Question about Kenmore 63942 Dryer
Dryer will not heat, replaced fuse and thermostats, checked heating element and cleaned lint but still not heating ... am lost....help!!
Your timer has a red wire (marked RH on the timer) disconnect it with the power off of course, check for continuity between this point and all other points on that timer. If you cannot get continuity even while slowly moving the timer manually all around the dial then you have a bad timer. Sometimes you can clean the points on the timer but most of the time you must replace it.
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