Yes replaced the whole gas valve assembly. I do smell gas when i removed the old assembly so i am assuming we have gas to the unit. I did have a thunder storm recently that blew out my garage door opener as well.
I did check the thermostat continuity and they look good
so you are saying i have a bad valve assembly? its an original LG part. are you sure thats the issue?
the flame sensor does have continuity, you are saying I need to check the continuity when the igniter is glowing?
I checked the flame sensor and it has continuity, and i confirmed there is gas coming thru to the unit. I definitely smell gas
So at this point your advise is to light a match to check gas pressure? if I have pressure, then change the flame sensor? What about having it die after a thunderstorm, could that of caused an issue in the control board?
okay I will replace the flame sensor. If the flame sensor do not work and I have pressure, what do you suggest next. I do not have any issues with gas pressure in other areas of the house, would I have issues with the laundry line?
Would loosing power affect the gas to my dryer? is it something I need to look within the house? My thermostat was blown out from the thunderstorm as well?
K thanks I will replace the flame sensor
Flame sensor replaced still no flame, I also have gas pressure
Gas valve is a full assembly so not too much installation there but to attach to the frame. What you are saying make sense... is there a way to check the gas valve with a multi meter to verify it is bad?
also do i need to reassemble the whole machine to test? I have the door plugged in and everything connected, but I have the front door set to the side to check if flame is coming. Do i need to reinstall everything? Do you know how to run the diagnostic on the machine?
Yah at a lost here, about to call in a service tech. I have tried everything