Question about Kenmore 85871 Electric Dryer
My dryer is not heating up and i think the fuse is blown
Check your breakers first. Turn off then back on. Then check trhe wiring from the receptacle to the dryer and to the heating elements. The thermal fuse is located under the top. You will have to remove some screws to get to it. Bypass the fuse and if it works, then replace it. It is only 15 dollars. If all is O.K., then check the heating element. It may be bad especially if the dryer is over 10 years old.
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