Question about Kenmore Dryers
Is there a breaker reset on the heating element? Could be the element itself went bad, or the controller for it. Does it want to go through a full cycle, just no heat? Remove back panel and check for power at the heating element. If power is present, the heater is bad. If not power, follow the power line back to the controller and check for power there. continue until you have power and replace the failed component.
This is most likely 240 V, at the heating element, so if you are not comfortable doing this, don't! I won't tell you how to check for power with a meter. If you don't know, you should not be back there. sorry to be blunt, but 240 V kills.
Posted on Oct 07, 2010
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