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Why would clothes get caught in my dryer & start smelling burnt?

Frigidaire Gallery home clothes dryer - Model FDE847GCSO

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  • sheila_s_wel Feb 17, 2009

    we're not sure if it's with the seal around the inside of the door, but some clothes will get caught and if not noticed right away will get hot and actually burn.

  • sheila_s_wel Feb 18, 2009

    FRIGIDAIRE GALLERY MODEL # FDE847GCSO - clothes can get caught in the drum - between the drum & the front of the dryer.

  • gatrejo Mar 22, 2009

    I have the same problem. My model number is 417.98702892. It says Kenmoore, but I think it was made for Sears.

  • hollyhawk311 Apr 12, 2009

    my clothes too, are coming out with small brown marks where they appear to be getting stuck between the edge of the drum and the front wall of the dryer. the ties and cords on clothes especially get caught and scorched!!

  • Michael Masters
    Michael Masters May 11, 2010

    If you could provide a complete model number and serial, i will be able to assist you with accuracy. The model number you provided isn't correct.

  • Michael Masters
    Michael Masters May 11, 2010

    Hi there, can you elaborate a bit on this issue please?

  • Anonymous Mar 27, 2014

    dryer rips clothing

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There must be problum with the felt change it

Posted on Feb 18, 2009

  • teresagil344 Sep 04, 2010

    The problem is probably the felt guide that is located between the drum and the door front. The felt has several plastic guides that tend to wear out over time, but usually there is a reason for this. In order to replace the felt guide, you will need to take the entire front of the dryer off, remove the old felt and glue on a new one (these are sold in 2 parts- a lower and upper felt). While you have the front off, it is probably wise to check the belt (that has probably worn from the drum being off center). If you are really ambitious, you can lube the bearings that are located behind the drum. Don't wait to long to repair this or you may run into a blower motor issue. Wfhen the drum gets off center, lint tends to build up inside the dryer chasis where the motor is located (this can burn your motor out). Good Luck

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