Question about Kenmore 63942 Dryer
It sounds like either of several things. Check the air discharge from the dryer where it exits your house, and be sure thet it is blowing strong. If it is not, you may have a partially plugged vent circuit. Unplug the dryer. Make sure that your vent hose and outlet ducting are clear of debris. Take the duct outside and clear it out. Check the inside rear of the dryer, where the duct connects, for debris, lint, etc..
If you have a strong air flow, you may have durned out heating elements. Again, with the dryer unplugged, gain access to the element leads and test for continuity, if you have a test meter and know how to use it. Replace any broken elements. Parts are readily available from most any appliance parts supply house.
Posted on Jul 12, 2009
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