Model #11063046100 KENMORE Residential Dryer

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my dryer does no woke

A:

When washing clothes at home I know how important it is to have a good working dryer in the home to make this project easier. While you are waiting for your expert answer, I did manage to find a link that will provide you with some good tips to help you with your dryer problem. I hope my link is useful.

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Joseph P. -
May 21, 2011
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The diagram in the image below may help with this problem.

The drum light has direct voltage and only depends on the bulb and door switch being okay to work.

The control gets voltage across the black and white wire. The door switch has nothing to do with this voltage.

The console is connected to the main control with two ribbons.

Before starting the next step unplug the dryer.

Get access to the control board and check connections. You can remove the two ribbons and then reinsert them and see if it helps.

If everything is still dead then most likely the main control is bad. You would need a technician to make live voltage checks. You can have it repaired at your home by a Sears technician. Here is a link for the website: Sears Home Services .

I hope this helps. You can reply with any additional details or questions for further assistance.

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Fred M -
Sears Technician
May 23, 2011
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Why won't my Kenmore dryer model 110.63046100 with a mechanical timer power up even though the door switch, push to start switch, thermal fuse and motor all check okay?

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There seems to be a problem with this particular model in the computer system we use to bring up images and wiring diagrams based upon the model number.

The model 110.63046100 you submitted actually brings up a fully electronic dryer that does not have a mechanical timer. You say it is a mechanical timer and I'm sure you know the difference so I did a little further digging.

Thanks to your 2nd question I discovered that the imaging system we use is wrong and brings up the wrong information about the type dryer you have.

The previous tech who answered you had no reason to doubt the information the computer brought up. It was only your follow question that prompted further research to resolve the problem.

The first image below contains an image of a mechanical timer dryer that I believe you have. If the image looks similar to what you have then the wiring diagram in the 2nd image may be helpful to you.

Now that we're on the same page I can most likely help you with this problem.

There is an electronic board on the dryer but it only keeps the motor running once started. When the push to start switch is pushed there is 120 volts applied to the motor directly and it should run. If the motor doesn't run when the push to start switch is pushed then the problem will be with the voltage, timer, push to start switch, thermal fuse, belt switch, motor or door switch. The wiring diagram and motor circuit may help you with this.

The 3rd image shows how to raise the console to access the timer and push to start switch.

Since there is mix up in the computer I'm not entirely certain that this is the model you have but it should be close. If you raise the console and don't see any relays then submit another question with any additional detail for further assistance.

Sorry about the precious mix up but together we should be able to resolve this problem and get the dryer running again.

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Fred M -
Sears Technician
April 01, 2010
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Why won't my Kenmore dryer power up?

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You said “I do not hear or see timer moving at any given time", but the model number you submitted does not have a mechanical timer, it has an electronic control board and touch panel. The model number you submitted has an electronic control board and you did not indicate if the console will power up/light up or not. Since the model has no timer, you will not hear the timer or see it moving. I must assume the control panel is dead, no display and no beeps. I added an image below with specific troubleshooting instructions. I must assume you know how to check voltages safely since you implied the voltage supply at the terminal block is 110-220 volts. You will need to verify the voltage coming into the control board next. If the control board has the 110-120 volts when measuring across P1-5 and P1-2, the User Interface/touch pad will likely need to be replaced.

If you dryer has a mechanical timer, resubmit your question with the model number for model specific troubleshooting assistance.

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Joey S -
Sears Technician
March 29, 2010

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