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Instead of order the coil kit (both coils included) you tried to order each coil separate. Just click on the part number or picture I posted and proceed with your order.

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I* got it. Thanks.

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I had problem to reach the Burner Assembly, I have some progress now. I'll keep you posted...

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It was not easy for me to take out the old parts. Anyway, I got them and I am ordering the new parts. Thanks Gene.

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Gene,

I got the parts as suggested. BTW, shipping was amazingly fast.

I replaced the parts. It definitly fixed one of the two problems I had. Thanks for your advice.

problem 1: No heat supply after 10 minutes of running. Again, this problem is fixed.

problem 2: the Timer knob does NOT advance when it is running in "Drying" cycle. When running in Timer cycle (says 60 mins), it works fine. Again,
when running in Drynig cycle, it would run indefinitely and the dryer would get over heat.

Further advice appreciated.

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Default Coil fix worked perfectly. Thanks!

Thanks AppliancePartsPros and contributors for the advice! The coils were exactly the problem why the gas valve wasn't opening and the timer wasn't moving (I would never have guessed). I bought the coil set for my Whirlpool as instructed, which arrived in 2 days, and in less than 20 minutes from start to finish the dryer was back up and running.

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You are welcome. We are glad you were able to fix it.

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Hello, I have had the same problem with my dryer, a whirlpool model LHI5801W0. Do you know what part I need?
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