Model #11075062501 KENMORE ELITE Residential Dryer

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Q:

I have a sears kenmore elite dryer, model 110.75062501. The dryer in not heating. The gas is connected and the dryer is spinning. It has been in storage for the

A:

When it comes to a appliance you use in a daily basis and it starts malfunctioning it can be frustrating, Something to help you while you are waiting for a experts response is a link I have provided you below to Manage my life were a customer posted a similar question to yours. Hope it helps!

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Maira E -
September 01, 2010
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When a gas dryer runs but doesn't produce heat the most likely cause is an open thermal fuse and this is the first thing to check. The thermal fuse is accessed by removing the rear panel. See the image below for help with this.

Remember to unplug the dryer first.

The thermal fuse can be checked for continuity or it can be bypassed to check. To bypass the thermal fuse first unplug the dryer and then pull the two wires off the thermal fuse and join them together with a small jumper wire. Then carefully plug the dryer in and see if it will run and heat with the thermal fuse bypassed.

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Fred M -
Sears Technician
September 02, 2010
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fred & maria, thank you for your reply. i also noticed the dryer may be slightly getting warm, but not always. i removed the exhaust duct from the rear of the dryer that connects to the exterior exhaust duct and noticed some smell of exhaust gas. thank you

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lb dallas -
September 03, 2010
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I have a Sears Kenmore Elite dryer (Model 110.75062501). On the lint screen catcher, is missing the felt strip. It prob fell in teh dryer. how can i get it?

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having this problem would concern me also. Hopefully this missing piece fell and you were unaware of it. While your waiting on an expert response you can visit the PartsDirect website to purchase a new lint screen. I have provided the link below. I hope this helps!

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Jacqueline S -
August 26, 2010
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I provided an image below that shows the exhaust air flow through this dryer. The felt strip on the lint screen fell down into the blower housing and may still be in that area. I provided a procedure for opening up this part of the dryer. Be sure that you unplug the dryer and shut off the gas supply before accessing internal components. Your dryer will look slightly different than the one shown below but you should be able to use that information to access the blower housing and find the felt strip. If it is not in this area then it could be in the exhaust duct going out of the back of the dryer. It could also be caught in the flexible vent hose behind the dryer. NOTE: You may want to check this area first before disassembling the dryer. The felt strip may have been blown through this area and could be in the vent duct system going to the outside of your home. It could be on the screen that protects the vent duct outlet on the outside of your home. Open the vent damper to view this area. There is a possibility that it was blow all of the way out of the vent duct system completely if you can't find it in any of these areas. As noted above, you may try checking all of the areas outside the dryer before disassembling the dryer. This may save you some trouble.

You should be able to continue to use this dryer without this felt strip. The dryer is designed to allow some air to bypass the lint screen anyway. You should periodically check and clean the exhaust vent duct system to the outside of your home anyway. Continue to check and clean the vent duct system at least yearly and you should be okay.

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If you do not feel confident resolving this problem yourself, then you can have a Sears technician examine the dryer and find the felt strip (or verify that it is no longer in the dryer). Here is a link for the website: Sears Home Services .

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
August 27, 2010
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Thanks Lyle. Very thorough answer and I appreciate the assistance. Sounds a bit too complicated for me and unfortunately the attachment isn't clear enough to really help. So guess I'll call a technician. I was torn between a technician or dryer/vent cleaning.....but seems like repair route technician is probalby best. I am very worried about using the dryer so this was helpful. Thanks, Amy

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AmyB2005 -
August 30, 2010
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