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

Part Number: AP3083221
MFG Part Number: 8318281
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 8318281 (AP3083221) replaces W10480542, 905709, AH395034, EA395034, PS395034.

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Hello, My gas dryer stopped working earlier tonight and I have it down to either the gas valve or the flame sensor. When I start it up, the igniter comes on, however either the flame sensor or the valve is making a slight rattling sound. Once the burner tries to ignite, the igniter switches off with the normal click, however no flame. It tries again a minute later, and same thing. As soon as the igniter starts to cycle on, the rattling starts, tries to fire, and then stops when the igniter goes out. Also slightly weird, if I wait about 20 minutes, the burner will fire, run for a few minutes, but when it tries to heat up again during the cycle to heat the drum back up, the same rattle and no fire happens. Wanted to get your thoughts. Thanks, Chris

Chris C for Model Number WGD8300SW1

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My basement flooded just enough to cover my gas. The dryer still comes on and the drum rotates but it will not get hot. I think it may be the solinoids not opening the gas valve.

Andre for Model Number LGT6634DQ0

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My dryer has a vary slight gas smell in the clothes drum after it has been off/closed for a period of time. No leaks were found on any of the external gas connections. I am assuming the gas valve is leaking by. The parts manual shows the valve assembly as Part# 8318281. For a leaking valve, is it always replaced as a complete assembly, or are there replacement valve internals avilable? Thanks for your help!

Joe T for Model Number Whirlpool Duet Gas Dryer - GGW9200LW2

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Hi, My Whirlpool GGW9200LW0 Gas dryer has a leak in the gas valve. I ordered and recieved (quickly I might add) a W10480542 valve from you as a replacement. I have propane at the house and need to convert the dryer over to LP, but the new valve has a metal cover over the hole where part #15, #16, and # 17 go (your parts diagram). The metal cover looks like it might be able to be pryed off like a bottle cap and the brass conversion parts installed. Any ideas? Thanks, Nick

Dominick for Model Number GGW9200LW0

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(background: purchased used dryer - was told it worked - then it sat on my trailer under a tarp for a few weeks until my house closed - the suspension on my trailer isn't great, so I'm sure the dryer bounced around a little in transit) The ignitor glows (and I hear a humming/buzzing while it does), then goes out - I don't get any flame. I have tested the sensors & fuses for continuity. I thought I narrowed it down to the coils - which I have now replaced.. no change. I was able to swap the ignitor & thermal sensor for ones from a friend's similar dryer.. no change. [I wanted to swap the valve as well, but the pipe had a different setup, and I couldn't remove mine (without feeling like something was going to break)] I've vacummed everything inside & out. I even tried running it without the vent attached to rule that out. Is the valve the most likely cause of the issue? Thanks, Peter

Peter B for Model Number 110.7742 2600

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