!!

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the dr
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SOURCE: Kenmore HE4 Electric Dryer runs as soon as you plug it in, doesn't heat and display isn't lit

Make sure that the cord is installed correctly make sure that the white wire is in the middle of the red and black wires. Other than that it sounds like a Main computer issue.

Posted on Jan 16, 2008

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SOURCE: panel control

Check to see it he belt is good, there is a kill switch on the belt which will stop the operation. Could be a broken belt or bad switch. Spin the drum if it is too easy then it is the belt.

Sgt 48

Posted on Jun 06, 2008

SOURCE: Kenmore HE4 no power to control, no sound, but the drum light bulb on when door opened

I have the same indications. It power up intermittently with the check lint LED lit. The manual said it will (lintLED) turn off when the start button is press but only gives me a beep when I press start. Lint LED only turn off when I open door. The dryer will function normally. I disassembled lint assemby and clean it thoroughly, including moisture sensor. I run a diagnostics, all LED lit with 88 displayed on panel. The second 8 flash with a continous beep. I check the power cord and removed panel but have not done a continuity check. The dryer is working now.

Posted on Aug 18, 2008

VOTIT
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SOURCE: Kenmore electric dryer HE4 dead,

Just click below the site links;

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Hope it may helps you;

Regards,
VOTIT

Posted on Sep 23, 2008

Maytag317
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SOURCE: Broken door handle

Hi, there should be two screws holding the handle. I looked up my suppliers and this would need to be ordered. The cost is between 21 and 29 dollars, depending on color.
Part#8559750 Graphite color or P#8559751 Black
If I can assist you further, please let me know. I can order the part.

Thanks
Vic

Posted on May 15, 2009

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