Question about Whirlpool LGB6000KQ Gas Dryer
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Start with the thermal fuse, remove back check switches with a tester to see if power goes through them. I an guessing it is the one on the dryer duct behind back panel. It is small rectangular with two wires attached to it. If dryer overheats this fuse will pop needs to be replaced. Also vacuum out all of dryer and venting, clogged venting will cause dryer to over heat and cause problem you have. Part is around $6-8. Go to www.appliancepartspros.com they have all parts you need. also a schematic of your dryer showing where all parts are located.
Posted on May 08, 2010
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