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I have a whirlpool lgr4634eq3 type dryer that wont heat. A

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I have a whirlpool lgr4634eq3 type dryer that won't heat. A few questions 1 - it's an electric dryer and the plug is a 20 amp plug in, is that right? I don't see any connection for 240 so I assume it is.
2 - The heating coil comes on for about ten seconds then goes off this cycle repeats every two minutes or so. Does this indicate that the problem is the coil and not the thermal fuse?

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Do you have it hooked up the gas?

 

 

 

Customer: replied 3 years ago.

no. I see a nozzel but I don't have a gas hook up in the house/garage

Customer: replied 3 years ago.

Is that the case? I have a gas dryer but no gas hook up? (my girlfriend got the dryer). I considered this seeing as how the plug in was 20 amps 110 and not a 220.

Yes you have to hook this up to gas, that is why it is not 220 volt.



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Customer: replied 3 years ago.

how embarrasing! I was so fixated on the electric problem the obvious answer, its a gas dryer flew right over my head. Thanks.

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