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Re: dryer wont heat
If you already replace the heating element . it may be loose or it get damage . you can open the dryer from the back . and ck if the 220v is coming in . or the thrmstate is no goog . most likely you heater when dad again. good luck . and let me know if you need to find any parts for it .
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If you are having problems with your gas dryer not heatingthe most common problem is that the ignitor goes bad. Even though it glowssometimes it is still not working properly.
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Sounds like your capacitor has stopped functioning. Most dryers have capacitors ranging from 8 to 10 ohms which store energy and give the drum the initial energy boost to start it turning. Unplug the machine and take off the side that contains the motor. in there you will find a small cylindrical object with two connections, thats your capacitor, replace it
Good day, Timer woun't run if there is n heat. 1. Check to see you are getting 230 volts to the machine. The motor uses only 115 so is not a good indication. 2. Remove back cover. You will need an ohm meter to test the components. A. In the center bottom is a skinny white bakelite device held on with one screw. Remove one wire and check. It should check zero ohms. If not replace. B. On the bottom right is a canister with the heating element terminals sticking out. They should test at 30 or less ohms. If not replace the heating element. C. There are about 3 other limit thermostats in the area you're working. They should all check at zero ohms. Replace as needed.
Below is a tutorial on changing a heating element.