• The gas valve coils (there are two: a main and a booster) are under this bracket.
  • This plug gets changed, too. Included in the conversion kit. It just unscrews and then you use the one supplied in the kit.

The Valve Coils on a Gas Valve in a Dryer

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  1. harlink 69 months ago | reply

    i have a dryer ,combo washer with parts that look almost like this(White Kenmore 27 in. Super Capacity Laundry Center with Gas Dryer) i would like to convert it back to natural gas but i didnt convert it and dont know exactly what needs to be done any pointers would be greatly appreciated! i do have it apart i would assume i need to buy something...Thanks hope to hear from you

  2. Zenzoidman 69 months ago | reply

    See this page for lots of detailed help on converting a gas dryer: fixitnow.com/wp/2009/03/13/converting-a-gas-dryer-from-na...

  3. harlink 69 months ago | reply

    Thanks for getting back to me, after hrs of searching and reading
    i come up with...remember i"m just trying to convert back from LP
    first drill the orfice hole to 1/6 th hole does this sound correct?

    second cut off the spring loaded plastic probe and re install the leak limit cap does this sound correct?
    am i in the ball park? lol
    ps. it does appear to be the original regulator.
    Thanks hope to hear from you!

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