Question about Kenmore 63942 Dryer
I would not recommend "hot wiring" your heating element, you could cause a fire. There are safety components in the dryer that will keep the element from coming on or getting too hot. First thing I would check is to make sure that your exhaust line is clear, one of the first killers to proper heating is lack of air flow. If the exhaust line is clear than I would look at the thermostats for your dryer. Depending on the model there could be anywhere from two to four different thermostats and frequently there is also a thermal link that if it goes bad the heat will not come on. Hope this helps and please do not try to hot wire your heating element!
Posted on Mar 18, 2014
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