02:34AM | 04/11/08
Member Since: 02/24/08
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I have an electric Kenmore dryer-model 66822694. It is running fine except it will not heat during drying cycle. I am trying to replace the heating element but need to know how to change it. I do not have a manual so I am not sure where to start.


05:10AM | 04/11/08
Member Since: 07/23/04
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I got 110.66822694 to work for me.

**It is running fine except it will not heat during drying cycle**

A copy:

Q - My electric dryer runs but will not heat, what could stop my dryer from heating ?

A - Things that could stop a electric dryer from heating:

- house fuse or breaker ( needs 2! )... - heating element ... - burnt wire ... - thermostats ... thermal fuse ( not all models )... - motor heat switch ... - timer ... - selector switch ... - burnt power cord/plug ...

** I am trying to replace the heating element but need to know how to change it.**

This will help...

If needed:

Dryer heating element, 240 Volt, 110.66822694


Appliance Repair Aid



11:14AM | 03/24/09
Member Since: 03/23/09
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12:40PM | 03/24/09
Member Since: 11/11/02
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Owner's manuals like you linked to rarely have other than the very simplest service information in them. The OP would need a *service* or *repair* manual to get instructions on how to change most parts of the appliance. Other than a general repair manual (see the following link) Sears does not usually produce service manuals for specific models.

- Whirlpool/Kenmore Dryer Repair Manual



Dan O.

The Appliance Information Site



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