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Dryer was running and just stopped now will not start back up

When you turn it to timed dry you can hear the timer clicking but the dryer does nothing took panels off all wires look good nothing looks burnt up and belt is still in place when i turn the fan everything turns freely could use some help ... THANKS

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  • rickylogan May 13, 2009

    kenmore heavy duty 70 series model # 65732

  • rickylogan May 14, 2009

    model #110.96573220 65732 hope this helps thank you

  • rickylogan May 15, 2009

    That was the problem thank-you very much it is very appreciated

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    Pataricia Nolte May 11, 2010

    It would help to have a model number. But before you send one, make sure you turn off the breaker to the dryer all the way off then turn it back on and see if it starts heating. If that does not work write back with your model number.

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It would help to have a model number. But before you send one, make sure you turn off the breaker to the dryer all the way off then turn it back on and see if it starts heating. If that does not work write back with your model number.

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    Pataricia Nolte May 13, 2009

    this is not a full model number...open the dryer door and read the model number from left to right all the way...it should start with 110.6...., there are numbers your are leaving out please try again so that I can help...

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    Pataricia Nolte May 14, 2009

    Look at the diagram I am sending you a link to it is an exploded view of the back of your dyer. Try this first take the back off the dryer and you will see a white fuse aprox at the middle closer to the bottom of the unit. # 59 in the diagram. take the two wires...with the unit unplugged and put them together...make sure they will stay together and none of the connection metal comming off the two leads is touching any other part of the dryer. Maybe even temporarily tape them together with electrical tape...and then with the back still off see if your dryer will start working again. This is a safety switch and needs to be replaced and so don't use it this way. I you can get this part at any appliance part store and It goes out usually when you need to clean out your dryer...if that doesnt work write me back and let me know...I will help you further...here is the link to the diagram...good luck...click on the link.

    http://www.searspartsdirect.com/partsdir...

  • Pataricia Nolte
    Pataricia Nolte May 14, 2009

    Look at the diagram I am sending you a link to it is an exploded view of the back of your dyer. Try this first take the back off the dryer and you will see a white fuse aprox at the middle closer to the bottom of the unit. # 59 in the diagram. take the two wires...with the unit unplugged and put them together...make sure they will stay together and none of the connection metal comming off the two leads is touching any other part of the dryer. Maybe even temporarily tape them together with electrical tape...and then with the back still off see if your dryer will start working again. This is a safety switch and needs to be replaced and so don't use it this way. I you can get this part at any appliance part store and It goes out usually when you need to clean out your dryer...if that doesnt work write me back and let me know...I will help you further...here is the link to the diagram...good luck...click on the link.

    http://www.searspartsdirect.com/partsdir...

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