Question about Kenmore Elite HE4 Electric Dryer
There are 2 fuses located one on the heater side at the top and the other at the exaust side at the bottom if you hard wire the one then the other you can figar out witch one it is if none work hard wire both then replace them.
Posted on Oct 17, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
PS: The HE3 does have a belt switch right near the motor..
Try the hir-dryer trick on the main buttons.. or of you can solder replace all of the buttons on the main control panel. they love to stick ON and cause the entire thing to appear dead (see my other post on the dryer fix) other items were also listed.. check the little white fuse just behind the lint-vent (under lower cover, behind the galvanized vent that covers the fan (left sensor)) that one and the door switch (blue/white) kill the motor completely.. ohms-beep them for good connections..
Posted on May 19, 2008
pull end caps off just grab at top of plastic and pull towards you remove the 2 screws underneath lift console up and roll back next to timer is a small control bd to right of that are 2 relays 1 with red wires for element and 1 with blue wires for motor first try switching the relays they are identical and will work for either 1 ..try if works replace relay ..if still not working suspect control bd
Posted on Jul 01, 2008
FWIW ... the Sears guy came by yesterday. The problem was apparently that the door latch was not operating to the extent that the sensors thought the door was open. He is replacing the latch next week. He adjusted the old one in the mean tiome and it appears to be working fine.
This kind of stunned me, since my wife reported an electric zap and the interior light burned out as the dryer went dead -- so I was sure it would be a fried circuit board -- but, no, a little jiggling of the latch seemed to clear it up....
Posted on Jul 10, 2008
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It could be the door safety interlock switch. Remove the switch, short the two wires and press start. If it works, remove the short to stop the dryer and order a switch. If you have an Ohm Meter you can test the function of the switch without shorting the switch. Do you hear the motor start? If yes check the belt for any breaks. Use an Ohm Meter to test the start switch or touch the two wires together to see if it starts. You can check the thermal fuse with an Ohm Meter which should be by the blower motor. If the thermal fuse is bad make sure the vent and lint trap is clear of any obstructions. The last item to check is the timer circuit.
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