Question about Dryers
Check the glow plug.
Take off the bottom front panel, push the start button and look for a red glow. This glow plug is about the size of your little finger and is hard to see when it's off but you will see a red glow if it's working. No glow, replace the glow plug.
If it glows for a few seconds then goes out then the solenoids on the gas valve should be checked with an OHM meter.
Posted on Dec 16, 2008
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