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    • Part Number: AP5589958
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Dryer was working fine then started to get a buzzing noise from the top right rear of the dryer now it wont heat up when running

David J. for Model Number WGD4800XQ0

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I get no heat - checked HSI and it ohmed out at 65 ohms. Checked and don't have voltage to HSI. What do I check next?

Tim for Model Number MGDC200XW - Maytag

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Hi, my dryer starts heating and shuts off after 1 minute after first start, and then starts for 20-30 sec and shuts off during the whole drying cycle as a result it is not drying completely. I changed coils and thermal cut off (two thermostat kit) . but it keep doing the same things. After gas starts burning in about 20-30 second I can hear a loud click noise and flames cut off. Thank you.

Vladimir for Model Number IGD4400SQ0 29" Gas Dryer

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Whirlpool dryer No heat Changed ignitor Doesnt even try to heat

Paul for Model Number lgr8620pg0

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My dryer heats up at first and then quits heating. I replaced two parts thrmst-fix wpl & fuse-thermostat. No change. Put on a AP3132867. No change. It gets hot then quits.

Darrell A. for Model Number lgr6620pto

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My gas dryer wont heat up. I checked the thermal fuses AP3176214 and the Cycling Thermostat AP3131939. The igniter glows but doesn't flame and then the glow goes away, while the dryer continues to run.

Josh for Model Number LGR6636PW1

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I have power to the dryer the light works timer works. Replaced the on off switch it still wont start.

Kevin for Model Number MGD5600TQ0

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I have a gas dryer that will not heat up, what should I check first??

Loger 50 for Model Number wgd5300vwo

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Dryer not heating up change igniter and still no heat. What may next move?

Joe for Model Number lgq9858lg0

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Ok I installed the new igniter and I now get heat (THANKS!), but the dryer doesn't turn off now. There is a small black part on the inside of the back wall of the dryer, I noticed when I had it apart from the other side, there is only one wire connected to it, but there seems to be two terminals. I looked for the other wire but didn't find it. It is mounted behind the lint shoot (looking at it from the back with the back panel off). Is this the temp sensor or the humidity sensor or something? Could that be why it doesn't shut off? I'm very glad it at least works but would be much happier with it functioning fully. Thanks for the help so far. Dan

Dan for Model Number Whirlpool MOD # LGQ957KQ0

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