Question about Whirlpool LGR5636L Gas Dryer
I don't know how old your dryer is, but if it's old enough to be made like what I'm familiar with here goes:
First, disconnect the power cord from the outlet and turn off the gas supply for safety.
Second, the panel under the door should pop off at it's top corners, and rests on metal tabs at the bottom. It should come off easily with a little tug from your fingers.
With that removed, the burner assembly should be exposed, it is easily removed, after removing the two hex-head screws retaining it, gas connection and some wires.
The glow rod is very fragile, handle very carefully.
Replace the glow rod, the re-installation of the burner is the reverse of removal. Be sure the gas connection does not leak. Check with soap solution, look for bubbles.
Hope you find this helpful.
Posted on Apr 24, 2009
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