Question about Kenmore Elite HE4 Electric Dryer
Check the thermal fuse with a meter located on the blower wheel housing,take out the lint filter,remove the bottom cover and remove the metal duct that the filter slides into,you'll see the thermal fuse on top and to the right of the blower wheel,pull one wire off and read out the fuse.while you have the duct off clean it out,vac the inside of dryer and clean out the vent line,why did you change the heat element?usually there isn't two problems,next time read out the parts with a meter so you're not changing out good parts
Posted on Feb 06, 2010
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