Question about Dryers
It could be a fuse to prevent the ignitor to come on.
If the ignitor comes on then turns off then the ignitor is good. However the thermal sensor could be bad not giving the signal to a solenoid to open the gas valve. Or the thermal sensor is good, but the coil is bad so it could not open the gas valve. The gas valve has to open to have continuous gas flowing to burn in order to produce the heat for your dryer. Definitely the timer is bad that was why it didn't turn off for a period of time.
Posted on Apr 28, 2010
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