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    • Part Number: AP2910747
    • MFG Part Number: 338906
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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No heat, coils chatter, igniter heats up first then coils chatter but no flame. What is wrong, is it the flame sensor?

Rich for Model Number MDG5600TQ0

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The gas will not come out. I have replaced the coils (coils chatter). Is this a bad heat sensor?

Richard for Model Number MGD5600TQ0

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How do I know if the flame sensor is bad?

Steve

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Having issues with a gas dryer,just put in new motor and blower. Now have trouble getting fire or burner on, igniter glows for a few seconds, but no heat,also had changed coil pack, thought it might be of help,old pack are still good.getting good reading,

Juan for Model Number glgr341as2

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My dryer takes two cycles to dry clothes. I have cleaned out the vent going outside. The igniter lights and goes on for 6 minutes and then shuts off and does not come back on. I have disconnected the vent and it does the same thing. Is it the flame sensor or gas coils or something else?

Mario for Model Number Whirlpool SGDS800MQ0

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My whirlpool gas dryer Model # lgq8000jq5, takes two complete cycles or settings to dry the cloths. I cleaned the rear, lint trap, and also cleaned the interior of the machine, removed the drum and cleaned the burner and motor. I hope you can help.

Keith for Model Number foresight1@optonline.net

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Drum spins but no voltage going to gas valve solenoids or ignitor. What next?

Mike for Model Number lgr6636pwo

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Dryer did not heat. No glow looking through peep hole provided. Checked all the sensors with an ohmmeter and it suddenly worked for awhile. Then same problem that claim clear after checking sensors with an ohmmeter. Last time instead of using an ohmmeter, I tied a jumper strap across the terminals of the flame sensor first (intended to use that approach with all sensors, so as not to disturb them with the battery from the ohmmeter). Using the jumper gave me the glow I was looking for. Pulling the jumper off ignited the gas. (Of course it started working again without the jumper strap). Am I safe in thinking the problem is with a lack of continuity through the flame sensor that prevents the igniter from glowing?

Dick for Model Number 110.78432700 Kenmore Dryer

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Dryer originally stopped turnin off on one setting only. used another setting then another problem arose. now ignitor lites. stays on about 10 secs then turns off. cleaned thoroughly of lint. replaced the gas valve coils. still no luck.

Nancy for Model Number ltg6234d thintwin washer dryer combo

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Dyer runs but does not ignite. I can see the igniter glow but do not smell gas or have any flame. Should the fuse in the back be normally closed and how do I check the or sensors and such?

Kirby for Model Number Whirlpool gas dryer LGR8648LGO

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