Question about Kenmore Dryers
Heating element may have burned out. Replace with universal element. Unplug dryer. Remove back. Remove housing covering element. Visually inspect the element and the terminals to ensure it is intact. If the element is broken, carefully unthread it without stretching it as the overall length will be required to prestretch the new one. Follow the same path to thread in the new element. Ensure the housing is clean inside as lint can cause the element to become damaged. Tighten the connections. Close it up. Reconnect power.
Posted on Oct 28, 2008
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