Question about Frigidaire GLEQ2152ES Electric Dryer
Posted by Anonymous on
ARE THE BAFFLES BAD OR BROKEN, CRACKED? THE HUB GASKETS OK? CALLED THE GLIDES?
Posted on Dec 20, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
stuff is getting caught at or towards the top front, correct??
it is very possible that the dryer drum glide #131963900 has worn, as has the top seal/glide on the front panel #134440200.
to get to the seal/glide remove the screws from the back of the top and slide the top back and lift off.
disconnect the control panel and remove and set aside.
now you can get to the front panels screws and carefully remove that after disconnecting the wire harness for the door switch, etc.
the top/glide is the top part of the felt on the inside of that panel that the drum glides/turns upon. removing the old felt is always fun, but cleanup to prep to install the new one need not be antiseptic, shinny, clean.. just take a wire brush, etc and remove most all traces of the old felt from the metal surface prior to reattaching the new one..
to get to the drum glide you are there.. it is the plastic circular piece that fits on the interior circumference of the drums front lip.. just clips on..
replace in same orientation as removed, i believe the dents face inside..
hope this helps,
best of luck,
Posted on Oct 29, 2009
Your drum seal between the drum and the body of the dryer needs replacement, this is what causes the clothes to stick and tear holes in them.
I hope this helps
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Posted on Aug 11, 2010
I would suggest replacing the front drum bearing. Sounds like the gap is now excessive, obviously allowing clothes to get caught up in there. Drum must be removed from the dryer to do this.
Good luck, hope this helps.
Posted on Aug 20, 2010
SOURCE: Frigidaire Gallery 5.8 Cu. Ft.
Yes it us the drum. I am thinking that it is one of the rollers/coasters that keep the drum up against the back of the dryer. In order to actually see if this is the problem we will need to take apart the dryer.
1) unplug dryer
2) open dryer door remove all screws
3) with a flat tip screwdriver gently pry on the two top corners(clips inside) until it pops
4) pull panel forward as we will need to disconnect the door switch
5) set panel aside (oh remember to put screws into a container)
6) lift up on the top panel til a 90, it is hinged won't fall
7) take careful notes of the routing of the belt, draw it out, take a picture etc.
8) remove belt(notice it was centered)
9) lift up and out on the drum
10) the rollers/coasters are bolted or should be to the back wall of dryer, and of circle shape. More then likely they are not.
11) Call an appliance parts store tell them what you need, remove bad rollers if need be take them with you.
12) replace rollers
13) re-insert drum making sure lip is behind new rollers
14) consult drawing/pictures of belt routing
15) route belt
16) notice belt is in middle of drum and drum can be turned by hand
17) find front panel, re-attach door switch
18) let top lid done and push it should click back
19) find screws
20) plug in dryer
Good Luck Tim
Posted on Sep 23, 2010
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