Question about Dryers
Hi, thanks for using FixYa.com. Most gas dryer heat complaints are the result of faulty gas coils. They are located directly on the gas valve which is in the front left corner of your dryer. They are inexpensive and easily replaced. However, there are thermal fuses that can cause no heat issues as well. An easy way to determine where to start is by listening closely to what happens the moment you turn the machine on. If you hear a fairly loud "click" and no heat, the coils are likely bad. If there is no "click" and the machine just starts, likely a thermal fuse.
Posted on Sep 16, 2010
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