Question about GE Dryers
How do you test the ceramic ignitor? I see a lot of people say you can use an ohm meter but I do not believe it is possible to test it that way. Is there a difinitive way to be sure if the ignitor is good or not? I am getting 120v. to the ignitor but no glow/heat.
Well you can indeed test a ceramic ignitor with an ohm meter. I ended up buying a new one and checked it with my meter.
Posted on Feb 19, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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