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I have a natural gas dry, model # 66W9878LW0, that does not heat. I believe it is the ignition system since gas is getting to the appliance. How do I go about testing the ignition system?

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HI oNDRYERS THERES A THERMAL FUSE LOCATED ON THE AIR DUCT .tHAT GOES OFTEN CHECK THAT FIRST IF THATS OK tHE IGNITOR DOES GO THAN THERES THE FLAME SENSOR aND THE COILS ON THE GAS VALVE . bUT MOST OF THE PROBLEMS THAT OCCUR IS WITH THETHERMAL FUSE

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