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The right side of the elements have stopped working. Both togther at the same time. I am assuming it is a fuse? Is that possible? If so how would I replace it?

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Is it please possible to provide the actual model number of the Kenmore 99123 electric kitchen range that you have.

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I'm assuming the thermal fuse you bypassed is the small one on the right hand side of the element case. Part # LA-1053. Comes with new safety t'stat also ( the one above the element). Use both. T'stat on blower housing is the cycling t'stat. Unlikely to cause problem. You need to determine what caused the failure. Most often themal fuses fail due to improper airflow. What kind of venting does your dryer have. Vent connector from dryer to wall should be rigid metal or heavy metal flex. I see alot of foil venting sold by DIY stores, but not approved by dryer manufacturers. Easy way to check is to start dryer with vent attached, hold top up a couple of inches and look at element. It should glow soft orange. If element is very bright, red hot to white, then remove venting from the back and see if element glows less bright. If there is a noticeable difference then you will need to correct airflow problem or thermal fuse will blow again. Also check lint filter by putting in sink and running water thru it. If it holds water then scrub it clean even if it doesn't look stopped up. Fabric softener sheets leave a wax coating on the filters.

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The first thing to check is if the breaker is partially tripped. Next is to locate where the heating element and thermal fuse is at. If the front of your dryer is all one piece then it will be in the back and you'll have to take the back off. If its two pieces, then the loser portion will come off and the element will be on the lower right side if your facing it and the thermal fuse will be the smaller of the two fuses on it. If its in the back then the element will be on the right hand side if your facing it and the thermal fuse will be the fuse at the top of the element. Now, once located, get an ohm meter and check for continuity on the thermal fuse. (make sure the machine is unplugged) If you don't have one, you can take the two wires off the thermal fuse,connect them together, then plug and turn the machine on. If the dryer starts heating then you need to replace the fuse. If it doesn't your element is bad. This is all assuming this is an electric dryer and not gas.

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It's possible the replacement element you bought was faulty. But first, we want to ensure that the oven is otherwise functioning correctly. You'll need that resistance meter to check continuity along the red wire (i'm presuming) that connects your top and bottom element to your selector knob. Also make sure there are no internal fuses in your oven that may have blown.

Please remember to turn the oven off at the breaker board before working inside it.

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ok you moving in right direction but you jumped a step,,you already checked the thermal cut offf and the operating thermostat,,those where the two on the side of the heater housing,,you should have checked the thermal fuse and the thermistor,,they are on top of the blower wheel housing tuck a lttle to the left,,since you seem that you know what your doing just jump them out starting with the thermal fuse,,,keep me posted on the job

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Would anybody know where the fuses are on old stoves? I have an old stove, which I am renting with my apartment. There is no brand name on it but since it is olive-green, it must go back to the 70s, if...


Hello Lucie,
If the range or oven is receiving power but doesn't work, the unit may have its own fuse or circuit breaker assembly. This assembly is usually located under the cooktop of the range. In some units, lift the top of the range to gain access to the fuse assembly; or lift the elements, remove the drip pans, and look on the sides of the cabinets. Inside the oven, look to the back to spot the fuse assembly. I would highly recommend that you remove or disable power to the stove prior to making any component changes...
If the unit has this additional fuse or breaker system, components such as the oven light, the range heating elements, the timer, and a self-cleaning feature may be separately fused.If these components or features fail to work, don't overlook the possibility that the fuses have blown. To replace a blown fuse, unscrew the old fuse and install a new one of the same type and electrical rating. If the unit has circuit breakers, push the breaker or reset button, which is usually located on the control panel.
I would think that your landlord ( since you are renting) would be responsible for the maintence and/or replacement of your stove,,,
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I have a Kenmore Elite Model number 110.63022100 which isn't heating. I just cleaned the vent which was a problem. I assume this has caused a problem with the heating element or thermostat. What do I do...


Is the drum spinning, but not heating? Or...is the drum not spinning at all?

First, we'll assume your dryer is spinning, but just not heating. If your dryer vent was clogged as you stated, it is common for the thermal cut-out (TCO) to blow. This is a non-resettable device that acts as a fuse. Once it blows, it has to be replaced. There is also a possibility that the heating element went bad, if the TCO didn't do it's job. To check, you will have to remove the lower panel under the door. There are some screws under the bottom lip of the panel that you will have to remove and then the panel should just drop down and come off. CAUTION: Please UNPLUG the dryer BEFORE servicing anything inside. There are still dangerous voltages present with the dryer turned off.

Now located the heating element. It will be on the right-hand side encased in a heater box. There are two small components mounted to the heater box housing. The one closest to the front of the dryer is the high-limit thermostat. The one farthest to the back is the TCO. The two work in conjunction to help regulate the temperature inside the dryer, as well as, protect the heating element. Locate the two wires coming off the ceramic terminal of the heating element. Unplug these two wires and do a resistance check across the terminal. If the heating element is good, it will read about 9-13 ohms. Now remove the two wires from the TCO and perform a resistance check. The resistance should read 0 ohms (or a short) if good. If the TCO reads infinite (or open) it must be replaced. The same applies the the heating element. If the TCO requires replacement, it is strongly recommended by the manufacturer that you replace the high-limit thermostat at the same time. In many cases, the two components are sold as a set. The reason being that if the heating circuits overheat, there is a strong potential that the thermostat will be damaged as well. Replacing only one of the components can result in having the replace the other a short time later.

Now, if your dryer does not spin at all, you probably have a blown thermal FUSE. There is a difference between the thermal FUSE and the thermal CUT-OUT. The thermal fuse is located on the air blower housing right under the drum, and is a white plastic component. Remove the wires from it and perform a resistance check. It should also read a short if good. If not, it must be replaced.

If you need parts, here are the part numbers:

Thermal Cut-out/Thermostat Kit (part #2821)
Thermal Fuse (part #2923)
Heating Element (part #525502)

You can find all these parts at repairclinic.com, along with the price information & pictorial part index. Just type your model number in the search menu. I hope this helps you. If you need any further assistnace, please post back with comments and let me know.

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