Question about Kenmore 63942 Dryer
The dryer will run but the clothes don't dry. Not a handy person... at all. So kindly put solution directions in simplest form, exactly what I have to do. TX.
I am a retired appliance engineer of 20 years, and in basic language, no heat = check heater element for open circuit (has it blown) also there are thermal cut outs like you say, sometimes about 3 located (2 near the element) and another elsewhere normally near the air outlet, these can be triggered so the element doesn't work, if any one of these are triggered this could be caused by overheating / overloading / or just a vent or air flow blockage, all are easy to rectify with basic common sense and a multimeter work safe and unplug before checking if i have helped please rate me, best of luck
Posted on Sep 18, 2007
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