Question about Dryers
There is air in the gas line. If you are able, you can loosen the gas line behind the dryer (dryer off) and let the air bleed out of the line for 10 seconds or so. Tighten the gas line back up after you bleed the air out, use a little bit of soapy water to check for leaks where you tightened it, and then try your dryer again. You may have to do this a couple of times.
Many times, if the dryer tries to light enough times, it will eventually bleed the air out on its own. It may take several times trying though. Hope this helps
Posted on May 21, 2011
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