How to Repair a Cycling Thermostat on a Kenmore Dryer?

Answer The cycling thermostat in your Kenmore dryer controls the dryer's internal temperature. The cycling thermostat is an oval-shaped part, around 2 inches long, and is found on the exhaust vent in the ... Read More »

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How to Replace the Cycling Thermostat on a Duet Dryer?

The cycling thermostat, or high-limit thermostat, controls the length of time the Duet dryer heating element stays on. If the machine is not heating or taking too long to dry a load, you may have t... Read More »

How to Repair a Kenmore Dryer Drive Belt?

Occasionally, the drive belt on the Kenmore dryer will wear out or break because of continual movement or exposure to heat inside the dryer. When the drive belt wears out, it requires that the Kenm... Read More »

How to Repair the Start Button in a Kenmore Electric Dryer?

A broken start button on your Kenmore will cripple your dryer and turn it into a giant paperweight. If your dryer won't start when you press the button, the cause is likely the switch beneath the b... Read More »

How do I Repair the Control Panel for a Kenmore 110.64972300 Dryer?

The control panel on a Kenmore Elite 110.64972300 clothes dryer controls all of the dryer's main functions. It contains the dryer's control switches, including the start switch, timer switch and te... Read More »