Question about Whirlpool LGR3624JQ Gas Dryer
The owners manual is REALLY vague on this topic...
It simply says...1. Is your setting correct...2.Did somehow the gas valve get turned off.
Dryer is about 5 years old...
Go to: RepairClinic.com
There you can troubleshoot
You'll need make & model #.
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