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No heat when drying clothes. Where is the fuses on a dryer

I have a electrolux frigidaire. Need to replace fuses. Where are they.

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Hi,
There are two thermal fuses, but if the fuse has gone - there will be another fault Replacing them without sorting the fault will only lead to them going again.

Fuses will blow if -

  1. The fan motor stops working
  2. The vents are blocked
  3. The heating element overheats
  4. There is an electrical fault
These need checking first.

The fuses are usually clipped into a metal frame over the heater coil - which is on the top of the drum.
Disconnect the machine and remove the top cover to see them.
Look for a picture of replacements online so you know what to look for.

Posted on Jan 10, 2009

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