Question about Kenmore Dryers
the situation of a dryer not haveing heat can be attributed to a number of differnt parts finding out which one is not working properly would require you to use a multimeter and test the continuity in each part. In all dryers there is a hi and a low thermostat this is what tells the unit that it is either getting to hot and to shut off the heater or its time to turn back on the heater due to the tempreture being below what the factory set parameters are to dry you clothes. following testing the hi and low you can also test the heater by doing also a continuity test on this as well these are the three main parts that short and sometimes if you dont take apart the unit at least once a year and de lint your unit this will cause this type of situation. If all these three are in proper working order then you would have to look at the wiring, the motor , and the timer but usually the problem is within the first three parts mentioned if you have any further questions message me back and please remember to rank how this opinion has helped in your appliance situation it allows me to help others in similar situations. Thanks Rick
Posted on Mar 24, 2011
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