Question about Kenmore 62602 Electric Dryer
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If you have a 2 piece front panel just pry the bottom part open from the top, right under the door. It will swing down and lay flat. You can remove the gas valve assembly now. It is on the left. If you have a one piece front. remove the lint filter and then the two screws there. Be VERY careful not to drop anything down the hole. (It will ruin the fan.) Pry the top off by using a butter knife or thin screw driver to push in the clips in the front corners. It will swing open from the front. remove the wires from the door switch. Use a 5/16 socket to remove the screws holding the front panel in place. Pull out and up the bottom is held by clips. Be careful not to let the drum fall all the way out. When you reassemble the dryer before you put the top down , turn the drum a full turn to make sure that the felt seal at the back is seated properly.
Posted on Jun 29, 2008
Hi, If the lint screen is at the top of the dryer, remove the screws located at the lint screen. Then pry the top by inserting something flat into the gap between the top and the front panel. Now locate the screw inthe upper inside corners and remove them. Now the front will lift up and release from the cabinet.
If the lint screen is inside the door, the lower half front panel will release and let you see under the drum.
I hope this helps. Please let me know if I can assist you further.
Posted on May 22, 2009
Find your manual and follow the instructions
Posted on Sep 12, 2009
SOURCE: dryer won't heat
The back panel doesn't come off for service!!! Most heating and control components are available behind the kick panel below the main dryer door..
With electric dryers my normal train of thought in diagnostics is to start with source of power. Do I have 220 volts available at the terminal board where the electric cord is connected??? Quite often I find a blown fuse, etc to cause it to stop heating as the motor will run fine on 120 volts as thats all it requires, but the unit will not heat with out 220 volts to the element..
best of luck, and have fun,
Posted on Feb 02, 2010
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