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Kenmore HE 4T Washer & HE 4 Dryer both lost power/life


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#1 illinifann

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Posted 28 June 2005 - 06:05 AM

I have a Kenmore HE 4T Washer (110.45986 400)and a HE 4 dryer (110.85876400) which both went down at the same time, I think.  Both have been operating fine for many months until they both quit mid-cycle yesterday.  I initially suspected a blown circuit, but neither circuit was tripped.  Each appliance has it's own circuit installed in my home for these exact machines.    I reset both of them anyway and tested the outlets and both have power.  Neither the washer or dryer have any signs of life: nothing on the control board, no noises when plugging them in, etc.  Are there internal fuses which can be reset or any ideas?  Thanks!

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Posted 28 June 2005 - 08:14 AM

Did you test for power or just voltage?  I have seen situations where I have voltage but, because of an open neutral, had no path for current flow and therefore no power.  An easy test is to plug a lamp into each outlet to see if it lights up.  Then you know you have both voltage and current.




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