Question about Dryers
Replaced the thermistor for pf light. ran for 5 loads to dry. Now there is no power on panel and inside dryer light is not working. I rest breaker and unplugged, still no power on panel.
Check the door switch if they go completely bad it will kill everything..... door open or closed
Posted on Feb 11, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Check your lint filter. Put it under running water to see if the water goes through it. Chances are it is clogged up. Wash it and put it back. Should do the trick.
Posted on Jun 18, 2008
May be coincidental that you had a short circuit ocurr in the back panel after your wife dusted but the problem is that you now have a short circuit which will trip the breaker. If you can unplug it and slide it out to gain access to the back panel, remove the cover and look for carbon or flash burn on some of the components in that area. Usually when you get an arc like that the evidence of the component is pretty easy to identify. You may see some carbon or equivalent on a component which once located, could simply be removed and replaced. Sears usually has exploded views drawings of all their appliances and you may be able to get a copy from the store service area. Good Luck..
Posted on Nov 25, 2008
your dryer has a safety feature that it will not run or heat when the door is opened. It is so no gas fumes are exhauseted into your home. Once the safety is engaged, It will not allow the dryer to restart for a short while. It should clear itself after only a few minutes. Hope this helps, good luck.
Posted on Apr 18, 2009
pf is for power failure. sounds like You may have a short somewhere. Be careful of electric shock.
Posted on Apr 21, 2009
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Check the plug, both the male and female side. Sounds like a loose connection. Check the connections going in the back of the dryer too...remove the little plate (with it unhooked) and check the tightness of the wire.
Posted on Aug 12, 2009
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