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Hotpoint NBXR453GVOWW gas dryer won't heat up

Hotpoint gas dryer no heat

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#1 ScottVan

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Posted 12 March 2012 - 04:15 PM

Our Hotpoint 453 gass dryer will not heat up (hence, will not dry our clothes!). Believe the problem has to do with igniter. Igniter is located on the bottom, near front of unit. Only access panel is on the back of unit, behind exhaust tube & other parts; therefore, no access to igniter assembly. Do I have to take the exterior panels, top, etc all apart to get the access I need to the igniter? If, so, how do I take all these other parts off? PLEASE HELP!!!

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Posted 12 March 2012 - 06:56 PM

Raise the top then remove the front panel.





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