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How and where to install coils in my Kenmoore Dryer 110-87584100

I was told I needed to install coils in my dryer. I will only ignite once maybe every 2-3 hours when cooled off. Where are the coils located and how do I install the 2 new ones?

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  • ali1ahmed2 May 12, 2009

    The model number is Kenmore 100.87584100

  • ali1ahmed2 May 12, 2009

    Sorry the model number should be 110 not 100 so it's

    110.87584100. Thanks again.

  • ali1ahmed2 May 12, 2009

    I have the coils I just need to know where they are located inside of the dryer by the flame/inginator etc.

  • ali1ahmed2 May 13, 2009

    Thanks I had already looked this same diagram up on sears parts direct and was hoping to get a better picture. Thanks anyways.

  • gene friedman May 11, 2010

    Do you have the model number of the dryer?

  • Bruce Bracey
    Bruce Bracey May 11, 2010

    If you can get me the model number I can send you a diagram.

    Regards,

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Unfortunately the diagram is of poor quality for this model for some reason, but you can get an idea where the coil is located in relation to the dryer. Item # 16 is the burner assembly and item #70 is the coil. If the old coil is still in the dryer you will be able to see the exact position once you get to the burner assembly.
Good luck, let me know.
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You can order the parts from sears

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