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STLDIYer  
#1 Posted : Thursday, July 20, 2017 3:47:35 PM(UTC)
STLDIYer

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The gas company tested the line pressure in my house and found that my dryer, a Rooer RGX5634KQ2, is not holding pressure.
I did a direct test on the dryer which confirms the leak. I replaced the valve assembly but the leak is still there.
By process of elimination, it seems like the timer must be the problem.
Does anyone know how I can test that, or know of any other possible cause? The connections up to the dryer don't leak, so it must be within the dryer.
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Gene  
#2 Posted : Thursday, July 20, 2017 6:48:16 PM(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: STLDIYer Go to Quoted Post
...I did a direct test on the dryer which confirms the leak...
...it seems like the timer must be the problem...


How did you do the test and what exactly did you find?

No one timer can cause a gas leak.
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