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I've lost the heat on my gas dryer. It will tumble, just no heat. Think it's maybe the ignitor?

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Old 07-30-2009, 09:19 AM
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I've lost the heat on my gas dryer. It will tumble, just no heat. Think it's maybe the ignitor?

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In order to provide most accurate advice we need the complete model number of the dryer.

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It's a GE Profile Dryer.
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There are a few parts in the heating circuit which you have to check for continuity. They are: igniter (#717 on the diagram), high limit thermostat (#505 on the diagram), thermostat (#530 on the diagram), heat detector (#552 on the diagram) and gas valve coils (#729 & #731 on the diagram).

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