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My kitchenAid dryer model# kehs02mt0 does not get hot.. how can I tell if it's the heating element or thermal cutoff kit? Plz help, thx


YOU WILL HAVE TO CHECK THE THERMOSTATS WITH A MULTI METER FOR CONTINUITY. U CAN GET CHEAP METERS FOR LIKE 5 BUCKS AT SOME HARDWARE STORES. CHECK THE THERMAL CUT OFF NOT THERMAL SHUT OFF, THE HI LIMIT AND THE CYCLING THERMOSTAT, THEN CHECK UR HEATING ELEMENT. SOMETIMES A CLOGGED AND DIRTY VENTING LINE AND LINT BASKET WILL HINDER IT FROM HEATING TOO.

Mar 19, 2015 | KitchenAid Dryers

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How do I test and/or replace the thermal cut-off in a creswell electric fire


test by placing the end of ur meter prongs on the ends of the thermal fuse prong, 2 prongs with wires attached remove the wires and attach the meter prong, you should get a reading of continuity or OHMS NOT INFINITY the circuit must be closed not open

Oct 08, 2014 | Dryers

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Kitchenaid whisper quiet plus dishwasher


It is likely the thermal fuse is cut off and will need to be reset or replaced depending on the model number of your dishwasher. Please provide actual model number in the comments.

Apr 25, 2014 | KitchenAid Dishwashers

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Kitchen Aid Gas dryer KGYE664WWHI does not heat up


It could be several other things thermal fuse, thermal cut out, hi limit thermostat, dryer coils, heat sensor,or igniter. All of these parts are inexpensive and easy to test and replace.There is a video at http://appliancehelponline.com/gdryertroublevideo.html this will walk you thru the troubleshooting of these components. It may be a different model but the troubleshooting will be the same.You can also enter your model # for diagrams and illustrations. All parts come with installation instructions. Not all models are available. If you need help disassembling your machine there are videos of this also for most styles.

Aug 03, 2010 | KitchenAid KGYS850LT Gas Dryer

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BI METAL THERMAL CUT OFF SWITCH KEEPS BLOWING.


You might have debris clogging the drain/disposal. My wife just tried to wash labels off of some old jars, the paper is stuck in the drain and my TCO is blown.

Jun 04, 2010 | KitchenAid 24 in. KUDS02FRSS Stainless...

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Dryer does not get hot


Check for a blown thermal fuse or a faulty heating element. The thermal fuse is about an inch long and is located just inside the rear of the dryer and is usually attached to or near the exhaust duct. It can be tested using a multimeter or ohmmeter. Check for continuity. A lack of continuity indicates a blown thermal fuse. The heating element can be tested in the same manner. Sure hope this helped and best wishes.

Aug 28, 2009 | KitchenAid Dryers

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YKEHSO2RWHO starts o.k. but stop within a few minutes


that dryer has a moisture sensor probably is not sensing moisture

Jun 23, 2009 | KitchenAid KEHS02RMT Electric Dryer

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Kitchenaid superba dryer won't heat Where is the heater fuse located?


Q - My electric dryer runs but will not heat, what could stop my dryer from heating?
A - Things that could stop a electric dryer from heating:
- house fuse or breaker ( needs two of them ), heating element, burnt wire, thermostat(s), thermal fuse ( not all models ), motor heat switch, timer, selector switch, burnt power cord/plug.
A ohm meter test for these parts is here.
Q - My gas dryer will not heat, what could stop my dryer from heating?
A - Things that could stop a gas dryer from heating:
- glow bar igniter, thermal fuse ( not all models ), coils on the gas valve, gas valve, thermostats,motor heat switch, timer, selector switch, sensor.
A page for checking gas dryers is here.
Meter testing and usage tips.
1. Power supply-check power supply at terminal block where cord enters the dryer. Should read 240V. If you read 240V here, tested with a volt meter, unplug dryer and test components with ohm meter.
2. Thermostats-Cycle and safety thermostats-read them with an ohm meter. Should show continuity . How common thermostats work.
3.Timer-The timer has a set of contacts that pass voltage to the heaters. If you can not determine by wiring picture what they are, check across the two terminals with the largest wires on them. The heater wires are almost twice as large as the others. You should read continuity with timer in heat mode.
4. Thermal fuses-In recent years the makers of dryers are using thermal fuses to let you know something is wrong with your dryer. They are generally non resetting and have to be replaced. The thermal fuses are located on the heater element housing and should read continuity if read with an ohm meter. Most blown thermal fuses are the result of vent/air flow problems or a grounded heating element.
5. Selector Switches-Read the wiring picture and determine which switch is closed. You should read continuity across closed switches.
6. Safety Switch on Motor-There is a safety switch on motor to insure that heaters can not come on unless motor is running. It is normally open when the motor is idle/not running, and closes when motor runs. In order to check with an ohm meter, remove the two large wires on motor switch and make them electrically safe. Tape them. Plug the dryer in and start motor. Check continuity across the terminals on the motor switch you removed the heavy wires from. If it is ok you should read continuity. Remember that the smaller wires in a dryer carry the 120V and the large wires carry 240V. There is no voltage on these two terminals with wires removed. It is ok to test with ohm meter.
7. Heat elements-Test heater element with an ohm meter. You will read continuityacross a good element ( 8-12 ohms is an average element ).
But darn it, I don't have a Ohm Meter....
To check the thermal fuse  - You can bypass the thermal fuse (just connect the 2 wires together) for testing purposes only.To check the thermal cut-out  - You can bypass the thermal cut-out (just connect the 2 wires together) for testing purposes only.
To check the thermostats for continuity -  - You can bypass the thermostat (just connect the 2 wires together) for testing purposes only.
To check the Element: Try removing element and physically looking at the element wire for a break in the wire.

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Mar 30, 2009 | KitchenAid Dryers

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I have the same problem as djeff757 post on Kitchenaid KDRP467


I don't recall a control panel fuse for this model, there is, however, a thermal cut-off on the rear of the unit. The part number is 8300802 and you simply have to remove the rear panel to access it.

Dec 29, 2008 | KitchenAid KDRP467KSS Dual Fuel (Electric...

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Fuse


no fuse thermal cut out. small themal disk on back of range. should be closed. if open will need thermal disk and possible vent kit

Apr 14, 2008 | KitchenAid KGRA806PSS Gas Kitchen Range

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