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Kenmore series 90 dryer will not start

Checked breakers, power cords, &Etc.
I put clothes in to dry after running one previous load, but would not start to dry second load. I have a light inside but dryer will not run.
I think it may be the thermal fuse, where is this located and how I remove it??
Thank you, in advance for your time.
Rick

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  • mastiff1 May 09, 2010

    I popped the back cover off, what a job! and found not only had the thermal fuse tripped, but the belt was broken as well, it's working fine now.
    Many thanks
    Ric

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Http://www.pcappliancerepair.com/cgi...2519&brand=WPL depending on model it sounds as if it is the thermal fuse, the cabinet will have to be opened , some are in back...either way you must unplug the dryer Safety First.. :)

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