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 Posted: Sun Nov 21st, 2010 03:50 am
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Gas Valve Coils get sluggish when warm and can't open the Gas Valve.

 



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Last update for the night, I promise.

I went to check the dryer and the flame was on (even after all the info I posted above). However, it never stayed on and the igniter continued to do what I posted above. I guess the flame decides to light randomly whenever it feels like it.......

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is this normal, for the coils to be sluggish when warm?

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very common



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What I mean is that, should I replace them because they are sluggish?

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yes

 



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cement_skis wrote: What I mean is that, should I replace them because they are sluggish?
they could be ..

but for 20 bucks.. ir's worth a shot

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Alright, I ordered the parts this morning. When they get here and I change them out, Ill let you guys know how it worked out. : )

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please do, posts showing success are a great help for other users with similar problems

 



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Absolutely! Ive seen a couple posts on here that could have been some help had people followed up.

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