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Old 09-25-2012, 05:14 PM
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help please can't figure out whats wrong with this dryer. replaced igniter and still no glow on igniter !!!

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Please provide the model number of the dryer.

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model # agd4475tq0 also tried jumpimg thermo fuse
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You need to check the flame sensor, hi-limit, cut-off thermal fuse.
Most likely it's the flame sensor. You can try to jump it and if the ignitor start glowing - replace the flame sensor.

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You need to check the flame sensor, hi-limit, cut-off thermal fuse.
Most likely it's the flame sensor. You can try to jump it and if the ignitor start glowing - replace the flame sensor.

Part number: 338906

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tried jumping all of them and nothing but also found oange wire off timer and ark mark non side of timer where it was lying put it back on first then tried jumping sensors and still no glow
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Most likely it's the bad timer. To check set the timer to time dry and jump BK-R and TM-WB. Flame comes on - replace the timer Part number: 8299764

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Most likely it's the bad timer. To check set the timer to time dry and jump BK-R and TM-WB. Flame comes on - replace the timer Part number: 8299764

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tried jumping it and still thing but timer feels like there no resistance as you turn it also tried jumping other sensor while timer is jumped any other ideas please and thank you.
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Hi.

You never mentioned checking the thermal fuse

Part number: 3392519

Part number: 3392519


and cycling thermostat Part number: 3387134

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If all fuses and thermostats and new ignitor have continuity - replace the timer.

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You never mentioned checking the thermal fuse

Part number: 3392519

Part number: 3392519


and cycling thermostat Part number: 3387134

Part number: 3387134


If all fuses and thermostats and new ignitor have continuity - replace the timer.

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replace timer and jumped thermal fuse and all other sensors and still no glow now i don't know where to go or try
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The motor contacts 5M and 6M must be closed when it's running.
If the contacts are open you should replace the motor.

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