Question about Frigidaire Dryers
It sounds like your cord has been routed improperly. Unplug your dryer, if you haven't already. If you look at the cavity where you can see the wires connected to the dryer, you should see a hole beneath it. The cord should pass through the hole, with a strain relief clamp on it, not directly into the cavity. Replace the cord, and route it properly with the strain relief. Be sure to reinstall the cover plate that closes up the cavity where you make your wiring connections from the cord to the dryer. Not only does this help protect you from getting shocked, it will also help keep dust and lint out of the dryer. Strain relief clamps are available at home hardware stores, as are the cords.
Posted on Jul 14, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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