Model #11067832794 KENMORE Residential Dryer

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Dryer gets way too hot 110.67832794


Thanks for the inquiry and for being a valued member.

I am sorry to hear of the issue you're having with the dryer being too hot. I know how frustrating that is.

This dryer has a thermostat located on the blower housing, known as the operating thermostat. 

The thermostat is rated at 150 degrees. If the dryer is overheating then this would be the first thing to check. The part number 3387134 and you will want to use a meter to test the thermostat for continuity.  To help you with the testing of the thermostat, I have linked below some YouTube videos you can watch to see how it’s done.

Operating Thermostat 3387134 Testing Videos

I hope this helps and thanks for using We appreciate your business. 

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Jeff Wallace Sr -
Sears Technician
December 14, 2014

dryer will not heat 11067832794


Hello, glad to help.  Thank You for choosing Sears
I am sorry and do understand your frustration when there is problems with the dryer.
Glad to help out.  I’m looking at your Kenmore Dryer model number 11067832794.

First thing for safety and concerns to keep dryer running well is to check the lint screen and vent of air flow going out of the house.  
If clogged up it could cause heating problems on any dryer.

To prevent a Blocked Vent Hood, once a year:

1.  Clean any lint blockage from the exhaust vent hood.

2.  Make sure the vent hood flappers move freely.

3.  Check for screen/grate openings that allow bird or rodent nests.

4.  Replace exhaust vent hood if damaged.

5.  Check for good air flow while running the dryer.

Note: Poor airflow or decreased airflow indicates further vent system cleaning is needed.

When it comes to Electric dryers here are all the options to check on when not heating.

All can be checked with an Ohm meter for its continuity open or closed.

You can see all these on the link below when clicked on.

Heating element which is key number 14

Thermal cut off switch which is both key 1 and key 34 together

ON the back of the blower is thermal fuse key number 59

Also on the back of the blower internal thermostat key number 42

Make sure you always keep your lint screen areas clean.


Thank you for your understanding in this matter and I hope we can help you with your future questions and repairs.  Thank you for choosing Sears and using our

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Larry Jr -
Sears Technician
August 04, 2014

Heating element always on even after door open and dryer not tumbling, clothes very hot 11067832794 Kenmore Electric dryer


The thermostats will not cause this failure. You either have a broken heating element that is shorting out to the cabinet ground (metal in the dryer cabinet) or you have a defective motor centrifugal switch.  (The motor centrifugal switch should only be electrically "closed" from M1 to M2 when the dryer is running to complete the L2 circuit to the dryer heating element.)

I recommend that you unplug the dryer and check the heating element first.  Here is a link for a Sears PartsDirect Repair Guide that shows how to access and replace the heating element in your dryer: How to Replace the Heating Element in an Electric Dryer.

If the heating element is physically broken, replace it as shown in the above repair guide.

If you see no physical damage to the heating element, check it using a volt/ohm meter (with the dryer still unplugged). The heating element should measure between 8 and 13 ohms of resistance. If the heating element is "open" (measure OL -- open load or infinite resistance) then replace the heating element as shown in the above repair guide.

If the heating element is okay, then you will likely need to replace the drive motor as shown in this repair guide: How to Replace a Dryer Drive Motor.

If you need more help, let us know.

Thanks for choosing Sears PartsDirect. 

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
April 07, 2014

Thank you Lyle W. Heating element was the problem. Great detailed response and guide for repair.

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Denise -
April 25, 2014
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