Question about Frigidaire Dryers
Morethan likely your vent is plugged with lint. the vent should be cleaned yearly to prevent fires and to provide maximum efficiency. move yoy dryer out and disconnect the vent from the dryer and inspect the hose for blockages. it can also be internally in the dryer along the channel the heat is vented through. clean out all the lint and try again. usually this fixes the problem. especially long vents or angles in the vent are more likely to plug up so remove those if possible after you clean it out. good luck. always unplug the unit while working on it.
Posted on May 28, 2010
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