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Dyer fuse checked on, heard timer clicking, closed door pushed ON button but unit won't rung.

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  • kingkong108 Oct 03, 2008

    Kenmore. Model: 110. C66912692

  • kingkong108 Oct 03, 2008

    Belt, switch and voltage are fine.

  • kingkong108 Oct 04, 2008

    Kenmore Series 90. Model: 110. C66912692, , 6-8 years old.

  • kingkong108 Oct 05, 2008

    Very appreciate for help. 


    'll try to locate the thermal fuse tomorrow. do you have any picture to show how dose it looks like? I've seen one on the other website, still not too sure. 


    Thanks

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Hi ..well you could have a broken belt.the door switch. could be the problem.. check the voltage you need 240 volts.

Posted on Oct 03, 2008

  • john gagnon
    john gagnon Oct 04, 2008

    hi , wlll ther is a thermal fuse on the heater housing, at the to check that . thanks

  • john gagnon
    john gagnon Oct 05, 2008

    when your at the back of the dryer clean all vents thanks

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