Question about Kenmore Dryers
My dryer recently quit working, so I brought out the repair manual and started troubleshooting. I found that the thermal fuse and one of the operating thermostats had gone bad. I replaced them both and it worked for about a day. I have retested the and the same parts are bad again. Could it be something wrong with the heating elements?
If the thermal fuse and thermostat are bad,something is causing them to overhea,t before tackling the heating element, you should check all connections to the stat and fuse as a loose connexion could be the cause of the over heating.
Posted on Dec 11, 2008
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