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Reading all other post on this fine dryer with similar questions "spin but no heat"  In normal mode I do not have power to the blower, centrifugal switch....  all other components ohm out at right levels..  

I have not seen this question... when I put the dryer in diag mode it works fine...  Looking at tech sheet and the limited info on teh control board, I am trying to figure out what the heck is by-passed in diag mode...  thoughts suggestions...  beside buy simple...

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any Error Codes ?

GGW9250PW0 Tech Sheets

 



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No error codes.



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joetry wrote:   ... I do not have power to the blower, centrifugal switch.... 

 Blower  ??   ... mechanically driven by Drum Motor

Centrifufal Switch ... closes when Drum Motor is turning ..



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Ok.. now I am confused... Replaced the controller board.. have fire but no motor... put old board back in an have fire no spin...  



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joetry wrote: .. have fire but no motor... put old board back in an have fire no spin...  

same thing ?

shouldn't have fire without Motor Spin (Motor Centrifugal Switch)



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Are you suggesting the centrifugal switch?  I agree no spin no fire...  When I first try to start it I get belt error.. because belt is off.. I left the belt arm up, here it click and ignitor starts no spin...  feel like I have walked into the swamp and the alligators are swarming...




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any thoughts on testing the certrigfigual switch...



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Ohm the Switch (as shown in the Wiring Diagram) while the Dryer is not running



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ohm the thermistor from the board. should be around 10k at room temp



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OK.. all individual components appear to ohm out correct... I am thinking short somewhere...going deeper in the swamp.. gonna hunt and peck until I find the darn thing... any suggestions as where to start...



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OK.. all individual components appear to ohm out correct... I am thinking short somewhere...going deeper in the swamp.. gonna hunt and peck until I find the darn thing... any suggestions as where to start...



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if there is only one bad component and you have 240 at the terminal block then the bad part is the one with 240 across it when running and set to heat. if the 240 is at the heater relay on the board then the board is bad or its getting a bad reading from the thermistor



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Thanks... I'll give it a look... But a bad reading/thermistor would block ignition and not impact motor operation. Or are you thinking that bad heater relay --> allows fire even without motor spinning.. I appreciate your help and suggestions...

Note: new control board and old board are now doing the same... no spin but fire.. original problem was spin but no fire... unless of course I was running in diag mode...than it worked fine...



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RegUS_PatOff wrote: ... shouldn't have fire without Motor Spin (Motor Centrifugal Switch) ..



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Tried with second motor/switch...   same problem...



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Grounded element?



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joetry wrote: Tried with second motor/switch...   same problem...

Then the Black Wire from the Motor Centrifugal Switch to the Ignitor, MOV, or Gas Valve Coils, is shorted to ground ...

(Gas Dryer) :)



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I will test out tomorrow am.... just too darn tired to try anything else... again I appreciate all the guidance and direction...



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