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Are you getting 120 volts to the gas valve assembly when you start the dryer?
Ok, do you hear the gas valve "click" when you start the dryer or put it from air to heat mode?
You don't have to do that to listen for the "click"
STart the dryer in timed dry and move the setting from no heat to heat and tell me if it "clicks".
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Have you checked the flame sensor that detects the ignitor?
It is on the flame chute on the side. It faces the ignitor. It should be between zero and 2 ohms, depending on the resistance of your test meter leads.
If it is bad it will not let the igniter come on.
Ok then it is good. You now need to check to see if you are getting 120 volts AC to the burner assembly when the dryer is running in heat mode. You should hear a click from the gas valve if you are.
Did you hear a click before you replaced the coils?
You have to take the drum out, yes.
You need to to depress the belt switch so the dryer thinks it is still in.
You need to depress the belt switch and turn the dryer on. If you are not getting 120V and your thermal fuse is good, then you may have a bad relay on your main control.
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