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Crosley gas dryer no heat mod# cgdx463mq1 ser# mr3902121

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SOURCE: heating element in Crosley Clothes dryer

Before you replace the heating element, check the thermal fuse. All heaters have safety thermal fuse. This opens in case the thermostat fails. This is normally attached on or near the heating element, looks like diode. (When replacing, do not solder ! this will damage the fuse)

Posted on May 30, 2007

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the pilot should be located in close proximety to the main burner. the ignition may be one of two devices - an electronic spark type ignition or what is called a hot rail glo-bar. the flame detector has a millivolt generator which generates a 750 millivolt current after it detects the pilot flame and gives a signal to the main valve to open.

Posted on Aug 24, 2007

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if you already replace the heating element . it may be loose or it get damage . you can open the dryer from the back . and ck if the 220v is coming in . or the thrmstate is no goog . most likely you heater when dad again. good luck . and let me know if you need to find any parts for it .

Posted on Apr 04, 2008

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Hi Mette-q,
Welcome to fixya.com

I'm Huuum,


You said,you have a Kenmore gas dryer mod. 110.95087400 ser. ms0201135 it's a smartheat quiet pak9. Is there anyway I could convert this from natural gas to electric, is there a conversion kit available.



They do have conversion kits for gas to LP.
But I believe that there is no gas to electric.
You must find a gas line from some where in the home and run it to your location, or buy an electric dryer.
Remember that if you can run a gas dryer it will save you 30% on your energy bill over electric and in time pay for the cost of running the gas line to it.
I hope you are not in an electric only house!

How old is the dryer?? Waiting for your response!
Thanks for giving me the opportunity to help!
Please do not for get to give a rating before you sign off!
Thank You, HUUUM



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Posted on Sep 22, 2008

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You may have a blockage somewhere in your exhaust line. I had to have my professionally cleaned, but it fixed the problem.

Posted on Dec 11, 2008

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SOURCE: Gas duet. Mod: GGW9250PWO Ser: MR3604435. Front

is the other lights DIM(partially lit)?
If so it could be one of the following.
1.) Intermittent ribbon cables between the control board and the Interface board (one with the buttons) Reseat all four cables.
2.) faulty control board.
3.) faulty Input board.

Posted on Nov 12, 2009

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