Question about Kenmore Dryers
Most probable cause is the heating elements have burned out. You can get these from Sears parts store if you have the model number. To check the elements, you have to take the dryer apart. Depending on the model this can be accomplished by removing the top of the dryer or the back cover if it is removable. By all means, make sure the dryer is unplugged before starting any repair. If you have an ohm meter, take the ends of the elements loose from their attachment and test the elements for resistance. If the reading is 0 there is a short(they are burned out) and must be replaced.
Posted on Jul 03, 2009
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