quick background....recently moved in with my elder parental units. My brother has lived 10 minutes away for years but really has never done his part. Now i'm here for the long haul, day in, day out - but when anything mechanical or constructional is needed he swoops in with his toolbox for five or ten minutes, changes a fuse or glues down a loose tile, and is the froggin' hero. Please assist me in just this once robbing him of his village people construction guy hardhat savior status. And no, I'm not bitter!!!!
I'm from the IT world where you don't post the same damn thing someone else already did and clog up the forum, but this here typie talkie place seems to be run in the opposite way, as I noted someone being told to start a new thread.
The model and exhibited behavior match this existing thread as best I can tell: http://appliancejunk.com/forums/index.php?topic=3550.0
We've got a Kenmore 70 series. DWJR-ELE 2406028-FM54 The drum will turn, the light will burn, but your wet clothes still for heat they yearn.
I have access to one of them fancy testelectrical thingies, but no idea how to use it much. I can follow directions though, and really wanna tug on superman's cape this time.
Some more random, maybe relevant facts: Mawmaw sez the medium setting has been known to sort of work when it wants to, whereas the high setting has worked always (now it appears there's no heat at all). That woman is maniacal about the lint trap, so on my life, it cannot possibly be that, or hell will be yearning for heat.
I'm going to get the panel off now, and see what I can see, and look forward to the empowerment your guidance will afford me!!!!!