Question about Kenmore Dryers
Is this an electic dryer? If so, the heating elements run on 220 volts and the dryer motor runs on 110. Check your fuse panel and make sure the fuses have not blown. Then check the outlet at the dryer and make certain you have 220 volts at the receptical.
If that checks out OK, you may have to check the circuit to the heating coils in the back as well as the coils them selves. There are also heat sensors located near the coils that will prevent them from coming on if it get too hot or the sensor is bad.
You can go to the Sears parts web site and get the parts diagram using your dryer diagram. There is an electrical schematic on the back of the dryer that will help you track down the circuit.
Good luck, let me know.
Posted on Jun 30, 2009
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