Just put a ignitor for my ge gas dryer it ignites the gas after 2 min flame goes out
by prmoret 8 years ago
I have a GE gas dryer, DWXR483GB1WW, that when I turn it on it runs for about a minute or two...then the flame goes out. I changed the coils, but still having the same problem. It seems like it needs to cool down before I can get it to light again. Then after a minute the flame goes out.
by tammyjo 8 years ago
my gas dryer will heat one time then wont heat again.is it worth fixing
by GGobblin 8 years ago
LG Gas Dryer Won't even Light - URGENT !Ignitor Glows for maybe 10 seconds and fades, glows again and fades. No gas seems to be released. Cleaned unit, reset thermal breaker.Seems like either the ignitor is not staying on long enough - or it is waiting for gas release that never happens. Never get...
by froggyjewels 8 years ago
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