Hi Jeff, The dryer wasn't heating at all when I first got there. It wouldn't light at all. The flame sensor was dirty enough and on the hi end of the ohm range(I don't remember the exact reading now though) so I replaced the flame sensor. since the coils were the same age and I had the machine apart I replaced those too. They were also slightly out of range, far enough that I didn't want to take the machine apart again if they stopped working midway through a cycle. Once I replaced those parts the dryer fired right up. I watched it cycle twice and walked away. Then I got a call back. The dryer fired up right away so I went outside to check the vent and the vent was clear, it also only has a 3 foot run so not long at all. I wanted to let it run for a while so I took a phone call. By the time the call was over I went back inside and the dryer vent was considerably cooler. I could hear the relay kick on to the igniter but didn't hear it light. I took the front panel off and watched the igniter cycle a few times. I forgot to say I threw my amp meter on the igniter and watched it. It spikes up to almost 4 amps and starts dropping right away. It turns off at about 3.5 amps. I've seen range igniters get week but never a dryer igniter. I couldn't find anything to tell me what normal amp draw should be.