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    • Part Number: AP5589880
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Our Kenmore 11092822101 Gas Dryer stopped heating. All functions on my dryer appear to work, but it is not generating any heat. On any heat generating cycle, the ignitor never glows, so I checked to see if it is getting any power, and the wires to the ignitor do not appear to be getting any juice. The hi-temp thermostat, ignitor and the flame sensor are closed for continuity, the two prong coil will reads 1,318 ohms (just outside of range), and the three prong coil reads 1,380 ohms across prongs 1&2, and 562 ohms across prongs 1&3. Several of the threads read plural thermostats, so am I missing one? What else do I need to check? Thanks.

Charles for Model Number kenmore 11092822101

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My dryer it work but stopped heating suddenly and I been told to change the timer and the ignitor and I did and still not heating up. What should I do next?

Jamal for Model Number kenmore 11078532700

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The timer operates on "timed dry" just fine. On "Auto Dry", the "timer" does not advance at all. The dryer heats up just fine, and drys the clothes, it just never shuts off in the "Auto Dry" mode. I have changed the sensors and the cycling thermostat, but that had no effect. Checked all wire connections at timer, and door switch works fine. Dryer does not seem to get overly hot, and I do hear the burner kicking on and off, periodically, during the "timed dry" use of the dryer. Checked all vents, vent connections, blower, and blower housings. They were spotless and working fine.

Fred F. for Model Number 110.75962401

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Runs way too hot.

David for Model Number 110.92822101

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Clothes Dryer runs fine and heats but stops prematurely mid cycle. Dryer will turn right back on immediately and clothing can be dried BUT drying now requires that we keep re-starting dryer every time it stops. The dryer seems to have stopped less frequently or maybe not at all with a light load we had just tried. Any advice or feedback? greatly appreciated ...

Grandpa for Model Number whirlpool WGD5300SQ0

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I have replaced the coils, the ignitor and the thermostat on my dryer. After I replaced the coils and the ignitor, I could dry a load of clothes. I would set it on sensor dry and it would partially dry the clothes and then I would have to put it on timed dry to completely dry. I have cleaned all the vents for lint. Where should I go now?

Ron for Model Number KGYS750JQO

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I changed out the back of the electric clothes dryer. The tub had rubbed against the back and worn sharp edges in it. In the process of putting the dryer back together I am at a stand still. I am getting electric power to the dryer at the pig tail. I have power at the motor, but when I try to test the unit to see if I have my connections are correct the dryer will not attempt to run. I had to unplug from the thermostats to change out my part. I have two red wires, 2 purple wires, two blue wires. The red ones will only fit one side of the thermostat so it won't matter about them. The blue and the purple ones are my questions. I have tried to bypass the dryer door switch but thus far it makes no difference.I don't have current to my meter with any one of my choices. I am working on my daughter's dryer so if I don't get hers fixed she will be at my house using my dryer. HELP!

Wes T for Model Number Whirlpool

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The delicate temperture is too hot. The dryer works fine on the perm press setting but temperture does not reduced when dryer is set on delicate. Thanks, Dy

B. Dy for Model Number SGDS800JQ2

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Whirlpool (Estate) GAS Dryer (model #TGDX640EQ0) My Dry won’t heat up enough to dry the closes. (I replaced both my coils just yesterday). I’m suspicious of my Dryer high-limit thermostat. The high-limit thermostat is opening and closing alright (I’ve tested the open /close state with my multi-meter) However the high-limit thermostat seems to be cycling the burner off before the dryer has a chance to warm up. Then it seems to take a long time to cycle back to a close state and ignite the burner again. When I pulled the thermostat out away from the dry (I left it hang outside the heat vent) the burner seems to run as long as I’ll let it. Is it possible for a high-limit thermostat to have issues with the open / close temperatures? Is there a way to test the thermostat for its cycling temperatures? OR; is it possible my burner is burning to hot? What’s up????

Dave for Model Number Whirlpool (Estate) GAS Dryer (model #TGDX640EQ0)

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Dryer will not heat. Normally I hear a loud click when I push the start button then I hear the burner come on. I don't hear any of this but the drum turns. Any idea or suggestions would be greatly appreciated! Thank you.

Jason A for Model Number Kenmore Elite110.75924401

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