Tip & How-To about Chevrolet Cars & Trucks
When troubleshooting a Gas Dryer that doesn't stay hot look first at the high temperature sensor located on the furnace module in the dryer. I jumped the sensor with a wire to see if the heat would stay on. It did, so I replaced the high temp sensor with a factory equivalent. Saved over $200 watching a You Tube video.
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