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Kenmore dryer won't heat up.

We changed igniter and still no heat. We hear the click. Help!

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  • normaljb Oct 06, 2008

    It is a Kenmore 90 series, model # 110.72912100 Thank you.

  • normaljb Oct 07, 2008

    Thank you for your help. We have ordered the parts and will let you know if it works. Thanks!

  • normaljb Oct 15, 2008

    Our Kenmore 90 series dryer model # 110.72912100 still does not heat up. We have replaced the burner ignitor and both coils. The ignitor does not glow. What now??

  • normaljb Oct 15, 2008

    The problem is not fixed. We have replaced the ignitor, and both coils. I notice the ignitor does not glow, but we do hear the click when the dryer starts.

  • normaljb Oct 16, 2008

    Our Kenmore 90 series model 110.72912100 will not heat. We checked the lint and vacuumed, air flow is great. We replaced the ignitior (but it does not glow). We also replaced both coils. Now what?

  • normaljb Oct 17, 2008

    We have looked at all of the available parts list and diagrams and can not find a thermocouple. Where is it and do you have a part number? Is there another name for it?

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The ignitor wont lite up ..........

maybe the board has blows......... why don't u get technician to check the fault

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There should be a thermocouple, that regulates the heat, test it , when that is faulty, the dryer does not heat.

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Can you describe the issue isn detailed or is the issue aiready resolved.

Posted on Oct 15, 2008

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    Legin Varghese Oct 15, 2008

    Did you clean the lint screen and replace? Also - all lint should be
    cleaned from back of dryer and the duct...many dryer manufacturer have
    safety sensors that will not light dryer due to there being too much
    lint, not enough air flow...(safety feature) ...

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