Appliance Repair Questions? Ask a Technician for Answers ASAP
good morning.the screws that you are going to see are either going to need a phillips or 1/4inch screwdriver.which is a hex type.
if you open the door,will the light come on?
ok what you may have is most likely a bad thermal fuse.wn be bypashich will stop the dryer from running.now it can be bypassed or tested for continuity by using a voltmeter.
i will post the part number as well as a diagram.
here is what the part looks like.works like a fuse.
Part Number: PS267927
i have posted these diagrams that will show the location.
is there anything else that i can do help you with?
are you still with me?
were you able to locate the part?
if you lift the top cover,you should be able to gain access.
can you see where that part is located on the diagram?
correct.if you just tilt the cover back.you can get to the part.unless it shows a different location.
so what you will need to do then is remove the drum as well.im not sure if you are willing to do that.when you press the start button.what does it do what do you hear?
can you now see the part?
does y9our model have a rear access panel?
that you can see?
ok then yes you can.once you get to the part.go ahead and bypass it.then try starting it.the drryer should start right up.
you have the part number.
do you see two connections on it?
sure.just unplug both connections the splice them twist them both together so that they can make contact.the dryer should start right up.
you will also need to turn the start switch as well.
make sure that the door switch is connected to.
no you have a different model.this part will have to be access from the inside
some will take some time.
it seems that on your model it does not.