Question about Amana NED5500TQ Electric Dryer
I have a Kenmore Dryer (Series 90, Model: 110.76912691, Purchased May 1998) that is partially heating. I cleaned out lots of lint from all parts of the dryer that I could access. I confirmed that the new dryer vent pipe (installed 15 months ago) was clean. What could the issue be? Why is it partially drying. 120 mins to dry what used to take 40 mins. What would you recommend? Fix it? Buy a new one?
You'll have to check your thermostats. one is the dryer cycling thermostat and the other is fixed high limit thermostat this one is rated at 250 degree F. go to www.repairclinic.com/Appliance-Parts?s=t-11076912691-%3d%3d&z=100 Look for item # 2893 and 2926. This will show you which part to look for in your dryer. You may have to take the drum out to see these parts and while you have it apart clean behind the drum. to open you dryer you either pry the top up with a flat screw driver or at the bottom of the front panel there may be a couple of screws take them out and raise the bottom out. the top part should then lift off. Good Luck.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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