Question about Dryers
Check the limit switch that is located on the fire box. They usually have a reset button on them. They are about the size of a penny. Also, check the continuity of the door switch. These are common problems with dryers. You should have checked the continuity of the ignitor before replacing. Also, with a volt meter, test voltage to the ignitor to see if it is being "told" to come on.
Posted on Apr 18, 2009
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