MY DRYER DOESN'T BLOW HEAT I'VE REPLACED THE CYCLE THERMOSTAT BUT NOT THE FUSE COULD THAT BE THE PROBLEM OR IS THERE OTHE POSSIBILITIES I SHOULD CONSIDER
ANSWER Dan, There are other possibilities, it could be the thermal fuse 3392519, an open hi limit switch W10423382 or a damaged igniter 279311 or flame switch 338906. You need to remove the 1X1" square plastic panel plug 3394975< start the dryer on a timed dry heating cycle and observe what occurs through the sight opening. There should be a glow from the igniter, a click from the coils, and a flame on the gas burner. you may have to observe the operation and burner cycling off and on foe several cycles. If there is no glow, you may have an igniter or flame sensor issue or an open thermostat or fuse, which won't allow power to the gas valve.
Answered by AppliancePartsPros.com | Monday, January 07, 2013