Question about Kenmore 65942 Electric Dryer
I push the start button and get nothing. Could this be as simple as a blown fuse? What else should I be looking for?
Most of these dryer have the heating element in the rearOpposite of the element is the lint chute on this style. The fuse on these is located over the blowerOn the other style with the filter in the door you must drop the base panel and remove the filter bladder. Then the fuse is right there on the blower housidryer will not start - 8dff032.jpg"/uploads/images/8dff032.jpg" alt="8dff032.jpg" class="h_mi" /> More here
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Posted on Oct 13, 2010
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