Model #11087994500 KENMORE Residential Dryer

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dryer not working

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When a dryer starts malfunctioning it can be frustrating, I have attached a link below to manage my life where a expert answered a similar question that can be very useful for you. I hope it helps! http://www.managemylife.com/mmh/questions/212472-dryer-heating-30

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Maira E -
November 07, 2010
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this dryer i have will not start now and it didnt seem to be over heating. the model number i have is really weird, when i talked to cameron about it it wasnt found and she checked the serial number on it and it said it was manufactured 24 week of 1979 and that cant be possiable

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Freemont24 -
November 08, 2010
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The PF indicates that you have a power failure occurring when you are trying to start the dryer. This can be caused by a loose wiring connection or a problem with the outlet. A failed transformer for the control board could also cause this problem. A service technician will normally need to diagnose and repair this type of failure. Here is a link for the Sears Service website: Sears Home Services .

NOTE: Due to the age of this dryer, the transformer is no longer available. According to your symptoms, there is a good possibility that this is the failed component. Based on the age of the dryer and the availability of parts, you may need to replace the dryer instead of repairing it.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
November 09, 2010
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hello lyle, if u seen this dryer u would not believe the age that is coming up with the serial number, it has a digital display with touch screen display, we got it from my mother inlaw, would it help if i sent an pic of it or do u know where i can see a pic of it, i am a electronic engineer but i dont have a schematic of the board layout to see what the voltage out of the transformer should be but i can at least see if their is anything voltage there

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Freemont24 -
November 09, 2010
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hello lyle heres a pic, do u think its that old? the size was to big for me to upload the pic. damit

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Freemont24 -
November 09, 2010
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Hello Freemont, Lyle is off today and my name is Joey S. Lyle asked me to reply to your question this AM. Your dryer appears to be made around the middle of 1987 going by the documentation date on the parts image of your dryer. The Transformer Secondary voltages are as follows: These will be marked on the microcomputer board, TG to TR1 (orange) = 10VAC, TG to TR (brown) = 10VAC, The input voltage to the primary at TP1 (black) to TP2 (white) is 120 VAC. Note: If the cycle following a Power Failure (PF) is stopped before the end of the cycle, PF may continue to flash in the display each time the dryer is turned on. To Clear PF, touch the following selection pads in this order: Custom Memory, Start, Custom Memory, OFF. I hope this helps. I attached the wiring diagram to your e-mail.

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Joey S -
Sears Technician
November 10, 2010
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hello joey, this will help, the dryer does nothing when plugged in, nothing on the display, i did check power in and had 120vac, if it turns out to be the transformer is it possiable to get the part number for it and maybe i can find one online somewhere.

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Freemont24 -
November 10, 2010
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According to our parts source the transformer is no longer available, however if you go to www.repair clinic.com and enter the part #660987 it is available.

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Joey S -
Sears Technician
November 10, 2010
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good morning joey, i am checking the voltages at the transformer and it has no power in at TP1 to TP2 ohmed out the transformer but it seems fine. the main power comes in from back and goes down under top cover. do you have another point where it might be stopping the power in? should there be power constent at TP1 to TP2.

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Freemont24 -
November 11, 2010
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Yes, there should be constant voltage across TP1 and TP2. TP1 is the line voltage and TP2 is the Neutral. Jim, if you do not measure any voltage across TP1 and TP2 then it likely has an open thermal fuse or the belt could be broken which will cause the broken belt switch to open and break Neutral to TP2. TP1 is L1. If the thermal fuse opens it will prevent any Line One voltage to TP1.

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Joey S -
Sears Technician
November 11, 2010
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