No heat 2 weeks after changing board

BlasphemousMonk

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Orlando
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110.62952100
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Sears Kenmore
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6-10 years
Hey everyone,
Great website out here. It helped me identify that I needed a new board for my dryer. But not after running a handful of loads I have no heat. Dryer runs fine on timed dry and the even heat setting. I have read through the boards on different dryers and was curious if the boards could be damaged/defect? But I doubt it will be that simple. Thanks in advance for the help!
 

Jake

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Jake

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Jake

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Ok, then your heat relay is fine.

If your dryer is getting 220/240 volts and just runs and no heat, then its either your thermal cut-off or element thats bad.

Unplug your dryer first.

Watch this video to ohm test the thermal cut-off, it will ohm the same as your thermal fuse:

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Or, You can jump it with an alligator clip or take the wires off the thermal cut-off and use electrical tape to tape them together to see if it starts heating. DON'T LEAVE IT JUMPED TO RUN A CYCLE, order a new one.

Its #47 on the side of the heating element housing:
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Here's the thermal cut-off assembly for your model in case you need to order it:
Manufacturer's Number: 279769 is RepairClinic Item #2821


This video shows how to access it both parts:

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Here's the heating element for your model you can order here:
Manufacturer part#3387747 is RepairClinic item#525502




Watch this video to test it:



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Jake
 
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