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No heat in dryer

We are having the same problem, we replaced the coils for the gas valves. The heat worked for a couple of weeks and now it is not working again. Do you have any other suggestions? Could there be something wrong with the PC Board and what does the PC Board do?

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Debbee, there was a service bullitin (TDL-0093-B) on your model regarding the motor switch. The heating circuit runs through this switch and this problem could be intermittant. If the terminals on the motor switch are brass on the cetrifugal side of the switch it needs to be replaced with part number 303877. The correct terminals are silver. This is assuming that your ignitor and thermal fuse are ok, this too will cause a no heat situation. Catriver..post back.

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