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    • Part Number: AP3094138
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My dryer is not heating. What parts do I need to fix this?

James H

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How do I change the dryer ingniter?

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How do I get the front off my Sears Gas Dryer, Model 11077092600 so I can test and if needed, replace the igniter?

James for Model Number 11077092600

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where is the ignitor on my whirlpool gas dryer

Sue for Model Number lgq8100kq1

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Everything works on the dryer...except I am getting no heat...I am uncertain which part might actually be bad....I seen where I should check for the igniter to be glowing, but I do not see it....How do I determine if it is just a bad coil, or something more.

Jeff for Model Number Whirlpool LGQ9858LWO

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How do I change this part, dryer igniter, and wher is it on my unit?

John

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My dryer isn't heating up. I took a chance and replaced the igniter. The igniter is NOT glowing. I ran the dryer while apart and assumed I would see the igniter glow. What should I check next? I see your other posts but just wanted to see if there is something to look at because the igniter isn't glowing.

Jfk for Model Number 110.97281100

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I have a Kenmore Gas dryer and I am not sure why it is not heating up. I have the back off the dryer and only see 3 options to work with. How do I know which is the heating element that is bad?

Guest for Model Number 97220100

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Hi my dryer heats up sometimes but not other times. Today I let it run for 20 min with no clothes in it on what was supposed to be a 40 min high heat cycle. The first 10 min it got hot and I saw the blue flame come on through the front peep hole. But the last 10 min I didn't see the blue flame come on anymore and the dryer got cold. From what I have read, the thermal fuse does not seem to be the problem; otherwise the dryer would not heat up at all if the fuse was bad. I am thinking I need to replace the igniter but please let me know if I am wrong and its something else. Thanks.

Rob for Model Number RGD4340SQ1

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My dryer does put out some heat on occasion but then shuts down and only cold air, this is using the timed cycle; the same thing happens with the automatic cycle, in that mode the dryer will not shut off, My first thought was to replace the igniter until I saw your video about the heat sensor too. The questions I am asking is which one do I replace if not both and does the auto mode only function {shut-off] with either of both of the others are working ,or does the timer have to be replaced also.

Ollie R

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