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Autocycle doesn't stop

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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  • Mary Bell Feb 25, 2007

    Thanks Gendos. We swtched out the orifice and the flame was still low and it didn't fix the problem. Then we switched out the 4 prong t-stat and that didn't fix the problem either. It is still not heating up enough to get the clothes dry or to make the auto cycle advance. We had already cleaned out any lint that was hanging around and all the exhaust lines are open.

    Any other suggestions before we give up??

  • Mary Bell Mar 04, 2007

    Thanks for all your help. We disconnected the hose from the dryer as you suggested, but it didn't make any difference.
    Any more ideas??

  • Mary Bell Mar 24, 2007

    Hi Gendos,
    We disconnected the vent hose from the dryer and ran the dryer. The air temp from the dryer vent outlet is 80 degrees. Thanks again for all your help!!



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