Question about Dryers
The thermal fuse and the cycling thermostat on the blower housing and the thermal cut-off and the high-limit thermostat on the box must have continuity. If those parts have continuity, the problem can be with the igniter, flame/radiant sensor, or the gas valve solenoids sitting on top of the gas valves. Check the igniter if it is glowing red hot when the dryer is turned on. If yes, then the gas valve solenoids are not working. Test the coils for continuity and replace both of them if one or both of them are found open. The igniter, which is made of a very fragile material, must be broken if it doesn't glow red hot. Inspect the igniter for such obvious sign of physical damage.
Posted on Nov 03, 2010
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