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My sears kenmore gas dryer stopped heating. model #11078932790 which is 13 years old.... does it need a new burner assembly or do I need a new dryer?

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Hi!! make sure that you have 120 volts going to the glow ignitor.the gas valve will not turn on the gas if the ignitoe wont glow..if it glows the check yout coil boosters they are round and are located by the gas valve.then if not you have a bad timer.they are usually round and are black..good luck..

Posted on Jan 03, 2009

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SOURCE: Is this the right number for my dryer?

Yes the Model Number on most all sears Kenmore products have a 3 didget code a dot then the rest of the model number. The first 3 numbers denote the manufacturer.

Posted on Mar 13, 2009

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SOURCE: Kenmore Electric Dryer Model 110.6972110 timer motor NG

hi,

maybe call a generic appiance store other than sears, try maytag store. the knob pulls staight off and the timer nut is below. then take off the back cover off the control panel, sometimes those screws are on the front corners, sometimes hidden. take a picture of the timer wiring and tape and label all the wires before you remove it. unplug it first!!

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Posted on Nov 29, 2009

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SOURCE: Greetings -- My 3 year old Sears Kenmore gas dryer

by the burners gas line which is the small line you will see a tube with a wire going to it. That is the spark ignitor which has gone bad and needs a replacement

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