Question about Whirlpool LER4634J Electric Dryer
Check the resistance of the heating element (8 to 14 ohms). If ok, then check continuity of the overload devices attached to the heat element duct. If either one or both are open then replace ($14 for both). Dryer should heat.
If heat element is faulty, the part can be purchased at Sears/Kenmore Parts Center and swapped out ($45.00).
Provide your dryer model number and ask for the needed parts.
Unplug your dryer first before attempting any service work. Safety first and always!
Posted on Dec 20, 2008
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