Question about Kenmore Dryers
SOURCE: Kenmore Dryer Model 110
If all of the components are reading ok then you need a timer. Touch your 2 leads together. 0 ohms rght. That means you have a complete circuit.If you get the 0 reading then the element must be otay. Bad timer. Take that fancy meater of yours and atttach one of them leads to the timer leg marked RH. Yank the wire off the terminal beore you test. Move the timer around. You should get the famous 0 reading along the way. If you don't then that means you have the bad timer.
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Posted on Feb 05, 2009
SOURCE: Dryer keeps blowing fuse
yes, after years of current going thru the fuse clips they get hi resistance connectiond and cant supply correct pwr to dryer and this results in blowing fuses especially the time delay fuse because this fuse supplies pwr to both the one side of heating element and the motor simutaneously -replace with a breaker sub panel if not enough room for a circuit in your main panel,that should solve your problem
Posted on Jul 26, 2009
Pull one wire off the element and start the dryer in a heat cycle . Check power from that wire to the cabinet . Touch the meter to the terminal you pulled that wire off of , and check that voltage . You cannot get correct voltage by checking across the element . Trace the wire NOT getting 120 volts . It will either go to the timer or motor . It will lead you to the problem .
Posted on Apr 28, 2010
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