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  1. Samurai Appliance Repair Man

    Gas Dryer Ignition Systems Webinar Recording

    We went on a journey of wonder and discovery in last night's webinar and demystified those vexing gas dryer ignition systems. We learned how the two-stage gas valve works; how it is controlled by those three valve coils, a radiant sensor, and ignitor. We also learned what a "split coil" is and how it works. We also had an encounter with technical gremlins that attempted to thwart the Appliantological gospel but they were quickly slain. The recording also includes a good roll of the video I tried to play during the webinar. After a little TLC from the Nads o' Samurai (my two sons) who edited the recordings and came up with this Final Cut edition, Professional Appliantologist members and Master Samurai Tech Academy students who couldn't join us last night for the live webinar can share in the adventure at their convenience. Professional Appliantologist members may watch the webinar recording here. Master Samurai Tech Academy students may watch here.
  2. File Name: Whirlpool Gas Freestanding Ranges with Direct Spark Ignition (DSI) Control Service Pointer: Spark but no Ignition File Submitter: Samurai Appliance Repair Man File Submitted: 25 Oct 2013 File Category: Appliance Repair Manual Pot Luck Supper Gas Freestanding Ranges with Direct Spark Ignition (DSI) Control All Code Dates Concern: Under certain circumstances the Bake burner may not ignite. Sparking is taking place but flame is not established. Cause: • Wiring harness may be pinched at a location between the Bake/Broil igniters and DSI Board. • DSI Board mounting bracket may be contacting a solder joint on back of the board. • Positioning of Igniter and gas burner igniter ports may be out of adjustment. • Igniter (Electrode) deterioration Technical Service Pointer #: W10622771 Release Date: October, 2013 Click here to download this file
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    Gas Freestanding Ranges with Direct Spark Ignition (DSI) Control All Code Dates Concern: Under certain circumstances the Bake burner may not ignite. Sparking is taking place but flame is not established. Cause: • Wiring harness may be pinched at a location between the Bake/Broil igniters and DSI Board. • DSI Board mounting bracket may be contacting a solder joint on back of the board. • Positioning of Igniter and gas burner igniter ports may be out of adjustment. • Igniter (Electrode) deterioration Technical Service Pointer #: W10622771 Release Date: October, 2013
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