Dryer gas burner valve solenoid set. If the dryer does not heat or heats intermittently the coils could be defective. To test, watch the burner and if the igniter glows for a while and then shuts off without the gas igniting, it usually means one of these coils is bad.
Dryer thermal fuse. If the dryer overheats, the thermal fuse blows to cut off power to the dryer. If the thermal fuse has blown, the dryer won't start. The thermal fuse cannot be reset—if the fuse has blown, it must be replaced.
Gas dryer sensor for igniter and flame. The sensor is located across from the gas igniter at the dryer’s burner assembly. This flame sensor should be closed for continuity at room temperature. Check for continuity with a multi-meter before replacing.
Igniter (Bracket is no longer included.) If your old igniter was round you will need to order the bracket in the related parts below.
Dryer heating element. If the dryer does not heat check for a blown thermal fuse or thermal cut out. Heating elements will often have a break in the coil element if defective.
High limit thermostat, L225-40F
Three cycle timer
Timer kit with harness
Heating element kit with thermostat, thermal fuse and wires, 208 volts
Cycling thermostat, 5 terminals
Cyclcing thermostat, L153-15F 4 terminals