Question about Amana ALE643RB Electric Dryer
My Amana dryer model LED20AW turns on and functions properly, but doesn't heat. What can i do to retify this problem
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: amana dryer led20aw need wiring
Below is a link that will provide you with a wiring manual.
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Dave E. (Illeagle)
Posted on Jun 15, 2008
Cabinet Removal- Maytag & Amana Top Load Washing Machine
Remove the two (2) screws (item #21 on the attachment below) from the bottom of the front panel. Once the screws are removed, pull out on the bottom of the front panel until the spring clips release for the cabinet top.
Posted on Apr 07, 2009
i went to a local appliance store asked them for assistance. they were more than helpful and sold me the parts i needed. fixed the problem for under $30.00. i also didnt have to pay for their ADVICE !!!
Posted on Aug 23, 2009
I was experiencing a similar problem. I just repaired mine yesterday, with the help of this web site. Remove the front bottom panel. The are two screws located on the bottom of the panel. They are there, just slightly hidden. Turn on dryer to heat. Look inside where the panel was. Wait a minute or two and you will see the igniter glow. After a minute or so you might hear a click and the gas valve will open to start flame. After a while flame will go out until it cycles again. If your igniter glows and you hear the rattling noise and then the igniter glow goes out and you have no flame, it might be your solenoid coils are bad. These are the two black round things located on top of the gas valve. Make sure your gas dryer is unplugged. There is a wire clip attached to each solenoid. Unplug them. I needed to pry them off carefully with a flat screwdriver. There is a metal bracket holding those two solenoids in. There are two screws that you will need to remove the bracket. Use a flashlight to see them. Slide them up and off the gas valve. One is a 2 prong and one is a 3 prong. I bought a new set for 26.75. Put the new ones back the same way as you took them off. The is little nips on the top of the solenoid that line back up with the holes of the top bracket when reassembling them. Plug your machine back in and turn on and watch to see if the ignitor glows again and watch for the flame. Put panel back on and enjoy dry hot clothes again. GOOD LUCK
Posted on Sep 18, 2009
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