Dryer doesn't get hot at all, I replaced Ignitor,Flame sensor, coil valves, thermal fuse, and thermostat,part #3387134. Have not replaced High Limit thermostat yet. Dryer worked in morning and stop drying when another load of wash was put in. Do not get any heat.
ANSWER Jeff, Yes, install the thermal fuse 3392519 it's the only part of the circuit, you haven't checked or replaced. It's located on the blower housing. When you installed the thermal cut off kit W10480709 you should have installed the hi limit thermostat as well, for safety reasons per the manufacturer. Once you inst5all the parts you should be fine, unless you have a wiring issue or no gas supplied to the dryer.
Answered by AppliancePartsPros.com | Tuesday, March 12, 2013