Question about Dryers
It also appears that dryer will not even come up in diagnostic test today.
This is tested on the matching connector to P3 that leads into the control board/user interface. P3 is on the console. P1 is the connector that plugs into P3.
P1-14 matches to P3-14 etc. There are exposed connectors on one side of the connector.
Posted on Jun 18, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Dryer Runs, but NO Heat
The new dryer products clog up the fine mesh screen lint trap. Take it out each time and wash it with hot water until you can see the water run through. I learned this the hard way and paid for a service call.
Posted on Aug 19, 2007
SOURCE: Kenmore Dryer won't stay running
if the thermal fuse is bad the dryer won't run at all, or it will have stopped heating completely. more likely this is a unit with a power control board in the console. these were very known for the resistor on the board burning out which can be checked visually. i've had at least 6 or 7 of these do that exact same thing. hope this helps.
Posted on Dec 29, 2007
You probably have a bad thermal cut-off . This is the small thermostat , located at the top of the element housing . This " thermostat " should read infinate resistance ( no resistance ) . You can put the 2 wires togather , and see if heat comes on . pt # 3399848 . Both thermostats , should read 0 resistance . They are normally closed . The thermal cut-off , will not reset itself , if open . This is a safety t-stat , for when dryer gets too hot , and will have to be replaced .
Posted on Nov 11, 2009
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SOURCE: Maytag Neptune Dryer Not Heating
Bingo. I have the same problem. It is called the Thermistor and it "blows" if subjected to over temperature or high voltage. Found it as part # DC32-00007a for $8.95 s/h on Samsungparts.com.
Posted on Sep 16, 2010
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