Question about Frigidaire GLGQ2152ES Gas Dryer
I have a Frigidaire GLGQ2152ES, it was working fine until i moved. I reconnected the gas line and plugged it back in. It seems to heat up when running a drying cycle but the cloths are coming out damp/moist. Any suggestions?
You have a vent problem. Eliminate all (if possible) flex duct (replacing with ridged aluminum pipe and aluminum elbows). Clean lint out of remaining vent pipe. Make sure vent is not crushed or obstructed, especially behind the dryer. If possible, make sure outside vent termination is not a two inch opening. (you want a full 4 inches)
Posted on Nov 10, 2008
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