Question about Kenmore Dryers
I am changing the heater element in my Kenmore Electric dryer. I am also changing the TCO and hi/lo thermostats. I am concerned that the wiring connections for the replacement parts do not match exisitng wiring connections. Mainly, I had a small orange colored wire connected to the thermostat but the new connections do not allow mw to connect that wire anywhere. I purchesed the parts through AP Wagner and they are the appropriate replacement parts.
My question is basically, will the functionality of the dryer be changed if the orange wire is not connected to the thermostat or the heater element?
The orange wire is for the timer if you do not connect it then the cycles wont work.the timed cycle will but not the other cycles.
Posted on Nov 13, 2008
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