Question about Amana Dryers
I have to lift the back part of dryer up and drop it just about 1/2 an inch to 1''. I am guessing it needs to catch on something.
ONce I do this it heats up ok.
I have been doing this now for about 3 mos.
Husband has already checked to see if something is loose.
We cannot seem to find anything.
The heating element needs replacing . what you are doing is by dropping it connects the element for a short time. the drum needs to be pulled to access the element unplug the drier should be a couple screws when you open the door pretty easy to take apart pull the drum the element is behind it. I would get a restring kit online appliance parts ya need the model and serial # the biggest cause of drier element failure is plugged drier vent. clean that it will make the drier work more efficiently lower electric bill. good luck. it is helpful to have 3 hands for 1st timers putting the drier belt back on. Tom
Posted on Jun 24, 2009
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