Question about Dryers
I can't get the dryer to turn on. I've tested the start switch, relay, thermal fuse, door switch, power supply and they all test ok. I do not know how to test the timer to see if it is bad or the motor. When I push the start button I can hear the timer clicking until I release the start button, but nothing happens. I have a Kenmore 80 series electric dryer, Model No 110.62822100
Ok " the timer has points that act like a switch , they get burt and will not work after a long time
replace time , it's just a plug in unit
Posted on Jan 21, 2008
Most likely its the timer it has electrical contacts built on the timer that allow it to start its cycle if the timer has bad contacts it wont allow dryer to come on
Posted on Jan 21, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Investigate these areas if your dryer is not starting:
Proper Voltage from the House
Your dryer may not be receiving adequate voltage to start. Make sure your dryer is plugged in. Also, check the circuit breaker panel to make sure all the circuit breakers are in the correct positions. Or check to make sure no fuses in the fuse panel are blown. Try plugging something else into the same outlet. If it won't work either, then there is likely something wrong with the power outlet. Any of these could be the reason power is not getting to your dryer. Also, refrain from using an extension cord to plug your dryer in.
If your dryer's door switch is defective, it will not
allow your dryer to start. Test your dryer's door switch. If it is
defective, replace it.
A dryer cannot start if its start switch is
defective. Test your dryer's start switch. If it is defective, you will
have to replace it for your dryer to start again.
A thermal fuse is a heat-sensitive fuse attached to
your dryer's exhaust duct (in most models) that is designed to blow if
the dryer overheats. A blown fuse would cause your dryer to not heat, or
to not work at all. Open up your dryer's cabinet and locate its thermal
fuse. Test the component. If it has blown, replace it.
A defective dryer thermostat could be what is
preventing your dryer from starting. Open up your dryer's cabinet. Test
each of your dryer's thermostats. Replace any that have become
Your dryer's timer will not function properly if its
motor is malfunctioning. Open up your dryer's cabinet and locate its
motor. Test the component. If it is not functioning as it should,
replace either the motor itself, or the entire timer assembly.
A burned out motor could be what is keeping your
dryer from starting. Test your dryer's motor and if it is defective,
replace it. You will have to open your dryer in order to gain access to
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