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Roper gas dryer not heating

I have a roper gas dryer that is not heating up . the thermal fuse is good and the glow plug lights but i cant see if the whole thig lights up . the dryer really squeeks bad . I would like to oil or grease it and replace the glow plug , how do i open it up and do you think its the glow plug

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  • bano Sep 13, 2007

    big help , that you , it was the coils

  • dave1234 Jan 03, 2008

    gasnot coming on

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The glow plug (ignitor)must draw 3 amps or more to function properly if its ok check the flame sensor for continuity located on the side of the burner housing and if its ok then the gas coils on the top of the gas valve are faulty let me know if this helps

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There are three main culprits that could be your problem: Unplug your dryer and first, check the thermal fuse located on the blower assembly. It's about an inch long, white plastic piece that has two terminals sticking up. Disconnect one of the leads to it and use an ohmeter to check continuity. It should read a short if it's good. If that's not it, hook the lead back up that you took off to test the thermal fuse, plug your dryer back into the outlet and turn on your dryer and watch your glow bar. It should glow brightly. If it doesn't, then replace the glow bar. If it does glow brightly, but you still aren't getting any flame, replace the gas valve coils. If, that doesn't do it, then the final most likely culprit is the flame sensor (also called a "radiant sensor").

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Hello, If your igniter is glowing does not mean it's good, Take a look at it while it is glowing..Is it orange in color..Uneven glow? then it's bad...the igniter needs to be pulling 3.5 amps in order for a) the gas valve to open B) gas to ignite once gas valve opens. The glow should be a brillient yellow that you find hard to look at. If the igniter is bad the only other possibilty is the flame sensor. It is the gadget hooked to the side of the tube where the flame is. Using an ohms meter disconnect the 2 wires from the terminals and check for condinuity..If you have no reading (condinuity) you should replace it. Good Luck!!! If you have any other questions or concerns please feel free to comment again. Mike
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The first thing I would check is the thermal fuse (#6 on the bulkhead parts break down diagram). Replace if it's open.
Also, the manufacturer recommended to replace the cycling thermostat (#8 on the bulkhead parts break down diagram) too if the thermal fuse is open.

- The part number for the thermal fuse AP3132867

- The part number for the cycling thermostat AP3131939


- Here are the break down diagrams for the Roper dryer Model RGX4634KQ2

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