Question about Estate TGDX640JQ Gas Dryer
First thing to check is the thermal fuse on te back of the machine. YOu do this by removing the back panal by taking out the1/4 in screws all around it. The thermal fuse is on the lower left side, is white and islong and thin with two wires going to it. If you have a meter, unplug the wires and check for continuity of the fise, if there is none the fuse is bad and thats your problem. If you dont have a meter, disconnect the wires and connect them together (do all of this while the machine is unplugged of course). Once you have them connected and safely away from any metal (electrical tape would work) plug it back in and turn it on. If the fuse was bad the dryer should heat. If still no heat chances are the ignitor or the gas coils are bad. All of these parts are fairly cheap and easy to put on.
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Posted on Nov 02, 2010
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