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Valve, Gas

Part Number: AP2043480
MFG Part Number: WE14X215
Made by: GE
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Genuine GE part. GE brands include General Electric, Hotpoint, RCA, and others. See all items in Dryer Burner & Related.
GE also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore.

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Part Number WE14X215 (AP2043480) replaces WE14X214, 275356, AH266093, EA266093, PS266093, WE04X0708, WE04X0709, WE14X0171, WE14X0214, WE14X0215, WE14X171, WE4X708, WE4X709.

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How to Replace Valve, Gas #WE14X215

Step by step instructions on how to replace a Valve, Gas #WE14X215 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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My dryer is 20 years old, has never been serviced and recently started taking longer to dry until it finally stopped heating. I took it apart. The igniter measured 180 ohms which is the the range but looks pretty bad, almost white in the middle of the coil and dark gray at the ends. Also, check both coils and they measured correctly at about 1300, 1400 and 500 ohms. Is there away to check the valve? Could it still be the igniter that opens up when it heats up? Any other ideas? Thanks.

Luis for Model Number DDG7289RCLWW


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For the past month, the gas dryer makes a high pitched whistling sound, but only when the dryer is heating. It almost sounds like a dog whistle. The noise goes away when I turn off the gas to the dryer. I'm not sure which part to repair. I've heard people say this may be a faulty gas regulator. Have you heard of this issue before? If so, which part do you recommend I repair? Also, thank you for the videos...very informative!

Rick for Model Number GE DWSR405GB1WW


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Does the gas valve come with the 2 coils installed?

Phil for Model Number GE# DDG7580GCLWH


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Dryer stopped working. Will occasionally ignite and run for 2-3 minutes then all future attempts to light are accompanied by terrible rattling sound coming from the gas valve. It seems to me that the solenoids are attempting to open but are not. My diagnosis is that it is time to replace the gas valve assembly. Would you concur? Thanks in advance for your consideration.

Scott for Model Number dsxr453gv1ww


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Hello, We have had this dryer for 12 years, seems that over time we have been getting more and more of a propane smell from the dryer. This occurs when The propane tank is getting low on propane And after the dryer has shut off. as I said, it seem to getting getting worse over time.... my thoughts are the valve is getting tired and not sealing as it should. Anyone have any thoughts Thanks

Robert for Model Number dpsr405GA2ww>>>> using propane


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Hi, this is my 3rd question, trying to properly diagnose a problem with my dryer--please see my history for better explanation (you first answered me on 11/23) Here is the latest reply: Hi Bill. The Glo-Bar is heating and the booster and safety coils both being energized have opened the safety valve. The main valve is closed, as its coil is bypassed by the N.C. flame detector. When the Glo-Bar reaches ignition temperature, approximately 60 seconds or less, the flame detector is heated and opens. This places the main coil in series with the Glo-Bar. The main valve opens and combustion occurs. The main coil now in series with the Glo-Bar causes the Glo-Bar to cool down. However,the flame detector is held open by radiant heat from the gas flame. The booster coil is now also in series with the main coil and is essentially inoperative. Should a momentary power failure occur. The gas valve will shut off, and an attempt to restart will not occur until the flame detector cools and resets, approximately 30 seconds. You will need to replace the gas valve part # AP2043480. Thank You. Read more: http://www.appliancepartspros.com/questions-for-GE-Valve--gas-AP2043480-qid34022.aspx##ixzz1gYyfbGRx http://www.appliancepartspros.com This reply is helpful in explaining the theory of operation, but the suggestion to replace the gas valve doesn't help--I already bought a gas valve from you and installed it, with the same result. Now I have also replaced the flame detector, but the symptoms are exactly the same--somehow the gas valve electrically reopens for a few seconds after shutting down at the end of burn cycle, causing raw gas to flow. I metered across the flame detector and found that it goes open for that short time, which is why I replaced it. The gas valve was my first suspicion, but as I said I replaced it and still have the same problem. What other component can cause the valve to re-energize after a burn cycle? Thanks again, Bill

Bill for Model Number GE gas dryer, Model# DPSB620GC3WW


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