Question about Kenmore 73952 Gas Dryer
I had this problem, changed the coils igniter and it still did not work. changed the thermal fuse and problem solved so i thought. put a load of clothes on and they did not dry, assumed the thermal fuse blew again so i bought another thermal fuse and the thermalstate that is right next to it.... the ones i removed were still good. i am at a lost on what the problem is now
Probably nothing is wrong with the unit mechanicaly & electrically wise. Remove all vent tubing and thoroughly clean all lint out of the exhaust tubes. You will have a load of lint I will expect accumulated inside of yours. Once it is all removed the dryer will heat up back to the normal settings it had before. The moister control sensor will prevent the burner to ignite if the exhaust is plugged up with any obstruction especially lint which is a fire hazard
Posted on May 16, 2010
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