Question about Kenmore 73932 Gas Dryer
All you have to do is check continuity across the ignitor. does it have continuity? if no you need to check your thermal fuse for continuity? it is a white peice with 2 wires going to it and sits on the blower houseing. if no then it could be your timer. or yes it could be your flame sensor. that sits off the side of your flume tube where the ignitor is. but highly likly it's just your thermal fuse.
Posted on May 15, 2010
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