Appliance Tech - Admin
- Aug 24, 2004
- McMullen Valley, Arizona
Was the dryer pulled out from the wall and Did you have the exhaust vent still off the back of the dryer when the flame cut-off so soon like that?Once the dryer reached 110-120 I heard a "click", the flame went out, and the temps started dropping.
I really don't think its a CCU problem, something is telling the flame to cut off way too early. If the dryer is pulled out from the wall and the exhaust hose is off and no clothes are in the drum, and you have it on TIMED DRY that flame should stay on till it gets about 180 degrees on high heat.
This dryer is on natural gas or propane?