Question about Hotpoint NBXR463GBWW Gas Dryer
My Hotpoint dryer will run nicely, then kick on like it should, then naturally the gas turns off, but on the next cycle it glows, but doesn't kick on and makes an annoying clattering sound where the gas should be heating up. When the heating cycle ends, the clattering stops, but the clothes never get dry again. I've got to wait until the machine is completely cooled off (usually over an hour), I'll get it to heat up on the first run, then nothing for the whole cycle. What's wrong?
Replace both coils on the gas burner (the round black dohickeys)after first ignition they tend not to pull valve open next time heat is called for
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