Question about Whirlpool LGR4634J Gas Dryer
We had the prior problem of the autocycle not advancing. We checked the sensor on lower left side on the burner tube. Ohmed out fine. Wondering if a propane orifice installed when natural gas was being used would cause the same problem. It seems like the flame is very small and it isn't producing enough heat. When ran in the timed mode, the timer advances, but the clothes are still wet.
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Spiders have been in the burner tubes and there is enough silk in there to prevent the gas flow down the tube. I use a stiff piece of #8 wire to run up inside the tube to clear out the silk.
Along the bottom edge where it slips over the jet you should see a little dip and opening from below the gas manifold. Run the wire up into the burner from there. If there is a lot or a few passes doesn't clear it out I bend a little hook into the tip of the wire. After a few more passes it should clean it all out and the burner tunes should work properly. Confirm this by checking all the flames to ensure they are solid blue and a few inches tall off the burners.
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