Liam Vu: Hi, my kitchenaid dryer after i replaced the fuse but the dryer isnt running, it basically runs if i hold the start button, do you have any suggestions? thanks, the model is Keys750lq
Beth Barber: When I opened my dryer door to put cloths in the light flickered several times and then when out. The dryer will not come on either. Would the thermal fuse cause the light to do that also?
sugarbrownhonei: Hi my dryer is heating up and not on but plugged in bought all new parts now it will not run at all what do u think the problem could be
Jackie Gibbs: My dryer was working until the 2 wires touched together now it want work I tried the Breaker box in the house I tape the wires up I don't know what else to do
Lisa Koch-Rocheleau: i BYPASSED the thermal fuse and it still didn't work. I checked the power plug and the outlet and they are fine. What now?
rakumubiz: I have a Kemore Elite dryer (model#11063062101). The interior lights comes on but the dryer will not start. So assuming it is the thermal switch, I tried to open the unit. But found the rear panel joint welded, also do not know how to open this unit and find the thermal fuse. I did extensive futile search online and Sears website to see how to remove the panels. Thanks for your help.
William J Krivinskas: I am better informed as to how to to fix my dryer thanks to you. thank you
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rodkiller11: Thank you. Great video.
Tee Mizzle: My dryer will run, but no heat is coming out. Do you think it's most likely this, or the heating element?
Silentjmr25: thank you so much for showing me this! i was able to fix my dryer because of this video!
Cynthia Pulsifer: I have a kenmore oasis 11067042600. The videos I see is not my dryer I need to replace my fuse and I can not find it.
Daniel Roman: My dryer wont start. It makes a grinding noise when i push to start the load. Its as if something is stuck. I tested the thermal fuse, but that seems to be working ok. Any thoughts? my dryer is the same model as the dryer in your video
Brian Desmarais: I am excited to go home and try this remedy. If I do find that that the fuse and thermostat are in need of replacement, are they model specific? If so, where is a good place to pick up replacement parts?
Randy L: The back panel on my dryer does not come off. Is there another place the thermal fuse would be located?
René Bouillon: Thank you,
I watched your video this morning, went to get the parts, and now my dryer is working fine.
Connor Mullins: If my Kenmore 600 series doesn't start - no noise whatsoever -I am watching your video, but how do I know if its the thermal switch or starter switch??
Martha Brock: this was exactly what was my problem. I thought I was going to have to buy a control panel at $250 to $350. Thanks for the information.
ThrashNeon: I'm struggling with my 1999 Whirlpool/Kenmore dryer. It wouldn't start, so I suspected the thermal fuse thanks to this video. I briefly jumped the fuse to confirm that the motor, heating element, fan, etc all work.... but the timer did NOT seem to "countdown" during my test. Unfortunately, I ordered the thermal cut-off fuse kit - which is obviously not the correct part (this kit is for the heating element thermostat). I've since ordered the correct thermal fuse, and now I see that I should also replace the operating thermostat. My question is this: If I replace the thermal fuse and operating thermostat, and this is actually a timer issue (if the timer doesn't run, presumably this could cause overheating/blown fuse), won't the fuse/thermostat just pop again? If so, I'll have to replace the timer AND replace the fuse/thermostat AGAIN? Everything is clean and no obstructions anywhere. Thanks for any advice.
chavecar1: thank you canyonman1963 i fix my dryer thanx to your video :) i change the thermal fuse but not the operating thermostat and its working fine now :)
Whirlpool & Kenmore Dryer Wont Start or Run - Thermal Fuse Repair 3392519 or 33907195
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