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Gas Burner Valve Assembly

Part Number: AP4457614
MFG Part Number: 5221EL2002A
Made by: LG
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This gas dryer burner valve includes two solenoid coils.

Genuine LG part. See all items in Dryer Burner & Related.

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Part Number 5221EL2002A (AP4457614) replaces 5221EL2004A, 1266848, AH3527449, EA3527449, PS3527449.

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How to Replace Gas Burner Valve Assembly #5221EL2002A

Step by step instructions on how to replace a Gas Burner Valve Assembly #5221EL2002A for Dryer made by Kenmore, LG. 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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When I press the button to turn on the dryer, it works once in a while. The ignitor is orange in color and the blue flame comes for about 30 seconds then goes off. I do here a noise coming from below when the unit is not working. The noise will come on and off every 30 seconds or so. If I play with it long enough the unit does start working. ( turning the unit on and off numerous times) any idea?

Hkalos for Model Number kenmore series 7 mod 110.76732501

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My gas dryer does not generate heat. I took it apart and cleaned all the vents, I couldn't figure out how to test the ignitor or gas valves. I visually inspected the ignitor and it seemed fine. Reassembled, but (no surprise) it's still not heating. I do see an orange glow underneath. Based on other questions/comments, it appears that the glow should turn off after a short while then turn back on. In my dryer's case, it appears to stay on for a long time without shutting off. Would this be the gas valves that need to be replaced, or is there something else I'd need to consider?

Daniel R. for Model Number DLG2526W

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Hi, I have a LG DLG8388WM, the igniter glows orange (never gets white) and the flame burns for 5 seconds then turns off. This repeats every 1 an a half to 2 minutes. I checked the flame sensor, the high limit thermostats and the igniter are all ok. Is it the coils on the gas valve that are going bad? Thank you.

Hchino for Model Number DLG8388WM

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I have a DLG0452w the dryer will shut off within 5 seconds of operation the safety thermostat will open and disrupt power to the gas valve but when I by pass the thermostat the unit will work fine. The thermostat reads ok, I am not sure if the coil of the valve is weak, resistance of the thermostat is ok. The unit has two thermostat high limit and safety thermostat, any advise

George B for Model Number DLG0452W

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Dryer will not heat up. Ignitor glows then stops but I dont hear any gas and I have no flame. Checked thermostat sensors and they have continuity. Is the problem with the coil valve? If it is, do I have to replace the whole valve coil assembly or can I just replace the Coils? Thanks

Michael for Model Number DLG3744W

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Hi, I recently replaced the gas burner valve assembly on my dryer because the dryer would dry inconsistently. When it didn't dry I would get the orange glow for a few seconds, but a blue flame would not follow. The valve was also very loud when trying to open. After replacing the valve assembly, the dryer worked like a champ for a few weeks. The dryer was drying again, better than before, there wasn't a loud noise when the valve was opening - like before, but I did notice a very repetitive clicking sound. I figured this was normal since clothes would dry properly, but now I am not sure. After a few weeks with the new valve assembly, I was back to square one. Orange glow, no blue flame. This time I noticed that it stopped working a day after running the dryer, when the dryer emitted a strong natural gas odor. When I noticed the odor, I peaked at the flame and noticed it was loud and erratic. I stopped using it that day and was hoping it was just a one time occurrence. The next day, however, the dryer stopped drying altogether. It seems like I got a bad gas valve assembly, but I just wanted to make sure it wasn't something else causing the valve assembly to stop working. Thanks.

Charles for Model Number DLG7188WM

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