Question about Dryers
Pulled front panel, watched ignition cylcle, successful. Very short metal exhaust duct (2 feet in length). Checked outside flow, excellent flow and heat. After a little time, heat stopped. Doesn't always fire. New ignitor last year. Is problem likely fixed with solenoids, or can faulty automatic dry feature sensor assembly in drum have an impact? During initial test mentioned above, dryer was empty, but still fired up.
Most likely solenoids after a few firings they tend to open up and not work again until after cool down replace both they usually come in a kit
Posted on Sep 14, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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