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I have a LG DLG5932 with no heat. I've taken the front cover off the unit as well as the blower cover. I've removed a lot of link from the blower unit. I also have pressed what appears to be a reset switch on the F130 thermostat assembly. The first two times I disassembled, cleaned and reassembled, I would get ignition and heat for part of the cycle. Then the heat cycle would quit and I cannot get ignition again. So that leads me to believe that the regulator is fine, the ignitor is fine, but I may have a defective sensor or thermostat. Thoughts and suggestions? Thanks KJ

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You may have a defective gas valve. there are 2 coils; one for 1st stage ignition; and, then the other 2nd stage coil takes over. ohm out your coils. there is also a flame detector that is attached to the flame tube body; could be bad? or, the thermostats themselves may need to be replaced.. always replace both the main and the safety reset t-stats together...

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