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My Kenmore 90 series dryer runs but will not heat

My Kenmore 90 series dyer runs but will not heat up. How do I get to the heating element and fuse?

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Does your dryer have power? If yes, then check (1) the flow of air outside the house from your dryer tube and (2) your circuit breaker panel for each circuit in the house (I've not seen fuses/breakers built into dryers -- though that could change). Then check (3) your heating element, (4) thermostat, (5) high-temp thermal cutoff switch, and (6) for debris in the air flow path to / from from the centrifugal fan.
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Kenmore dryers have what we call a thermo fuse, usually on top on the burner area - I would check continuity on this unit and replace if nesessary.
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This sounds like it could be the thermal fuse or the heating element. You can check the thermal fuse and heating element for continuity with an ohm meter. No continuity would be bad. The fuse is usually located close to the duct. Hope this helps.

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We have a kenmore dryer model 11068934792 ser. mj3303110 -90 plus series we do not get any heat when it is running


It sounds like you have a bad heating element or thermal fuse. The fuse cannot be reset. If it is bad, then it will need replaced. Often a dryer heating element burns out, but doesn't triop the circuit breaker or blow a fuse. The heating element is simply a long coil of wire. You can check it for continuity with an ohm meter. No continuity means that the element is bad and you will have to replace it. The elements are not repairable. Hope this helped.

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Most likely that is the heat element. Some dryers have the element in the front but most of the time yours can be accessed from the rear.
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heating element is located at the back of the dryer. if you can see a big coil of wires like a long spring laid back and fort to a duct , that is the heating element.

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