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Thanks for the question.
does this part have a small plastic window on it.
No. It is a 2" black coil-like piece mounted on a white ceramic-like base out of which come two white wires that end in a plug. The plug is protected by a plastic case and consists of two prongs that are inserted into the female plug. The plastic case has the #033 0602 .
can you spot it on this breakdown.
BUT, what about the purple wire that just hangs there, unplugged, going nowhere? Is it a spare wire, or should it be connected somewhere.
I ask because I have installed the igniter and still it is not lighting up to ignite ther gas. Could it be that I needed to Both install the igniter AND plug that purple wire into someplace.
As I said originally, I have a photo of the area and could send it off via email. I do not seem to be able to attach the photo to this inquiry box.
That wire could go to this part, it would stop the igniter from igniting.
I do not understand your respone. If the wire could go to this part, WHERE/HOW would it be attached/plugged in?
What do you mean by saying it would stop the igniter from igniting? Are you saying it would stop the igniter from igniting unless plugged in? IF SO, BACK TO MY QUESTION ABOVE: WHERE/HOW IT IS ATTACHED/PLUGGED IN?
Again, I can send a photo if that would help.
if that part is just hanging its suppose to hook up to the flame funnel to register the heat from the flame, theres two wires to this part you should see a slot in the funnel where you slide that part in.and screw it on.
You do NOT understand my question.
I HAVE hooked the igniter into the flame funnel. I slid the part in and screw it on.
STILL NO heat.
And SO I am asking about a purple wire sticking out from the taped bunch of wires. Is probably goes somewhere.
That is what I am asking about.
Unless there is another reason why, even tho replacement igniter is in place, the dryer will STILL NOT HEAT.
The Thermo-O-Disc now has only one white wire connected. It is NOT an item on the layout you sent me in one of our original emails.
Does this Therno-O-Disc call for two wires? Is it possible to send me a visual of the part and where it goes, how it is connected.
If it takes two wires, the place where the purple wire goes seems to have broken off.
# XXXXX is the location of that thermo, and it does take the two wires slip it back on that should do the fix .