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Gibson Dryer Won't Heat


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#1 LegallyBland

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Posted 17 May 2005 - 08:31 AM

Gibson stacking washer/dryer combo - Model No. GSG746RFSO.  As the model number probably tells you, it's a gas dryer.  It stopped heating but otherwise functions normally.  The owner's manual suggests checking the fuses but we can't find them (or maybe we don't recognize them).  And what do we do if we find them?  Is there anything else we can do to troubleshoot the dryer?  Thanks, Samurai!!


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Posted 17 May 2005 - 09:06 AM

Not sure about the Frigidaire products, but I would take a look at the igniter first.  There may be a thermo fuse on the vent housing like the Whirlpool dryers also. This would cut power to the heat if the house vent was restricted.  Someone in here that works on these can tell you if it has a fuse and where it is located.  Have a nice day, Pegi
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