Question about Frigidaire GLEQ2152ES Electric Dryer
Is your lint trap in the front? If so, there should be two screws on either side of it. Undo those screws to see if it is clogged. I had the same problem with mine. I had to clean it out by hand and then use a vacuum to get down further for the rest. I also had to disconnect the exhaust hose from the back, that can also build up lint in it, clean that out the best you can, check where the hose connects to the wall and to the dryer then clean any lint out that has built up. You should be able to disconnect the hole on the bottom of the dryer. It should be connected by one little screw. You can pull that out once you have removed the screw so that you can reach inside to check for more lint that can be removed. There should also be a small vent on the bottom left hand side, remove that vent and that gives you access to the bottom of the dryer, if you lucky unlike me there won't be too much lint stuck in there. I used one of the air spray cans that you use on a computer to clean all the lint off the motor, that could cause a fire. Once you have cleaned all the lint that you can hook everything back the way that is was and it should be fine. Since it is your lint light that is coming on then that should be your solution. You have a clog somewhere in the areas I told you that needs cleaned. Good luck.
Posted on Oct 23, 2008
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