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Dryer spins, no ignition or heat. Both gas valve solenoids replaced. No igniter glow

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It could be several things. Radiat heat sensor, thermal fuse or safety fuse. Here is a link that should help troubleshooting the faulty part Troubleshooting a gas dryer

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