Question about Kenmore Dryers
Your heating element need to be cleaned.......
1. pull the unit out from the wall
2. Remove the screws holding on the larger rear panel.
3. Using a vacume cleaner extension, remove as much debris as possible from all accessible components.
4. Clean out the dryer vent and the connection to the wall, making sure that air can pass easily.
THAT SHOULD DO YA. If the heat continues to cut off, you are dealing with a faulty heating element in which case you will be best off to purchase a new dryer. (replacing a heating element is typically the beginning of a failing unit)
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Posted on Jun 03, 2010
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