Question about Kenmore 63942 Dryer
We have an older kenmore front load dryer it was working fine took a load out to put another load in and now it will not start. Timer works but none of the fuses we mess with make it start does the dryer its self have a fuse?
Based on your description, i would suggest two possibilities. the first....check the door switch
two....check the blower housing sensor (a fuse like component located at the lower rear of the dryer).. it is a small , slim part about an 1 1/4 inches long and about 3/8 ths inches wide. it has a wire connection at both ends.
a quick test for both components mentioned would be to pull the wires off and temporarily connect them together. (be sure to not let them touch anything else). then try to operate the unit.
hope this helps...........................jay
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