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Valve, 60 Hz. (includes Pipe & Illus. NO.7)

Part Number: AP3081145
MFG Part Number: 8318277
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 8318277 (AP3081145) replaces W10337269, 904592, AH395033, EA395033, PS395033.

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I hear a buzzing noise while the burner attempts to heat. Checked thermostats and high limit switches and all good. tested resistance on solenoids and they were good, but purchased replacement anyways. when I got new ones they show same resistance as existing. Under the solenoids I see a sleeve that is removable on the one with three prongs. none on the other. is this right? I got the burner to pop on for just a second one time only so I know I have gas to the valve. I am thinking the valve is stuck on the primary gate. If I pull off the cover at the end of the valve I can see the gate is closed except for a crack. that did not seam right either. DO I need to replace the valve?

Tom for Model Number 11072832000

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My maytag dryer was not in use for about a year then I moved hooked up my dryer the drum spins but I doesn't get hot and after running for a min the drum fills with a strong gas oder I opened the peek hole and when the dryer is turned on it does glow orange but the pilot never lites

April for Model Number mgd5600tq0

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Followup on previous question WRT conversion to LP ggas: Rcv'd. my new gas valve W10304604. On-line research indicates this is the a model valve replacing the W10337269 that I ordered. I also found info indicating that converting the new valve to LPG is easier than the older style. The center round cover can be rotated with suitable pliers or spanner to align the LPG designation with the hash mark on the edge of outer cover. Although I have been unable to identify an LP conversion kit p/n for the new style valve, it appears that the original style LP gas orifice # 54 from a # 49572 conversion kit can be used. I plan to pull the old orifice and see if the threads fit the new valve. Can you confirm that this proceedure is correct, and/or I.D. the conversion kit p/n for the orifice? Mahalo, Dave

David in Volcano, Hi for Model Number 11079522800

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Dryer has a buzzing noise constantly when the burner flame is on , i disconnected the end of cycle buzzer to check if it was the problem, and it did not solve the problem. At this point i suspect that the valve secondary solenoid is defective and is making the 60hz noise. Please advise if to replace the coil or the valve assembly

Andres T for Model Number whirpool dryer mod WGD5700 VWO

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Checked all thermal fuse, igniter, temperature controllers, flame sensor, etc. All working perfectly. First thing in the morning and gas valve coils are cold, when dryer calls for heat -> igniter glows bright orange, flame sensor allows coils to open and gas flows, ignites, heat -> perfect. Gas cycles off when upper setpoint temperature is reached. Works like this for 3 or 4 cycles. But then no more gas/flame. Igniter and everything else working exactly the same. I can hear the click and feel the slight buzzing as the coils are energized, but no gas makes it thru the valve. Coils slightly warm to touch. I.e. after dryer is run for a while, no more gas but it's trying! Checked DC resistance of coils, and it falls right inline with the numbers you've posted, so the coils can't be bad can they? Knowing how those coils are designed/made, I can't imagine they degrade over time. My theory: the gas valve is slightly sticky/gummy and when the coils heat up they don't generate quite enough field to open the valve. In other words I should replace the $90 valve instead of just the $15 coils. Am trying to take the least expensive path, and would love some advice how to proceed. PS: I love you guys, and continue to be a loyal customer. Between your videos and these Q&A postings, you've saved me HUNDREDS in repair bills. I am becoming more and more comfortable fixing these appliances myself thanks to your awesome site, service, prices and fast delivery. I've tried to show some love by writing positive reviews on resellerratings.com. Thanks again!

J.beebo for Model Number LGQ9508LW0

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The dryer flame is low. I checked all of the sensors with an ohm meter.

Joe O. for Model Number 11079522800

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