Question about Whirlpool LER4634J Electric Dryer
I have a whirlpool lgr7620lwo gas dryer. It spins but does not dry the clothes.
On the blower housing in the rear is a duct fuse. If the dryer gets stopped up that fuse will blow and kill the gas assembly so I always check that first. Then If that is kosher I check the flame sensor for continuity. if it is open the ignitor and coils won't work. if it turns out to have continuity I next will check the ignitor for continuity. If it is open then nothing can happen right? If the dryer runs and the ignitor glows, shuts down and heats for a short time and then quits then that is the operator coils. mainly the one with 2 wires comes on and stays on most of the time the dryer is calling for heat. the coils come in a pair for $20. On this page I am going to post a better explanation is given with pictures. above the page is a few more links that are helpful. More gas dryer enlightenment
Posted on Apr 12, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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