Question about Kenmore 67632 Electric Dryer
A heating element would be a likely cause however before you replace the element you should check to make sure that it is bad by using an ohm meter to check the element for continuity. if you take the element out of the machine you can usually visualy inspect it and see the broken wire.
Posted on May 29, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: kenmore series 70 dryer will
If heating element was replaced and still no heat, Then what I would do is test the voltage current in the wiring and see if there is actually power to the element.
All parts to make dryer heat are:
any one of these units can be faulty
Posted on Oct 10, 2009
SOURCE: My Kenmore 70 series electric
Their are only a few things left. assuming you have 240 volts,120 on each leg going into unit, the operating thermostat could be the issue. another possibility but not as likely is the centrifugal switch on the motor. You may have to measure the voltage at the heating element on each wire going to the element to find out which lead has the incorrect voltage
Posted on Sep 21, 2010
are you getting power down to the heater?why did you change all those other parts?you need to unplug the dryer,with a meter read out all the parts you changed out again but first make sure you have 240 volts coming to the machine,you can check it at the cord in the back,touch the white to the red,you should have 110 volts or 120,then go from the white to the black and you should have the same thing,if not the problem is in the house,if it's correct make sure you have power coming down to the heater,you could have a bad timer or a burnt wire,when you check the other parts unplug the dryer and whatever part you check at least one wire has to be removed,do this and you'll find your problem,if you did this first you wouldn't of bought all those parts.let me know what you find
Posted on Nov 05, 2010
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