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Hi – I really appreciate your videos.

I have the issue captioned above and it is just like the problem experienced in your video:

I have checked belt slippage/alignment and the belt switch (as was the problem above) and they both appear fine.

Any suggestions on what I should do next? BTW, I don’t have a multimeter so testing and diagnostics are as not easy as they could be.

  • Bret asked 10 years ago
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igniter working, flame working then going out after few minutes. put in new coils, still same problem! is there a way to check the valve itself? or could it be the heat sensor? thanks
what would next step be? thanks

  • Stanya asked 10 years ago
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Good day My Name is Roland. We are working on a dryer LG and need some help.
The unit will not heat well, we change the gas valve, the pilot valve comes on, but will not start full heat. The drum still rotates and we are getting no error codes. Do you have access to a wiring diagram for this unit or suggestions as to what is going on. Your help is appreciated.
Roland

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I have examined the heating element of this Samsung dryer; but it did not appear broken. The coils were a bit black in some places but nothing broken. The inside of the dryer was filthy with lint … on the motor, in the heating element, and clogged in the lint exhaust hose. The tub spins and it has power. Is this low heat condition and indication that the heating element is going out or is there a problem with a thermostat not working correctly? What would cause a low heat condition in the dryer?

Thanks-

Fred / Lubbock, TX.

  • Fred asked 10 years ago
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Gas dryer igniter will glow for about 8-10 seconds the click and will not light. Could not find anywhere what the resistance should be on the igniter. Any suggestions on what else could cause this?

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I have a customer that wants me to convert his LG dryer to LP. It is an LG model # DLG3171. I typed this number into your model # guide, with no results. I checked PartsPro website and that number came up. So I know that it is a good number. Do you have a video for this model # or something close to it showing how to take it apart? And 2, how long should a job like this take?
Thank you
Bob

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Machine is 27 years old but has run fine until now. I’ve replaced the coils and checked for continuity on high end thermostat and the cycling thermostat. Blower is working fine and we do not have a vent obstruction. Dryer starts normally, igniter heats up and flame runs about 8 seconds. Igniter cycles intermitantly but with the same short burn time. Timer does not advance in dry cycles but does work in “less dry” period at the end of a cycle. I’m thinking the burner shutting off prematurely is causing the timer not to advance, but I’m at a loss as to why that is.

  • fred mayo asked 10 years ago
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HOW TO BREAK DOWN TO REPLACE IDLER

  • Guest asked 8 years ago
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The led indicator lights on my GE dryer are not working.

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I haven’t been on the call yet but I have an LG dryer that has a burning smell once it starts up

  • Guest asked 7 years ago
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do you have a video on this dryer. 220 elec.
runs but no heat

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Have unplugged unit for long periods 2 hours or more trying to reset any faults , see no faults , plugged back in this last time and lock out light came on . cannot clear it with end of cycle button , and will not let any buttons work . Display blank.
First few times I could unplug for about an hour and re connect and it would come on and dry to end of cycle . But while drying you could not pause or cancel drying. opening door would stop it however.
Is it interface board or control board ?
Thanks ;
Steve

  • Steve Smallwood asked 10 years ago
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the board lights up
i can select the option i want and when i press start nothing happens i see it trying to move to the cycle but nothing happens.
i did check the door switch and thermal fuse and all is good.
can it be the board?

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It starts up it glows then I get a hum from the gas valve but no gas comes out I put brand-new solenoids on it and I get the same symptom the gas valve just hums and then it stops humming it glows again and then it hums again every time it glows it hums

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Would like to know how to open the dryer to replace the rollers.

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I have a kenmore elite HE4 that will run for a while until it get very hot and cuts off. I have checked the thermo cutoff fuse, the heating element, thermostat high limit, and thermo cut off per your videos. Everything shows continuity with the meter. I have noticed that the heating element does not cycle on and off per your video. For what it is worth, it does not look like the entire heating coil itself is red either. There is an inch or two of it that does not look red to me. Is it possible there is an issue with the heating element that I am missing.

  • Brett Davis asked 10 years ago
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I have a Kenmore 79691172210 Dryer. The heat is not staying on for more than 10 seconds. The igniter turns bright red then the flames come up. It stay on for 8 seconds then the igniter slowly fades and then turns off completely. The barrel still spins. 30-45 seconds later, the flame comes on again and it cycles off again. Can anyone confirm that these are symptoms of a bad gas coil?

After much research, I found it to be the gas coils but for this specific model, I can’t get just the coil and need the whole gas assembly?!?! What gives? A $20 part is bad but I need to pay $130 for the assembly?!

Thank you experts!

  • Den asked 10 years ago
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LINT BUILD UP LIGHT FLASHING ON THE CONTROL PANEL SCREEN BUT NO LINT ON THE LINT TRAP.

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The belt may slip, The drum will not turn.

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it is an electric dryer.
the drum turns but will not heat

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SAMSUNG

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On this model we have a problem where sensor dry doesn’t stop, clothing is hot, doesn’t shut off and does not go into cool down.

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I’ve placed a load of laundry in our GE dryer, selected a setting and when I push the ‘start’ button, the digital display shows a flashing light next to the ‘Sensor’ panel and dryer doesn’t engage.

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Not very knowledgeable on these yet and am wondering if it’s a bearing like many other brands? Has a slight rubbing noise as well, am thinking it may be more than one thing but not sure. Any help would be great.

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I seem to be missing something because the coils, igniter, thermostat, and fuse are all fine. What else is there that might have failed? Need this working.

  • Evan B asked 10 years ago
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dryer not heating , changed thermal fuse DC47-00016A worked hour later customer called no working agian .

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I have a code 09 when I run the diagnostics from the panel. My dryer will beep 3 three times when after pressing power and then pressing the start button. The drum light is not lit but tested good. I’m thinking it’s the door switch, correct?

Thank you!

  • Terry Bentley asked 10 years ago
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Last night, out dryer got extremely hot but wasn’t spinning. It literally took about 2 hours for the dryer to cool off, and by that I mean the door and everything. When I plug it in, you can hear the heating element(maybe?) making a soft buzz and it heats up bu the motor isn’t working.

  • David asked 10 years ago
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My customer had an electrician look at her dryer. I’m guessing that he did a continuity test. And removed the “part” that sits on the side of the exhaust line. And he never came back to fix it. Well, that’s the story that I was told.
There are two wires and a little hole in the can that is about half way in back of the exhaust line. I checked out several websites, and I didn’t find a hole or a part that goes in the middle of the exhaust line. One person said that it is the drum outlet bias thermostat. But it looks like it’s located at the front of the dryer.
If you can shed any light on the subject I would greatly appreciate it. If I order that $64.00 part and it’s not the right part. Besides being stupid, I’d look stupid.
Thanks?

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So my dryer was making noises and it was the top stabilizer so I changed it I put it back together and now everytime I start it it will shut down exactly 1.5 minutes everytime I can start it right after again and it dose it again right on 1.5 I can even time it haha so my qustion is what its my problem oh and I can run it on fluff moad for as long as it can go and it wont shut off thanks for your time

  • makita asked 10 years ago
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