Question about Dryers
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
aye, see if you can enter the diagnosis mode. What we are looking for is the F-02 code. This will flash when there is a stuck button or user interface problem and only displayed in the test mode. With the unit plugged in and all indicator lights off, select any button except stop. Press for 3 seconds, release for 3 seconds, press for 3 seconds, release for 3 secnds and press for 3 seconds. If you did it right 88 should appear. Press the same button again and if there is a error, it should show up. If no error code shows, open the consol and check the p-5 connector. This will be the interface ribbon to the board. Reseat it and see if the problem stops. Catriver
Posted on Jul 16, 2007
If youve made sure that its not a roller thats dry or a belt idler pulley that dry,than yes its the motor,and oiling that will only make it worse.
Posted on May 21, 2008
SOURCE: Frigidaire electric dryer
I was unable to locate a similar complaint through my service database, so this is going to be a hit or a miss answer.
This model has an electronic control board in it and it is possibly picking up a static discharge from your body and powering up the start relay. This may be due to improper grounding or a recent power issue. This type of failure apparently does not happen with a 240 volt appliance often enough to be in the books. I might suggest that you unplug the dryer for 10 minutes, then plug it back in to see if it corrects the problem. If not, you will want to have your outlet inspected by an electrician. You may also have to replace the control board, if the electrician finds the outlet satisfactory. You may also just want to consult a factory authorized servicer that would be capable of checking the outlet AND testing the board before replacing it.
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Posted on Jun 20, 2008
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