Question about Dryers
I've been where you are and it can be frustrating! What you described, for lack of a better phrase, is an 'ignitor dying a slow death.' Within each heating unit (aka. ignitor) there is a tiny thermostat that tells the device WHEN to fire and how often. Your trouble can be fixed by replacing the part. If you supply your machine make and model number we can help point you to a replacement part which you can get online.
Thanks, Chris I.
Posted on Sep 08, 2010
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