Question about Kenmore Dryers
No it is not the light bulb that heats it. It has an element inside that heats up. Before anything you need to go to your breaker box and find the breaker marked dryer and reset both sides of the breaker. What I mean by this is the breaker box that is for the power coming in to your house. It is in this panel that the breakers are for the power in your house. The dryer breaker is a double 110 volt making it a 220 volt breaker .So both of the 110 volt switches need to be reset.
Also make sure you are on a cycle on the dryer that requires heat. Try the setting that has the numbers for the amount of time you want to run it for set it to 45 minutes and leave it for five minutes and then open the dryer and see if there is any heat. If there is no heat we may have to call the repair man to come over and look at it . If it does work then your in luck so please remember to click on the yes box on you way off the web site. Thanks and Good Luck!
Posted on Oct 10, 2010
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