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Northern-Tech

Member Since 17 May 2006
Offline Last Active Jan 03 2015 08:02 PM

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Kenmore dryer / long drying cycle

14 November 2013 - 02:30 PM

  Its been awhile since I have done any appliance repair, so Im checking for any pointers here. :woot: Customer said their Kenmore dryer c 1108476291     is taking too long to dry. Vent is clear.

Im thinking cycling thermostat,(  providing both elements are working fine. )  How do the moisture sensing strips come into play??  Couldn't find manual on the site either.....probably me rusty again....

As mentioned, I have been focusing on electrical for quite a few years, so im not as proficient  as techs that do this daily.              Thanks in advance!! :thanks:



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