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Frigidaire gleq2152es0 dryer will not heat up. Runs just no heat.

Operates fine just not heating up. removed rear panel and top panel but didnt see any fuses or breakers

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  • Anonymous Apr 26, 2009

    my clothes dryer no longer heats up. Before bying an element unit, should I check any fuses or switches first for replacement?



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At most you may find a relay in a dryer. They're usually wired pretty simple. Keep in mind that 220 comes from both wires, and meets in the middle, the load. Be careful if you test live! A control may break just one wire. At a failed component, you'll have 220 on both legs, but no go. Jumping that component will make the unit run. Don't jump the elements!!! You can put a false load where the elements go, but it must be 220 volt, like two lite bulbs in series. I make my tester out of two lite bulb pigtail fixtures wired in series. At 110 they glow less bright then at 220.

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