Question about Whirlpool LER5636P Electric Dryer
The dryer runs fine, but there is no heat. I checked the lint line from the dryer to the wall and cleaned the lint trap and area with a lint brush. Help
You will find the heating elements on the driers are very robust. Normally what happens is there is either a build up of lint which has possibly blocked the air inlet grid,.or possibly being to close to the wall. This in turn restricts cooling airflow .There is a thermal protection thermostat which will activate and open circuit if temperature is exceeded at any time.Need to locate the thermostat and if lucky, you could simply press a button and it will reset. If not, you may need to replace that defective one. Typically the thermostat is at the back and close to the element.
Posted on Sep 28, 2009
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