Model #11096575110 KENMORE Residential Dryer

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redirecting a dryer vent

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It's always a good thing when your dryer has the option to switch around the vents. I did some research and I found your manual in Manage My Life and on page 10 you can plan your vent system. While your waiting on an expert answer, I attached the link below. I hope this is useful to you!!!!!!!

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Raquel F -
October 20, 2010
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Many other models have side and bottom vent kits but this particular model of dryer does not have one available. This one will only vent out of the back.

The link for the manual provided above by Raquel F. does not appear to be the correct one for your dryer. According to your model number, the dryer that you have appears to be a standard type of dryer that was manufactured around 1995. It appears to have the lint screen that pulls out of the top of the panel.

If you do have an HE2 dryer as shown in the owner's manual provided above, then that type of dryer does have a side or bottom vent kit available.

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

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
October 21, 2010
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I have a Kenmore dryer, model #110.96575110. No heat is being generated.I replaced the heating element and still no heat. Guessing its a sensor/switch. Help!

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I can see your looking for some solutions on why your Kenmore Dryer is not generating heat. I found a question in Manage My Life under the Answers button that is similar to the one you asked. I think this question will give you some helpful information, while your waiting on an expert answer. I attached the link below, I hope this helps!!!!!!!!

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Raquel F -
September 18, 2010
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thanks

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DOUGCALDER -
September 18, 2010
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The timer could be also causing the no heat. It must make/close terminal BK to R in order to supply the line one (L1) voltage to one side of the heating element as well as closing terminal BK to BU in order to provide voltage to the motor.

I added the wiring diagram in the image below. Since you replaced the heating element I can assume it is okay. The first thing you must know is that the dryer must have a 220-240 voltage supply in order to run and heat. If one of the two house breakers dedicated for the dryer has tripped it can allow the dryer to run but it will not heat. The heating element must have 220-240 volts when measuring across the two wire leads when running. NOTE: I do not recommend checking and confirming voltages unless you have experience and feel safe and confident in doing so, otherwise I recommend calling a service technician to diagnose and repair your dryer. The voltage supply must be checked and confirmed first. Take the voltage measurement where the power cord is attached to the dryer. Place the voltage meter leads across the two (2) outside terminals and it must measure 220-240 volts. I recommend resetting both circuit breakers dedicated for the dryer inside your house circuit breaker box first by flipping them both OFF and back ON 2-3 times and then check the dryer for heat. If it continues to run and not heat then you will need to verify the voltage supply. Once the voltage supply has been checked and confirmed disconnect the power cord and test each component I listed below for continuity with an ohm meter:

  1. Thermal cutoff (key#1)
  2. Operating thermostat (key#42)
  3. Hi limit thermostat (key#34)
Note: Disconnect the wires from the component before testing it for continuity with an ohm meter.

If you do not feel confident repairing this problem yourself, then you can have it repaired at your home by a Sears technician. Here is a link for the website: Sears Home Services .

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Joey S -
Sears Technician
September 20, 2010
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