My gas dryer wouldn't ignite, igniter wouldn't even glow, even though the drum would turn. Checked the thermal fuse and it was blown, so I replaced it, yet there wasn't any obstruction anywhere. Started up the dryer and igniter glowed now but no gas came out so I tapped on the coil/valve a few times and the burner lit. I sat there watching and after a while it seemed the burner had been on a while so I again tapped on the coils and the burner went out immediately. Now, I can't get the gas to turn on except for a half a second and only if I tap on the coils when I see the igniter glowing.
I'm thinking that the coils that I replaced 6 months ago went bad again, are now sticky and this forced the burner to stay on too long and that blew the thermal fuse. Anybody concur or think differently?
Thanks in advance, Craig
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