Hello,My name is XXXXX XXXXX be helping you today.can you resend the model number with a space in between each number ? it didn't come through.
Model 110 87980100
okay perfect, So I gather you have a volt meter correct ? can you unplug the igniter and run the dryer while testing for 120 volts going to the igniter ?sorry it looks like you already did, was there 120 volts ?
No under 30 volts to the igniter
this is weird but the flame sensor only has one terminal on itbut I don't believe that the flame sensor would stop the igniter from glowing because its not wired through it
that's the problem. I've seen the terminals break off those a lot. check around and I'll bet you find a wire with the other terminal still connected to it,. they all have two terminals. and yes it would keep the igniter from glowing.
Yep there isDefinitely A white write I asSUMED went to the flame sensor but I couldn't see how from the wiring diagram how that would stop the igniter from firing. Can't believe the terminal just broke off. As soon as I get home I'll jumper to confirm, order a new part and give you an A+ rating. Thank you