We carry replacement parts, repair parts and accessories for 3 Equator Dryer models
Your Equator dryer typically does everything you need to help you keep up with your household's laundry. Once in a while, though, the dryer simply stops heating. Several dryer parts can be involved when this occurs, so do some simple troubleshooting to determine the problem before calling Sears PartsDirect for help.
If your dryer is not only having trouble heating, but you also notice that the dryer timer isn't advancing and the dryer just isn't starting, you may have a problem with the dryer timer. This is one of the dryer repair parts that works with the dryer's motor and heating element to keep the heat coming for the right amount of time. When it fails, you may need to replace it.
In a gas dryer, the igniter begins a chain of events that results in the gas valves opening and the burners igniting. If the igniter doesn't get hot enough, the rest of the events in line don't happen, and the dryer doesn't heat. Check to see if the igniter is glowing white hot when you turn on the dryer. If it isn't, replace the part.
Another stop on your dryer troubleshooting list is the thermistor. This small part senses the temperature in the dryer and sends this information to the elements responsible for providing heat. If the thermistor is damaged, you typically know because you see an error code on your dryer's control panel.
Sears PartsDirect carries a wide selection of Equator dryer parts to help for those rare occasions when the dryer stops heating. To find the parts you need, choose your model from the list above, click the chat button, or call 1-800-252-1698.