I have continuity across all thermal safety's and operating thermostat , ignitor and gas valve operate. Flame lights and stays on awhile, then goes out clothes are not dry. Is this a moisture sensor problem.
While the sensor would be a possible issue, you will want to check to make sure that the venting from the blower wheel to the outside of the home is clear and no obstructions as this would cause the moisture to not be able to escape. This will cause the unit to not dry properly.
My dryer heats up the lent is all free its running but the clothes are still damp. It takes longer for it to dryer could it be the sensor cause that fell off.
Answer Hello Karyn,
The only thing that could cause the clothes to not dry is if the exhaust duct is stopped up. You need to check the air output outside to make sure the ducting isn't clogged or crimped off before exiting the home.