Model #41793142200 KENMORE Residential Dryer

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Dimensions of kenmore dryer #41793042200 41793142200 Kenmore Dryer

A:

I do understand your concern in having the properly working dryer, I did come upon the installation that can be helpful for you while you wait for the experts model specific information. I have attached the link below. Hope it helps!

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maira -
December 31, 2012
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I know how important it is to have the right information for your washer and dryer. The dimensions for these are:

Dryer:

  • Cubic Feet -- 5.7
  • Height-- 36"
  • Width-- 26 7/8"
  • Depth-- 25 3/4"

Washer:

  • Cubic Feet-- 3.1
  • Height-- 36"
  • Width-- 26 3/4"
  • Depth-- 27 1/4"

I hope this helps. If you need further assistance, please reply to this thread. Thank you for using Manage My Life.

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AnneJ -
Sears Technician
January 02, 2013
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How do I get into a Kenmore model 417.93142200 dryer to check a not heat problem?

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The image below contains the instructions to raise the top and remove the front panel. Hopefully a bigger hammer won't be needed.

The 2nd image contains the wiring diagram for this dryer and it may be helpful to you.

In the description you say the dryer won't stay lit. If the dryer will heat at all then most likely the thermostats and limits are okay. If any were bad the dryer wouldn't heat at all.

If the dryer will heat one or two times then stop heating at all then most likely the gas coils or gas valve is the problem.

I hope this information helps you resolve this no heat problem but you can submit another question with any additional details for further assistance.

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Fred M -
Sears Technician
September 12, 2009
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Why does my Kenmore gas dryer model 417.93142200 only heat for a few minutes and why is there a rattling sound?

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It's good you removed the front panel cleaned the lint but since the dryer only heats for a few minutes the problem is most likely the gas coils or gas valve.

The key question in diagnosing this problem is does the igniter cycle on and off after the dryer stops heating.

If the dryer stops heating but the igniter keeps cycling on and off then most likely the problem is with the gas coils or gas valve.

If the igniter stops cycling on and off then the problem is most likely with the timer or thermostats.

In the back of the dryer is a small access panel that is used to access the belt. With this panel removed you might be able to tell if the igniter is cycling on and off by it's glow.

If the igniter glows but there is no flame then the coils or valve is bad.

If the igniter glows then listen for a click from the flame sensor and the igniter will stop glowing. At the same instant the igniter stops getting voltage the gas coils get the voltage and you might hear a buzz, hum or vibration from the coils. If you do and there is no flame then the gas valve is most likely to blame. If you hear nothing from the coils then most likely the coils have gone bad.

I hope this information helps you resolve this problem but submit another question with any additional details for further assistance.

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Fred M -
Sears Technician
September 09, 2009

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