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Not properly drying

I have a LG DLG0332W gas dryer that initially the burner fires, but turns off and the air is cool. The burner doesn't turn back on and the clothes don't dry. I ran the Diagnostic test - When I pressed the "start/pause" button two times, the current temperature was 23. I assume this is the temperature in degrees celsius. When I pushed the "start/pause" button 3 times per the manual instructions, the temperature after 4 minutes was 26 and not the temperature of 45 degrees celsius. In the manual, it recommends that I see test 7, to check the gas valves. Should push the reset button on the thermostat (N100) as others have done on the DLE0332? Or should I skip the reset and directly conduct test 7?

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If you remove the front cover hitting the reset switch is rather easy. However I did that the other day and only got 1 load done before it tripped again.

I just picked this dryer up used from a buddy the other day and am already having trouble. Also... It runs very loud. How loud is yours complared to the washer?

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