Question about Whirlpool GGW9250PL Gas Dryer
Your exhaust is probably clogged. Your macnine must be able to breathe.
Pull your machine away from the wall and check that hose all the way to the outside. Check that outside vent device as well, make sure it will open and close as is necessary. While you have it open, run a vacuum hose into the dryer to assure no clogging internally.
If you can do it, I suggest you replace your plastic hose with a aluminized hose available at ACE and other good hardware stores.
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Posted on Feb 05, 2010
Its okay, my dryer also run cycle three times before cloths dry.
Posted on Feb 05, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
with a gas dryer in which your assured te hventing is free and clear of any obstructions, i would look to replace the coil pack located atop the gas valve itself, probably about $25 part number 279834... 2 coils simply mount atop the valvle
Posted on Feb 12, 2009
The first thing to check is the temperature. start the dryer, and check it about 10-15 minutes in, is it very hot or kinda cool? IF its very hot, Look at the lint trap channel to see if there is a build up of lint, then remove the vent hose from the back of the dryer and make sure it has no lint in it and that it is clear all the way through the outside of your house. Make sure the flapper for the dryer on the outside is clear.
If it feels coolish, you will need to replace the heating elements, or a control circuit. Neither are expensive.
IF you do it yourself it could cost maybe $50-100. Since your asking for help here, I urge you to pay for a professional to repair the dryer which may run $150-200. You will have to decide if repairing the dryer is worth the investment.
Posted on May 10, 2009
It's not your heating element. Your venting system is clogged. Like mine was. You'll need to take care of this ASAP and from then on at least once a year. It is a fire hazard. Not only that if left this way It can kill your heating element.
Posted on Sep 12, 2012
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