Question about Frigidaire FEQ1442ES Electric Dryer
There should be a removable kickplate
found at the bottom of the dryer. Remove this kickplate by removing the
two screws found at the bottom. Let the kickplate drop down just a
little to disengage the two pins found on its top.
If your dryer has an enamelled top, you can raise it by releasing the two spring catches found under it. Use a putty knife (or some other thin and flat object) to push in on and disengage each catch.
Remove the two screws (some models will have four) that secure the bottom of the front panel. As you remove the front panel, disconnect the door switch and any other wiring, taking careful note of which wires are to be reconnected where.
If your dryer has a galvanized top, remove the screws from the front panel, and then remove the front panel itself. As you remove the front panel, disconnect the door switch and any other wiring, taking careful note of which wires are to be reconnected where.
Thats all you should gain access to the heating coil..
Posted on Nov 05, 2007
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