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Blower motor inop. good power going to the motor. where can I get a maintenance manual? also looking for a blower motor part number and where i can order one.

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  • Bob Small Feb 19, 2009

    I have the same problem. Really, intermittant blowing.



    The thing to try FIRST is to check for error codes:

    Turn on the Dryer, If not on the home screen, press 'home' on key panel. press and hold "my cycles" and "back" together for three (3) seconds. If there are any codes it will say "Errors Recorded"



    One comment I found elsewhere was to unplug the dryer and let the compuer in it 'reset' - I think after 3 minutes or so - but I let mine go 10. Plug it in and see...

  • karam4kren Mar 08, 2009

    Same problem, Unpluged dryer to remove top and scematic, Found this site on the web, pluged back in after about 10 min and now works. Computer must have reset.

  • basisgod Mar 09, 2009

    blower does not work,no heat. the sears service man put in new thermostats and new board, still nothing. 

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