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Kenmore Dryer Model #110.62212100-"NO HEAT "Problem

I bought a 279816 Thermal Cutoff Kit,the Instructions are so confusing,can you give me a simple & easy to follow instructions to install it?

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SOURCE: Kenmore oven clock control installation instructions

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Posted on Nov 22, 2007

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SOURCE: Kenmore dryer (electric )

You will need to UNPLUG the dryer and remove the back panel to access. The heating element is located inside the heater box on the right-hand side of the dryer (facing from the back). Simply disconnect, the wires leads and remove the mounting screws to remove.

Now...you mentioned removing the thermal fuse. Did you check the thermal cut-out or the hi-limit thermostat? These components are small silver disc-shaped devices mounted on the heater box assembly. As you are facing the back of the dryer, the hi-limit thermostat is located near the terminal connections of the heating element. The thermal cut-out is located farthest away from the heating element closer to the top of the heater box. Usually when you have a no heat problem, it the thermal cut-out, hi-limit thermostat, or heating element that goes bad. If the thermal fuse is bad, you generally have a dryer that not only won't heat, but won't even turn on. I hope I'm not confusing you. In a nut shell, there's a difference between the thermal fuse and the thermal cut-out. If you had large accumulations of lint in your dryer, I would bet you have a blown thermal cut-out.

If you wish to check the parts listing yourself to make sure you have the correct parts, go to searspartsdirect.com, type in your model number and look under the "Bulkhead" heading. The thermal cut-out kit is what you need to order for a no heat problem. It's listed as item #1 (part #279816). This also includes the hi-limit thermostat. It is recommended by the manufacturer to replace BOTH of these components at the same time. The heating element is listed as item #14 (part #279838).

Look under the "view diagram" heading and you can see where all these components are located, using the exploded view of the dryer assembly. The thermal fuse you mention is listed as item #59 in the drawing and is located on the air baffle housing.

This is still an easy fix. I just want to make sure you're identifying the correct parts. I don't think you want to purchase parts you don't need.

I hope this helps you. If I've managed to confuse you, please post back with your questions and I can guide you in the right direction.

Posted on Apr 16, 2008

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SOURCE: Kenmore 80 Series Dryer - No Heat - Thermal Cutoff Kit 279769

that therm. will actually come off the heating element part, it is always good to change both, I use a small screwdriver to get it off

Posted on Nov 09, 2008

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SOURCE: HOW TO REPLACE A THERMAL CUTOFF ON ELECTRIC DRYER

you will need too take off your back panel of your dryer and the heater is on your right the thermal cutoff is on the left of the heater housing at the top and then there is a little white thermal cutoff on your blower housing in the bottom left of the dryer now if this is not how your dryer looks let me know cause there is several different style of kenmore dryers but this is the most common one

Posted on Dec 29, 2008

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SOURCE: need to replace thermal fuse on kenmore dryer 110.75924401

This fuse is located on the back on the wind tunnel exhaust.

Posted on Mar 14, 2009

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