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Kenmore Thermostat On the Hi Limit themostat I am getting continuty for red to red white conections through the themostat but no continutity for the puple contection terminals through the themostat. Will this mean the thermostat is bad and will cause the dryer not to turn on.

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Hi,

order or study the wiring diagram, could be a hi/lo heat setting circuit, the dryer should spin no matter what heat problem, jump the door switch

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These 2 things your describing are they on the housing where the heat element or the housing where the lint filter is??
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The Thermal Cut-Out (TCO), Heating Element or Hi-Limit Thermostat are all logical choices. If the dryer had an overcurrent condition that caused your terminal block to burn, you may have more than one problem. The component readings should be as follows:

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If the either the TCO or Hi-Limit Thermostat are found to be defective, you need to replace BOTH of them at the same time. Failure to do so may result in premature failure of any parts you do replace. These components are commonly sold as a set for this reason.

NOTE: Make sure you take any resistance checks with the dryer UNPLUGGED and any components under test should be isolated (meaning disconnect any wires). This ensures you don't have any false readings due to parallel resistance paths.

The TCO and Hi-Limit Thermostat will be located on the outside of the heater box where the heating element is located. The TCO will be the component at the opposite end of the heating element terminals, while the Hi-Limit Thermostat will be adjacent to the heating element terminals.

Also, I know an electrician wired everything up for you, but I would still recommend you double check the terminations at the terminal block. The wires should be connected as follows:

Match these corresponding colors at the terminal block -

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GREEN (or Bare Copper) - Ground. Needs to be connected to the ground lug on the equipment cabinet. Ground and Neutral DO NOT get terminated together in a 4-wire configuration. Make sure these two wires are isolated from each other.

NOTE: If the wires are not color coded, the outer two terminals are the hot leads. The center terminal is your neutral.

If you have questions, please post back with your complete model number, so that I may be able to provide you with better assistance. I hope this helps you.

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