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If you are having problems with your gas dryer not heating
the most common problem is that the ignitor goes bad. Even though it glows
sometimes it is still not working properly.
How to Replace A
White Knight Tumble Dryer Heating Element Heater and Thermostat
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There is a thermostat inside the drum if you open the door and feel up the front you will feel a disc with 2 screws holding it in remove the screws to expose the stat pull the stat out there will be 2 wires attatched to it. If you have a ohm meter check for continuity across the 2 conections or If you connect those 2 wires together and try the machine it should heat if so you will need to replace that stat. If still no heat i would suspect the heater to have failed
There is a thermostat inside the machine just inside and top, put your head in and look up. Took my whole machine apart before finding the wire which led to it!! It should be Normally Closed (NC) and cuts the power to the heating element when too hot or broken! Hope this helps.