Question about Dryers
I heard a pop as the dryer we heating up....could this be a blown fuse for the heating unit...also need a repair manual for this model
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You really need a volt / ohm meter to check for Continuity & Volts Its well worth the investment... $15.00 bucks give or take a few I would check to see if you have 220v to back of dryer where the cord mounts to dryer, If dryer is getting only 1 leg 110 volts instead of the 220 will it not heat. Check themostates & heater for Continuity... Most models, Now have a.. Hi-limit fuses that need to be checked for Continuity
Posted on Oct 08, 2007
SOURCE: Kenmore electric dryer series 90
Check the automatic door shut off switch and wiring. When the door closes it actuates a switch (completes and electrical circuit) which allows the dryer to operate.
Posted on Dec 15, 2008
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