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    • Part Number: AP2910747
    • MFG Part Number: 338906
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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Once the igniter lights the blower, will the sensor control the heat after the igniter go off?

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Dryer comes on for about 10 seconds then turns off.

Chuck

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Dryer heats up or 5-10 seconds, then the flame turns off. I changed both coils, Hi limit t-stat, and I changed the Igniter about 4 months ago. As soon after the flame turn off I test the Hi limit, there is no continuity, but after it cools down it works. It looks to me the flame is too high and trigging the Hi limit t-stat. How can I control the flame, does the flame sensor have something to do with it.

William for Model Number MDG2300BWW

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Dryer comes on for about 10 - 20 seconds then turns off, what do you think is the problem? Thanks

Ayyad for Model Number maytag MODEL# MDG5806AWW

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How do you check a flame sensor?

Frank L for Model Number WGD9200SQ0

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Ignitor is new but doesnt glow.

Steve for Model Number mgde300vfo

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I put a load in the dryer and it was working I came back a little later and the front display was showing that it had 25 minutes left for drying and the dryer was not running. The display board works but the dryer does not start/spin

Sally for Model Number MDE6700AYW

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Ignitor lights up for about a second then shuts off, then it will reheat about 3-4 minutes later but only for about a second.

Steve for Model Number LDG5916AAE

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Flame does not stay on. I changed the high limit thermostat, flame sensor, gas coils, igniter and no clogs or kinks in vent any suggestions my model is a may tag mgd5500aww.

Joe

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The dryer will ignite and heat up, but it will take minimally two drying cycles to dry the load of clothes. I have tested all sensors and can't get conductivity on the temperature control thermistor. I have not tested the gas valve coils. The radiant flame sensor also tests good. Could I have other issues besides the thermistor? I guess I am not 100% convinced that is my only problem.

C. Claussen for Model Number NDG8805AWW

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