Model #11062852100 KENMORE Residential Dryer

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Element starts glowing when door opens 11062852100 Kenmore Dryer

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Kenmore dryer does not spin (it does heat-up)

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Dryer troubleshooting can be challenging but this is a great site to get help. While you wait for the expert, you can check a previous expert post that lists some possible causes for this type of issue. I attached the link below. I also added the link for your model to the Sears Parts Direct schematic which may help locate parts.

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Barbara H. -
August 13, 2011
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Barbara H, thanks for your reply, particularly the link to the parts schematics. Expert(s), here are my update and new questions: I opened the front panel and found the drum belt had snapped. The drum support rollers and idler pulley seemed to be in good shape, and the four (4) triangular rings (on the drum support roller shafts) were all intact. So, I decided to replace only the belt, even though the dryer maintenance kit that I purchased had all of those other parts. 1. Should I have replaced the rollers, idler pulley, and triangular rings anyway as a good preventive maintenance move? 2. I am concerned about the possible movement along the shaft of the right-side drum support roller (facing the dryer, above the motor). Its triangular ring appears to lock-in toward the back of the shaft almost flush with the back wall, which gives the roller about 1-3 inches of possible travel. Is that correct? In contrast, the left-side drum support roller�s triangular rings appear to lock-in the roller toward the front of the shaft with no more than �-� inch of possible travel. Because I did not remove the triangular rings, I could not tell if this was a design matter, or if the back triangular ring on the right-side roller had moved into a bad place. Thanks for your help. Coach Adam P.S. This is my second attempt to post a reply -- the first one did not appear to link, so I am trying again.

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CoachAdam -
August 14, 2011
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One more key update: the dryer is now working well, and quieter, so I am guessing that the right-side roller travel is a design matter.

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CoachAdam -
August 14, 2011
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Thanks for the updates. Your details seem to indicate that you have the dryer working properly. I provided a photograph of the support rollers on a similar model of dryer in the image below. Yours will probably look somewhat like these. From your description, they are installed properly. If those rollers were not worn then you did not have to replace them. Since the dryer is working properly, I don't recommend that you replace those other components at this time. I recommend that you save those extra parts for possible use later on.

If you need more help, reply with additional details and we will assist you further.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
August 15, 2011
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Lyle W, great news -- thanks for the response.

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CoachAdam -
August 16, 2011
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My kenmore dryer does not dry as fast as use to. Heating coils, timer, thermostats, and vent are operating properly.

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It seems as if your pretty handy with appliances. Having that knowledge will help you out in the long run. Below I attached some links that may help you with your situation. I hope these links are useful!

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Jackie S -
June 06, 2011
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The model number 110.62852100 does not bring up any particular unit. Please check that this is the correct number.

First thing to understand is the electronic control and sensor pads only matter in the Automatic Cycle.

The Time Dry cycle does not use these parts during most of the cycle.

Sensor bars are grounded and when wet clothes hit the two bars the wet clothes completes a circuit and the electronic control picks up a hit.

As the clothes dry the control sees less hits of wet clothes across the sensor bars. The timer is advanced according to how many hits the control sees.

A very small load might not hit the sensor bars at all and the dryer might shut down sooner before anything has had a chance to dry.

Fabric softener sheets will sometimes cause a coating to cover the sensor bars and they don't pick up wet clothes very well. It helps to clean the sensor bars with alcohol every once in awhile.

Try Timed Dry if the clothes are not drying well in the Automatic cycle.

If you have an oven thermometer you can check temperature of the exhaust air. Most dryers will cycle between 135 to 150 degrees,

Please reply with any additional details or questions for further assistance.

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Fred M -
Sears Technician
June 07, 2011
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