Question about Kenmore 63942 Dryer
This could be any number of issues. You can remove the front kick panel by inserting a putty knife between the door section and top of kick panel and pop those clips down. The clips are approx 2 inches from the sides. When you pull down the kick panel, the element will be on the right side. The element could be bad, or the thermofuse (which is mounted on that box in front of the thermostat). You can ohm out these two and see if you get resistance. These are the usual suspects that can cause a no heat problem. Other problems could be a bad timer or bad heat control board. These are unlikely, but they do go bad.
Posted on Oct 14, 2007
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