Model #78702 STARTING DELCO-REMY Winch

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Q:

Kenmore 70 Series will turn but produces no heat

A:

I can understand your concern over the issue that you are having with the dryer. My suggestion would be is to locate the model number of your dry on the item itself, so that way the expert can can answer your question more specifically.

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celene -
December 28, 2010
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Here is the additional information: Model Number: 78702894 Stock Number: 78702 Serial Number: MH2506576 120 Volts : 6Hz : 6 Amps

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Kevin -
December 28, 2010
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There are a few things that might cause this dryer to run but not heat.

The first place to start is to remove a small square plug on the front panel. This will enable you to see if the igniter glows.

If the igniter doesn't glow then the most likely problem is the thermal fuse. It is located behind the rear panel. See the image below for help with this. The fuse should have continuity if you have a meter or it can be bypassed with a small piece of insulated wire.

If the igniter does glow but there is no flame then the problem is likely the gas coils or the gas valve.

You can get any part you need with a model number from the following link: Sears PartsDirect .

There is one trick you should know. The gas coils price individually at around $35 dollars each so for 2 you'll spend close to $70 dollars. There is usually a coil kit that comes with both coils for about $20 dollars. The valve is usually about $100 dollars.

The images below will be helpful to you.

If you reply with a model number I can provide you with more specific information about this do-it-yourself project.

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Fred M -
Sears Technician
December 30, 2010
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Thanks for the quick response. What if I were to change the belt and clean the dryer? Would it resolve the problem and have the dryer heat the clothes again?

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Kevin -
December 30, 2010
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If the belt is broken then replacing it should help. A heavy build up of lint might cause the thermal fuse to blow so a cleaning might help. You don't say if the igniter is glowing or not and this is a key detail.

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Fred M -
Sears Technician
January 01, 2011
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