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SSG 109 WA coin-op gas dryers  Rating:  Rating
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 Posted: Fri Aug 15th, 2008 02:49 am
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I have a customer that has four (4)  speed queen dryers The complaint was 1 dryer is too hot...I measured all four dryers at the exhaust vents, all average/ nominal temps are 200 deg. (f)  ..The  vents are still attached, duct length apx. 20 feet....these units are stacked (bears to move) ducts are clean/clear. Just rebuilt the duct  systems and the four dryers. New belts, rollers, front glides, some received new t-stats.  one recieved a new orifice, ( not the hot one) vacuumed every piece of lint and sand in every crevace, blower wheel, burner tube, lint chute..........Is this the correct operating temps for these units? How would I make them operate cooler?..... These are  LPG powered, been in the same location for at least 6 years..... units refurbished in april of 2008...

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What's the temperature of the "hot" one with the vent disconnected ?


What Thermostat part number are installed ?


all I could find:

SSG109*A  Installation Operation Inst

Parts Manual


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