He already does....I fixed his dryer 9 years ago
. That seemed to be a simple fix though as when I took stuff apart, I found this coil looking thing(porcelain) shattered so I figured that it had to be it hahaha. Quick cheap $20 fix. His father told him then to marry me...and so he did. Tinkering with mechanics is a hobbie so I enjoy the challenge.
Thanks for the informative read. From what that says, I should replace the coils first as there is no real way to test them. I unfortunately don't have a voltage meter so I would have to purchase that in order to proceed with testing the igniter and continuity. Maybe I should ask Santa for one...he did bring my miter saw last Christmas so who knows.
How do I get the coils off? I'm only looking in from the front so can I access through the back. Are there any special tools I need? Where can I go to get parts? Thanks for your help