Question about Dryers
My Whirlpool LGR7647 will dry ok. Everytime it drys, it smells like gas. and only when it runs. It has completed 2 or 3 loads like this. The gas supplier says there is no leak. Any ideas?
Make sure the air shutter on the gas nozzle isnt completely blocked or changed positions as the flame needs oxygen to make combustion complete otherwise the gas wont burn completely and you will get a black smoke that smells like raw gas
Posted on Dec 07, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
the automatic feature could be the problem. the damp sensor could be faulty. the timer would run even though the clothes are still damped. it is supposed to stop while the clothes are still wet.
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Posted on Oct 31, 2008
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