Not Starting
Whirlpool Gas Dryer

Learn How To Fix A Not  Starting Whirlpool 29 Inch Gas Dryer

In this not starting Whirlpool 29 inch gas dryer page you will find the videos that will show you the parts that you will need to check when your Whirlpool 29 inch gas dryer is not starting. Make sure that you watch the videos a few times until you know how to check & replace the parts. 

Voltage at the wall outlet

The first thing that you will need to check when your Whirlpool 29 inch gas dryer won't start, is the voltage at the wall outlet. You need to make sure that there are about 120 ac volts at the wall outlet. Watch this not starting Whirlpool 29 inch gas dryer a few times before proceeding to do the repair. 

The power cord

If the wall outlet voltage is OK, then you need to check the power cord of your Whirlpool gas dryer.

Taking apart the dryer

One of the first things that you will need to learn how to do properly, is how to take the dryer apart and how to put it back together again properly.

The door switch

The door switch is a safety device that prevent the dryer from starting or running if the door is open. The purpose of the door switch is to stop the dryer motor from running if someone opens the dryer door. After the door is opened you will have to close the door and push on the start button to get the dryer running. A bad door switch could be the cause why your dryer is not starting.

The start switch

The star switch is used to start the dryer running after selecting the cycle that you want to use to dry your clothes. There are 2 types of start switches in the Whirlpool 29 inch gas dryer. Watch this not starting Whirlpool 29 inch gas dryer a few times before proceeding to do the repair. 

The motor

The motor is one of the most important parts in the dryer. If the motor do not run, the dryer is dead and it will not start. The motor in your Whirlpool 29 inch gas dryer have 2 jobs to do. The first job of the motor is to make the dryer drum tumble and the second job is to complete the heating element circuit so the dryer could heat up.

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