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No power my wife was drying clothes she saw a flash and the dryer stopped working i checked the breaker i am getting power to the plug and to the back of the dryer the schematic isnt very helpful mainly in german is there a fuse i took the dryer apart but cant find one

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Re: no power

Post your email here and i will send you the service manual on this model i need to know if you are in Canada or USA there is two diffrent models under the 6300

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First check and see if your heating element is working by holding down the dryer door switch and turning on the dryer too see if you get a glowing from the rear inside of the drum. If it does glow then check to see if you have a kink in your dryer line or check to see if you have a clogged vent outside the vent to the dryer. Also you may want to try resetting your power to the dryer by unplugging the dryer and turning off and then backb on the breaker to the dryer then plug the dryer back in and see if that works.

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I have a kenmore dryer 80 series it only makes a lite sound when I push the start button. I won't come on. The power is good.

The Kenmore 80 Series of dryers are consumer grade dryers for home use. As with most home appliances, the Kenmore 80 series dryers will occasionally not work as intended. If a problem occurs with your dryer, however, you do not necessarily need it serviced by a technician. You can attempt to troubleshoot and fix any problems with your dryer before contacting a technician.

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    Next, check to see if the exhaust vent is clogged. Lint and other particles may clog the exhaust vent over time, restricting air flow and making it more difficult to dry your clothes. To check the vent, run the dryer and hold your hand under the vent. If you do not feel any air flow, clean or replace the vent.
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    Finally, check the load size. The more clothes in the load the longer it will take to dry. If you want to reduce drying time, separate the clothes into piles of light and heavy items and dry them separately.
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