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Part Number: AP3094298
MFG Part Number: 279923
Made by: Whirlpool
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Genuine Whirlpool part. Whirlpool brands include Whirlpool, Maytag, KitchenAid, Jenn-Air, Amana, Magic Chef, Admiral, Norge, Roper, and others.
Whirlpool also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore.

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Part Number 279923 (AP3094298) replaces W10500695, 279883, 3398427, 3401775, 3401778, 3401784, 3401787, 3401788, 3401790, 3401791, 694054, 776458, 8281908, 8281911, 8281912, 8281914, 8281915, AH334359, EA334359, PS334359, W10304604.

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The gas Dryer would not dry clothes because the pilot would ignite but the gas would turn on for a moment then turn off. Eventually the gas would not come on at all. Kenneth S. • Columbus, MI • March 24, 2014
Appliance: Model LG68881XSW1

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Model: GGW9250PW3 Type: BADT-NAT-1206006-EL20 I smell gas! I have shut off the gas line to the dryer. The dryer is probably older than 5 years. Does this model have a history showing a likely component to develop a leak?

Bob K. for Model Number GGW9250PW3

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Dryer works fine and timer advances if you use in minutes to dry mode. If you use the regular or permanent press cycles the timer will not advance and clothes do not dryer. Have swapped out the coils and the timer with no luck. At a bit of a loss on this one...

Tim L for Model Number Whirlpool lg7011xsw0

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Dryer stopped heating and diagnosed as gas valve issue. Ordered original part 8318281 replaced by W10480542. Sears sent a box with W10480542 on outside but only labeled part inside was W10304604. Your web site shows the W10304604 as AP5631292 and Mfg number W10500695. What model does this belong on or does it go with Model 110.74982300 and is W10304604 a subpart of W10480542? I have talked with Sears supplier 8 times now and can't get anything in terms of technical information and 3 more boxes of same numbers. Thanks, Bill

Bill Fortner for Model Number 110.74982300, Kenmore Elite

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the dryer fires up on and off for about 10 times but then no longer fires up so the clothes are still damp..i was told that the following part will fix this problem.. what does this Valve do? Item Number: AP3094298 Manufacturer's Number: 279923 Made by Whirlpool Read more: http://www.appliancepartspros.com/Appliance-Parts/whirlpool-valve-item-number-ap3094298.aspx#ixzz1zmJ0Lamy http://www.appliancepartspros.com valve do..

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I purchases a Kenmore gas dryer in 2007. The unit has been problematic from the beginning. I again have no heat. The thermal fuse (AP3132867), cycling thermostat (AP3131939) and high limit thermostat (AP3084674) are all shorted at room temperature as they should be. Upon start up the system tries to light with the igniter, but I get no gas. The problem is definitely the coils. On the three terminal coil I have just over 1380 Ohms between the left and middle pins, but have no conductivity between the middle and right pin. I now have ten sets of dead coils with the same failure mode from one dryer. That means I average about six months on a set of coils. Should I be thinking about replacing the gas valve? My thoughts are that I have a sticky mechanism that requires more current to actuate, and I ultimately burn out the coil.

Donald E for Model Number Kenmore 110.77741600

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Does this gas valve (ap5607457) for maytag dryer mgdc300xw1, need a blocking pin when converting to lp gas from natural, or do you just turn the faceplate on the valve from ng to lp? doug

Doug for Model Number w10304604

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