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Igniter Assembly

Part Number: AP2042786
MFG Part Number: WE4X739
Made by: GE
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Genuine GE part. GE brands include General Electric, Hotpoint, RCA, and others. See all items in Dryer Igniter.
GE also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore.

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Part Number WE4X739 (AP2042786) replaces 1847, AH268186, EA268186, PS268186, WE04X0739, WE04X10128.

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Gas dryer had no heat Michael P. • Flagstaff, AZ • June 13, 2014

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How to Replace Igniter Assembly #WE4X739

Step by step instructions on how to replace a Igniter Assembly #WE4X739 for Dryer made by GE. Note: This video is intended to give you the general idea of the part replacement procedure. Your appliance may differ depending on the manufacturer and model.


 

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Today I replaced the Igniter, it looks bad and has zero ohms. I also replaced the coils, old 2 prong coil 1259 ohms, old 3 prong coil 575 ohms Dryer is 19 years old, I believe, so I am cool with what I have replaced. Problem is, no heat. I spoke to Matt at AppliancePartPros today. He thought there would be a thermo fuse, but there is none listed in the schematic and suggested I check the 3 thermostats. I did now and all have 0.7 ohms, which I think means they are OK at room temperature. I just found a part that is not on the schematic here at your website. It appears to be a fuse: Thermo-O-Disc name on brown plastic box, which attaches to the exhaust pipe via an aluminum bracket. Has a printed number on the side 43803 L9535. Bracket has 10RS 5.75A/120VAC 60HZ on it. Do you have this part? Is it the remaining issue?

Todd for Model Number DBXR453GT0WW

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"Dryer runs, no heat"- My dryer has a viewer hole located at the front underside to check the function of the ingnitor and flame with a mirror. I see an orange glow which lasts 5 seconds every 30 seconds. I do not hear a flame igniting. Hope this helps to diagnose.

Oscar for Model Number GE Profile DPSE810GG1WT

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Trying to troubleshoot the "dryer runs, no heat" issue. Replaced the ignitor, but that wasn't it. The Troubleshoot section of the Owner's Manual says to check two fuses. Where are these fuses located? Are they located in the dryer unit itself? Thanks.

Oscar for Model Number GE Profile DPSE810GG1WT

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Heat shuts off about half way through cycle. Clothes still damp.

Mark for Model Number GE dbl333gb2ww

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How long should the coil glow orange? The coil on my dryer glows orange for about 5 seconds and does not ignite when I have the side panel off. When it is on hot air comes out but then turns mild shortly after.

Tyler for Model Number dcvh680gj1ww

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Our GE Adora dryer sensor dry setting stopped working a year ago but if we used the time dry it worked fine until a few weeks ago. While in the sensor mode it ignites and it will heat up for a few seconds and then the dryer stops. If you use the time mode it only occasionally will heat up. Curious if it's the igniter, coil, fuse, thermal fuse?

Brian for Model Number DHDVH52GF1WW

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