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If you mean that it is not heating and stays cool, most likely the pilot sensing thermocouple needs replacing (if you have a gas drier with a pilot light) or the electronic ignition contacts need replacing (if you have a gas drier with electronic ignition). Not sure about an electric drier, but probably the heating element needs replacing, or the thermocouple sensor (most likely). None of these are very expensive.
Yes you can, but whether you should is another matter. I purchased a new dryer and needed it to be propane ready...you need to get the proper orifice (which lets the gas in to the burners) changed out. Natural gas orifice has a larger hole than a propane orifice. In addition, the regulator must be modified. It may involve flipping an insert under the cap (typical of stoves) or it may require conversion parts packed in the conversion kit (order one specific to your drier). This regulator is part of the piping within the back of the drier.
Incidentally, conversion orifice(s) should be included with the drier and screwed to the body in a clip. When you change it over and label the equipment as converted to propane, put the old natural gas orifice in the clip and screw it back onto the body. Put the instructions in a paper envelope and tape to the outside of the body of the drier.
Check that the vent outside (especially in northern climates this time of the year). Then check the hose that goes from the drier to the outside vent. Finally, check the drier itself, that there is no obstructions getting to the hose. Check the lint trap. Is it full or is it installed properly? If all this checks out, then try replacing the heating element. These are usually inexpensive, and fairly easy to replace. The manual for the drier should have diagrams on how to access it.
The identification label from a Frigidaire Gallery Commercial Heavy Duty Moisture Sensor drier has come off. I need to download operating/user manual. How can I get the serial no. or model no. The drier is 4 years old.
you can check where the cord is connected to the drier did you use the cord off your old drier see if the cord is tight at the back of the drier and the center terminal of the cord should be on the center of the terminal block and why did you buy a new drier hold my rating till were done please