Question about Dryers
The first thing you do is check to see if your receiving 220v.If you have fuses then one of them may be burned out.If you have breakers,then one of your poles may be burned.If you have 220v at the dryer then it could be a burned out element or a tripped thermostat.Thirdly it may be a burned wire near your element.
Posted on Oct 20, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This dryer is what I like to call a 4 wheel drive model. Because it has wheels on the front as well as the back. To access the gas assembly you pop open the bottom panel. Strat the dryer and observe the gas assembly. You should hear a click and then the ignitor should glow. Next the flame sensor should trip and cause the ignitor to shut down. The gas will now be allowed to come out and fire off a blast.I have 2 home videos. on shows the operation and replacement of the coils. The other is of an electric model but shows how to put the dryer together.
Posted on Sep 22, 2012
I had this problem with one of my dryers and it turned out that the heating element was broken. It is a repair man that you need now I'm afraid.
Posted on Nov 04, 2012
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