Hello I have a Kenmore clothes dryer (80
series) Model# 110.72812101 and it having a problem,the motor is working and the heat is
coming in the dryer but the part where the clothes go to get dry is not
turning ,what could be the problem ? and what can I do to fix this
problem? I would be very grateful for your help ,I cannot afford to buy
a new one at this time so I would like to fix this one with your help
of course ,thank you so much.and have a great day.
I sent a exact comment to other guy and response were much different ,I got all the information I wanted including part number and I even already order my part to fix it so thank you and next time you should not be so blunt.
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Re: Broken Kenmore 80 Series dryer
Sounds like you have a simple broken belt problem. If you are sure the motor is working and the heating circuits are functioning, but the drum does not turn, the drum belt probably broke. They are inexpensive to replace and are carried by almost any appliance repair store.
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bad heater box fuse,get the model number from inside the dryer door,and go to your local appliance parts store and give them the number and they will get you a thermal fuse kit,remove the back of dryer and you will see the heater box on the right side
hi thanks for the question the belt has probably broken there should be a bottom panel use screw driver to pry the front on each side pry outwards remove panel now you should see a broken belt replace thanks the appliance dod
Hi Dave. The problem is the drive belt. They aren't that difficult to replace and can be done with just a few tools. I'll need the exact model number off of the dryer to explain how to gain access to it, though. The number can be found behind the door on the cabinet (it'll start with 3 digits then a decimal point then more digits, like this; xxx.xxxxxxx)