Question about Whirlpool LGB6300 Gas Dryer
Thats because your not getting gas check solenoids
Posted on Oct 22, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Whirlpool Gas Dryer
Yes, that is most likely the problem. Once the glow bar igniter glows so hot, the switch opens & drops power to the igniter.(The radiant sensor has continuity while cold & open when a flame is present.) At the same time, by opening it redirects power to the valve coils allowing them to open & gas flow to the burner assembly. The dying glow of the igniter fires the gas. However, if your igniter glows, the radiant sensor is good. In this case, you'd need to replace the gas valve solenoids.
Posted on Aug 01, 2007
SOURCE: Whirlpool gas dryer model #
The flame sensor is probably bad. This is located on the side of the tube the flame is in. Has two wires going to it. Try to short it out and see if the flame stays lit. UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES OPERATE THIS DRYER WITH CLOTHES IN IT WITHOUT THE FLAME SENSOR IN PLACE!!!!! The other problem might be air flow. If the duct is blocked the flame will trigger the high limit switch. Take the hose off the back of the dryer and turn it on. There should be a lot of air flow. If there is and the flame stays on the duct hose or outlet is clogged.
Posted on Jun 29, 2008
Hi, You will need to change the coils on the top of the gas valve. They are a plug in coil. This is a very common problem. If you need assistance on how to change them or the part#, I can help you. I would need you model#.
Posted on May 14, 2009
SOURCE: heat cycle stops/goes off
Hi Tony, The next thing I would checnge would be the coils on top the gas valve. The tend to not open after the get hot. This is a very common problem with the newer gas dryers. I hope this helps you. Let me know if I can help you further.
Posted on May 15, 2009
SOURCE: dryer heat shuts off
Hello, reading between the lines I'm going to assume you have a gas dryer. This problem is going to be your safety valve coils...basically they get old and over time of heating then cooling develop a short when they heat up...It may appear the gas lights to start but then goes out until the safety valve coils cool back down. Here is a picture of the coils This should solve your problem. Hope this helps, Please feel free to comment again if you have any further questions or concerns. Good Luck! Mike
Posted on Jul 24, 2009
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