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110.60932990 kenmore dryer no heat

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#1 shopmate250

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Posted 22 November 2011 - 04:53 PM

Dryer would not heat, checked heater coil, thermal cut-off fuse & high limit thermostat all ok. Checked timer, all seamed to be good....Jumped two red wires from heater relay to check coil and motor ckt., coil heated up and would run. In this process I accidentally touched one of the control wires with the hot red wire and it won't run now unless the start button is held in..... Did I mess up the Even Heat Control Board or something cheaper? Thanks.

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Posted 22 November 2011 - 05:37 PM

You might have needed one anyway, the board sends a small voltage to the small wires on those relays to close them.See if you have 48 VDC persent at the small coil wire at both relays when dryer is started, if no voltage appears at one or both of them, a new board is in your future.

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