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Have you checked the heating element or limit switches? if not you need to because both can cause no heat

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Dryer timer won't shut off at end of cycle. Dryer runs, but no heat. It is a Whirlpool model number LGR4634JQ2.

Since you say that the dryer runs but have no heat, plus the timer won't shut off the odds are the timer is bad. The timer would tell the burner when to be on and when to shut down.

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The control sends power over to the heat assemblyd28ae89.jpg742f281.jpgec7e68b.jpg1a010b4.jpgIf the ignitor is good and the flame sensor is good. The thermal limit is good AND the dryer works a little and quits then replace the solenoids. They get hot and fail with age. More here

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I have a Whirlpool LGR4634JQ2 gas dryer, I have checked all the venting from the dryer and nothing is blocked. However, the dryer still does not dry my clother properly. Sometime the heat comes on and...

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The rattling noise is maybe a sort of buzzing only more metallic? Sounds like the coils on the gas valve making it flutter. Causes are the coils and/or the ignitor.

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Normal 0 Hi, You need to change the coils on the top of the gas valve. This is a very common problem with the newer gas dryers. We have them for $29.95 on out web site
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Heat goes off after a min. in use. Whirlpool Model # LGR4634JQ2. Took apart back and cleaned exhaust.

if it's gas it could be that the pilot is not close enough to the gas sensor and when the drier is in motion the extra air motion shuts it off.
if its elect it could be that one of the fuses are not set shut both fuses down and turn them BOTH back on
Gas clean the elect pilot and be sure it is close to the sensor that looks like a little tube

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Whirlpool dryer with no heat

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Good luck.

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