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GE DPGT750 Gas Dryer runs but no heat

Unit runs but does not heat. Gas valve is open. There was allot of lint in duct but I completely cleaned this out. Does this unit have an automatic gas shut off when clogged and if so is there a way to reset after cleaning the lint from unit and duct?

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    I have a Kenmore gas dryer,no heat, replaced the ignighter,still no heat!

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If your blower motor isn't getting up to speed it won't heat.check troubleshoot mode by holding my cycles and help at the same time for three seconds.may need a new blower motor

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My dryer runs but it doesnt get hot and drys my clothes what could be wrong

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one you might a block exhaust vent,full of lint, even when it seems like the duct is clear all the way to the outside, you might have some lint inside the unit, try cleaning it by removing the back panel screews, the air duct, and then remove i thinks is 4 or 5 screws from the air shoot, open it an clean the inside, what sometimes happens is that the blockage is there on the duct, the heat is created but won't exit the unit, and it back flows, rising the temp, and the dryer won't turn back on till it cools off

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an then the gas valve....


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