Question about Kenmore Dryers
The coil which heats up may need to be replaced or the coil isn't getting any power to it. If you are able and have a reliable multimeter, you can check it out. If the coil is getting power during operation, than the problem lies with the coil. To test a coil, unplug the coil from the electrical socket (NOTE: unplug the dryer from the electrical source first.). Put one test lead on one end of the coil and the other test lead on the opposite end of the coil. If the circuit is open, then the coil is bad and must be replaced. If the circuit is closed, then the coil is good and the problem is elsewhere, probably not getting power. This could be a bad socket, bad controller, or blown fuse. I hope that this help tp solve your problem.
Posted on Aug 02, 2009
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