Question about Frigidaire Dryers
There are several thermal overloads depending on models. One will be right near the heating elements. the other somewhere in the air duct. Depending on the age, the electric elements usually fail before the thermal overloads. Also check for loose or burned wires to element terminals. If you find these bad, don't use normal crimp on terminals as they won't hold up to the heat.
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Aug 24, 2011 | Dryers
If your dryer is not getting hot, the thermal fuse may be blown. Instead of calling an expensive repairman, you can replace this simple part yourself in less than an hour. Make sure you purchase the correct replacement fuse for your make and model of dryer. Your owner's manual should have a list of compatible part numbers. You may also be able to order a replacement directly from your dryer manufacturer's website.
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