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Kenmore Dryer 110.64202200
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Loud/Soft signal
all i can figure is it is a strange method by kenmore to alert the user to throw in an antistatic cloth that gives softer clothes (clothes softener sheets)
Posted on May 25, 2007
Kenmore 70 series. Model/Stock 66702692 Serial MG2402832
Cycle Signal works but then won't shut off until I open up the dryer door - it just keeps buzzing for hours. Also the dryer will turn on if I close the door ( and arrow is within a number and not on off) without pressing the start button. So if door is closed - the dryer will run or buzz (depending on arrow). How do I fix this?
Posted on Nov 25, 2008
You could have any one of several problems with that gas dryer -
Turn dryer on.
Go out to where dryer duct exits house.
Feel the amount and strength of air blast coming from vent.
Air blast should be strong and cover the full face of the vent.
If not, check that dryer hose is not crushed/collapsed behind dryer as it is pushed back into position.
Clear any restrictions in the vent pipe.
Clean lint screen.
Check that there is no restriction where air is pumped into or discharges from the dryer drum on the inside.
If you are able to, check to see if you can see the pilot ignitor lighting.
Reply back your findings for further instruction or information.
Posted on Feb 04, 2009
Just solved this problem for a Kenmore stackable washer dyer! Sorry I don't have the model number. I have a baby on the way and a small house. I was pretty sure I would get no sleep between the baby crying and the baby crying because of that darn buzzer!
The buzzer is attached to the timer with a quick connect post. Access the controls by unscrewing the large panel above the washer door. You will need a square screwdriver or a very small flathead and some vice grips to get it started. The panel will fall forward onto the washer. In mine there was a pouch with an electrical diagram of the unit. To release the controls, two more screws must be removed from the sides of the small panel housing the controls. Once again you need a square screwdriver or a very small flathead and some vice grips to get it started. Once these are out you should be able to lift the control panel up and it will fall forward. Get a small box or stand to put on the washer. This will support the panel as the wires are not that long. On the left side of the timer controls you will see a quick connect post marked with an "H". Disconnect this wire and your problems are solved. Beautiful silence! I put electrical tape on the quick connect wire. Not sure if I needed to as I'm not an electrician. Hope this helps.
Posted on Aug 26, 2009
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