Question about Kenmore 500 6952 Dryer
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: kemnore 80 electric dryer:
In addation to testing the element and thermalfuse what ya need to check is both of the thermostats that are on left side of teh housing where the heat element fits into,both of those should have zero ohms resistiance,also should check the cycling t-stat there where the thermal fuse (in the blower housing) be sure to not confuse the thermal fuse which is the blower housing with the thermal cutoff which is on the heater housing that and the high limit t-stat are the ones in the heater housing and are the most likely things making the dryer not heat.
If all above checks to be good, the timer, or the motor is whats wrong causing it to not heat.
Posted on Sep 20, 2011
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