Question about Kenmore 63942 Dryer
My dryer has decided to shut off right after I let go of the Start Button. Once I've pressed START, I have to keep my finger on the button to keep it going (of course, I don't plan on standing around). I do not hear any noises out of the ordinary, and the drum will spin as normal (if I have my thumb on START). Since I'm not a particularly handy guy, I'm not sure what issue I may be dealing with. Any suggestions? TIA!
BTW, I own a Kenmore Elite White-on-White 7.5 cu. ft. Electric Dryer with EvenHeat Temperature Control (Model#63942)
Just changed out my relay motor switch and it did the trick. The dryer works fine again. Good luck to all and thanks for the posting.
Posted on Dec 22, 2007
There is a relay that is not doing its job...it is supposed to "take over" as the button holder, but the relay has problems. find the relay by following all wires to/from start switch. Once found, read it looking for letters "NO" (normally open). If 2 of those wires traced earlier go to NO connections, first see if the relay has 2 more unused NO connectors. If it does, swap the wires over to those. If not, replace the relay.
Posted on Nov 28, 2007
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