Question about Kenmore Dryers
It might be but do this first:Unplug the dryer. Remove the rear dust cover and then remove the filter chute and wash it out, check the blower, and wash out the filter.
The thermostat is right next to the fuse. The large wires carry the heater element current. The smaller wires come from the control. They power up a small heater that chI have a Kenmore 67832 model number that is drying - d7dd490.jpgate at which the control shuts off power to the heater for knit and permapress. The newer dryers have a thermister which controls the temp. The thermister could be bad. Rate it or hate it
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Posted on Jul 13, 2010
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