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Either the spring is broken or the starting spool has been stripped. When you take it apart see which. Parts are available online. I use The spring can be a real problem if wound wrong. Look at the spring as you remove it and draw a diagram, you will like it when you replace it. If it is the spool, don't even touch the spring!!! Good luck..

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Kenmore dryer model 417 won't dry my clothes. It tumbles just fine but it won't get hot.

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I Have a kenmore 80 series dryer and have to replace the heating element where is it located and if possible do yall have a picture showing where it is located

you have to take apart the whole dryer i can post some pictures but its pretty easy to dismantle first unplugg unit open the door there should be two to four screws holding the top down should be a phillips type screw. lift top back inside unit ther are screws that hold on the front face must use a #2 phillips screwdriver one to two screw on each side after removing screws tilt from the top towards you then lift up there are two tabs that it slides into at bottom of front . there are some wires that you can unplugg but label them with white masking tape on each end like 1,1 2,2 3,3 use needle nose to pull off spade conector that whats on the end of the wire looks flatt. they got to the switch on the door . now you need to go to the back and open the small acess panel you can see the belt tensioning device push up of pull down to release tension then you should be able to go to the front and remove the drum and you will see the coil on the back of the dryer on the back of drum is a thimble that the drum rides on clean it well . you might notice that the coils have porclin sockets that the the coil is fed through the new replacment coil will have replacment peices to replace the ones that got burnt up. there are four screws that hold on the back pannel and a few heat sensors you can get a pre strung coil witch is the whole back panel but way more expensive. i thing th replacment coil is like 80 dollars and the pre strung coil is like 160 and up. if you need any more info let me know love to hear feed back to improve instructions

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you first remove the control panel and remove the top cover,then 2 screws hold the front cover on,remove wires to door switch and remove front cover including the door,then the back of the unit where the drum bearing comes out the back remove static strap,then the "C" clip that holds the drum from coming out then pull drum out front and the element is behind the drum and back panel,its round & you can restring a new element i n the round element housing or purchase an entirely completely strung element its cheaper to string it yourself that buy it complete,then reverse dis-assembly to put it all back together

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