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Motor

Part Number: AP2107144
MFG Part Number: 131560100
Made by: Frigidaire
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Genuine Frigidaire part. Frigidaire brands include Electrolux, Frigidaire, Gibson, Kelvinator, Westinghouse, and others.
Electrolux also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore

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Part Number 131560100 (AP2107144) replaces 131758500, 134156500, 407697, AH418132, EA418132, PS418132.

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Motor Russell G. • Franklinton, LA • August 05, 2014

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How to Replace Motor #131560100

Step by step instructions on how to replace a Motor #131560100. Note: This video is intended to give you the general idea of the part replacement procedure. Your appliance may differ depending on the manufacturer and model.


 

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How do you remove the motor from the dryer and what tools will i need to do this ? And thank you for the help.

C. Payne for Model Number ferb6600es0

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The dryer runs but doesn't heat. I've checked continuity on all the thermostats, the heat indicator switch and heating element. Even though the motor runs, could it be the motor? Any other possibilities?

James for Model Number 417.64182300

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The dryer will not start. It makes no noise whatsoever when you turn the start switch. The first time it happened my wife said she swears she smelled smoke (?). I have tested the start switch and the door switch, both have continuity when activated. I could not locate a thermal fuse within the cabinet. Is it likely that the motor has failed?

Frank for Model Number FSG447GHS0

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My dryer started making a clicking noise at end of cycle. A lot of loads were run during the day. Then I found that there were electrical sounds whether the dryer was off or on, random ones. I cut the breakers. Now when I turn breaker back on dryer makes humming/buzzing noise, even if off, even when door is open. There is no longer the clicking noise, just constant humming, but the normal end of cycle buzzer is back when manually turned there. First I suspected timer, then motor because of the buzz like bearings gone out, then door switch since noise is never off even with door open. I'm really not sure now. The motor turns freely. Thanks

Buck for Model Number fridgidaire FSE447GHS0

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When you hit the start button on any cycle it makes a humming noise. The starter circuit on the motor doesn't work.

Donna for Model Number GLEQ2152ES1

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Even on a first time of the day use, the dryer will shut off after 2 minutes and the 3 lights will flash on auto cycle. I press cancel and start and it starts right up and then stops again. I tried other cycles and temperatures and it is the same. It looks as if it is working now, but what could be the underlining problem? I was told the high limit thermostat and I was also told it could be the motor. Which could it be?

Anna for Model Number AEQB6400FS0

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