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Parts for a Kenmore dryer can be purchased online at RepairClinic.com and PartSelect.com, as of 2015. Each site's inventory can be searched by model or part number to simplify making a purchase. More »

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According to The Family Handyman magazine, the first step in disassembling a Kenmore dryer with the lint filter on the inside door is to remove the screws from the corners of the control panel. Next, flip the panel up an... More »

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Dryer baffles are the paddles inside the drum that lift the clothing. Damaged baffles snag clothes, and loose ones make the machine noisy to operate. Dryer baffles loosen with time, allowing coins to slip inside and caus... More »

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A Kenmore dryer may refuse to heat up for reasons including a blown fuse or a tripped gas valve. A dryer's refusal to head may also be caused by overloading or a clogged vent. More »

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A Kenmore dryer that doesn't heat usually has a faulty heating element. Also, its thermostat could be malfunctioning due to a restricted vent. Both problems are easily diagnosed and repaired. More »

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Replacement dryer parts are sold at PartSelect.com and at AppliancePartsPros.com as of 2015. Both websites have search features that access correct replacement parts according to the model number of the dryer. Both also ... More »

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The dryer thermal fuse on a Kenmore 80 Series dryer is located beneath the back panel. The fuse is situated near the bottom of the dryer on the blower housing. The thermal fuse is a small white piece attached to the pane... More »

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