Question about Kenmore 74962 Gas Dryer
If the dryer is gas and it runs you don't have to worry about any fuses,first thing to look at,there should be a bottom panel or a peek hole on the bottom on the front of dryer so you can see the ignitor,you have to pop out the plastic cap if there is no panel and see if the ignitor is glowing,if it is most likely you have bad gas coils or a bad gas valve,if it isn't glowing you need to check with a meter and dryer unpluged the ignitor,the sensor and you could check the thermal fuse located on the blower wheel housing,it will take you no more than 10 minutes to check this out,let me know what you find and if you send the model number i can tell you the part number that you'll need,let me know what you find
Posted on Aug 29, 2010
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