Question about Frigidaire Dryers
The heating element is grounded , sending 120 volts thru the element when the timer is turned on ( without starting dryer . Normally , when the timer is turned on , it sends 120 volts to the element and when the motor starts , it sends the other 120 to the element ( the element gets red on the 240 volts ) . You will have to raise the dryer top , remove the front panel , disconnect the belt and remove the drum by by lifting it up out of the bearing slot in the rear . Then the element will be visible . Probably a portion hanging down and finally touched the element housing . The complete element and housing should be replaced , so take the complete model number which is on the front panel behind the dryer door , with you so you get the correct element .
Posted on Aug 05, 2010
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