Question about Kenmore 62602 Electric Dryer
Thought the heating element went bad so we replaced it. Still no heat. For a while I had low heat only and it went out and have no heat on any setting. We cleaned the vent and lint traps, too. Don't have a diagram to replace the fuse. Where would it be? What's the next step if the fuse is not the problem?
The themofuse is in 1 of 2 places ,,,, on some you take the back off and its on the excust pipe or take the bottom front down on it is on the pipe there ,,,, it dont look like a fuse your used to seeing ,,, it is a small plastic piece with only 2 wires connected to it ,,,, be sure to have dryer disconnected before replacing
Posted on Nov 25, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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