Question about Frigidaire GLER331A Electric Dryer
I recently moved to a condo and discovered that the existing dryer hook-up is a 3 prong plug. So i swapped out my dryer's 4 prong cable for a 3 prong cable. I took care to hook it up correctly per the instructions. I made sure to ground the dryer frame to the center post ETC... I went to use it and the top right back corner and the backside of the dryer get extremely hot and... the clothes take for ever to dry. FYI. Could something have happened during the move?... could I have hooked up the new power cable incorrectly? any suggestions? thanks
If you didn't install new venting I'd start by checking the vent hose from the back of the dryer to the outside vent hood to make sure there is no blocked airflow. Could be something else but that is where I'd look first. Good Luck.
Posted on Jan 15, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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