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Hotpoint dryer, DLL 2650BNLAD, is not igniting.

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  • nterry38 Apr 22, 2009

    The glow bar is not working. Unforturnately, I do not have any diagrams as to how to remove the burner assembly. I have looked at the component but do not see how to disconnect the gas line from the ignitor. There appears to be a retaining nut off the small gas valve underneath and next to the ignitor, but I can not get it unscrewed without fear of breaking something.

  • nterry38 Apr 22, 2009

    I going to try this right now. Thanks.

  • nterry38 Apr 22, 2009

    O.K. I've removed what I think are the two coils for the ignitor. Can I check polarity (ohms) to verify that this is my problem?

  • nterry38 Apr 22, 2009

    O.K. I'll look again. I really appreciate your patience.

  • nterry38 Apr 22, 2009

    The ignitor is out, in multiple pieces, I now go to the supply shop and find a new one.

  • nterry38 Apr 22, 2009

    I got the old ignitor out (in many pieces) and bought a new one. Tomorrow, I will attempt to reinstall. I have been warned that they are very fragil and, as you said, don't touch the corkscrew end. I have no doubt this was my problem. If I ever meet you face to face, I'll buy you a six pack. Thanks for your help.

  • steve
    steve May 11, 2010

    Is the glow bar ignitor glowing?

    If not, replace the glow bar.

    They can glow and still be bad.

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You do not have to remove anything but the ignitor. It is held on by 2 screws.

Posted on Apr 22, 2009

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    steve Apr 22, 2009

    In fact the ignitor itself snaps out of the holder.

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    steve Apr 22, 2009

    Handle the new ignitor very carefully. Do not touch the corkscrew end with your fingers.

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    steve Apr 22, 2009

    Please remember to rate this solution when you are done.

  • steve
    steve Apr 22, 2009

    If you removed 2 coils you removed the gas valve coils. The ignitor is about 3 inches long the diameter of a ball point pen. Corkscrew shape in appearance with 2 little paddle devices on one end.

    It will be near the gas valve nozzle.

  • steve
    steve Apr 22, 2009

    Coors Light.

    Thank you.

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