Question about Frigidaire FEQ1442ES Electric Dryer
First make sure you still have proper voltage 220-245 volts at dryer even though the tub turns the motor only requires half power it is the heater that requires full voltage... 2nd ther could be a problem with one of the limit devices ...you want to unplug unit and gain access to the heater area and ohm out your limites...take wires of each limit one limit at a time and check for continuity you should ohm out to infinity or if it beep you are good move to next one... 3rd check the heater the same way remove the two wires off heater and check from one side to the other of the heater and make sure you get a beep... try these and post again if you need more help... hopefully one of these three suggestions in the process you will find the culprit
Posted on Jan 02, 2011
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