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GE Gas dryer getting too hot

Our gas dryer is hooked up to a BBQ propane tank with an appliance regulator. The jets are jetted for propane. When we use the dryer the back plate gets so hot it burns your hand and is scorching our clothes. We can hear the gas clicking on and off. What could be the problem?

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The gas burner valve is not the correct one for LP gas. You have to convert the valve as well as the orifices. The clicking is because it is over heating and cycling on and off o the high limit (safety thermostat)

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