Question about Frigidaire FEQ1442ES Electric Dryer
A couple of weeks ago, I found that the dryer would stop after one load had dried (around 45 min) and wouldn't restart until it had been left alone for an hour or so (cooling down I guess). Then, this weekend, the time dropped to about 30 seconds, and the dreadful six beeps code thing happened. Even after cancelling the beep continues along with the lights flashing. I tried unplugging and trying again but had the same result. The unit is only three years old and looks like new. Is this normal? Is there anything other than a dying motor that could cause this? Hopefully yours, Steve R.
There is a moisture sensor by the lint screen, that could be defective.
Posted on Dec 23, 2008
Other than a good lint cleaning by dissasemble and if not then replace the motor
Posted on Jun 24, 2008
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