Question about Whirlpool GGX9868J Gas Dryer
The gas won't fire upp on Sensor Dry cycle, but will on Timed Dry. Also, if I stop it while running on Timed Dry, I can restart the cycle, but the Gas won't fire up again. Every time I stop it, I have to start a new Timed Dry cycle to get the gas to fire up.
PLEASE do not use this dryer until it is fixed. it may be a saftey hazard. From the sounds of it. Your ignitor is only getting a signal every now and then. Now either is a coupler in there to tell the ignitor when to fire and when not to fire. It seems that it is going out only alloweing the dryer's ignition to come on only when a new cycle is started. That is where i would start... check with an appliance repair shop and find out if it will be something you can do your self or if it is something they have to do....
Now I do STRONGLEY recomend that you have a service technicion come on and service your dryer do to the fact that it is a GAS dryer. if something inside the dryer where to get pinched or broken it could cause a bigger problem....
so please take this advisment under consideration....
Posted on Aug 04, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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