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    • Part Number: AP2108156
    • MFG Part Number: 134101400
    • Made by: Frigidaire
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I have a kenmore dryer that I just replaced heating element. It heated for almost 30 minutes then quit blowing heat. What happens if you cross the wires and do I need a thermostat now??

Marie P for Model Number 96576200

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Hello, This is the part I need but, I was wondering if this also came with the 3 nuts that the screws thread into? Thank you.

Bryan for Model Number FDE336RES2

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DOES THE BLOCK TERMINAL KIT INCLUDE THE BLOCK AS WELL AS THE TERMINALS?

Ginny for Model Number gleq332as2

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My dryer (about 7 or 8 years old) was running but not heating at all. When I went looking for a problem I found that the terminal block was burned out around the black wire. The black wire was melted, the block where the black wire went in was burned and melted and the power cord was melted at the terminal block. Looks like maybe the black wire insulation rubbed against one of the beveled edges of the wall until it hit wire and then shorted out. The question I have is, could this happen due to something else wrong with the dryer? Or is it most likely just a problem with the wiring at the block -- that is, if I replace the power cord and the terminal block should that fix it, or was the melting/arching more likely caused by something else? Thanks!!

Lonce for Model Number 41783042300 (Kenmore dryer)

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I bought my dryer for $30.00 and when I first used the dryer it seemed to get too hot and I took it apart to see if I could fix it. The terminal L1 is melted out so I rigged it and tried to use it then and still seemed to get way too hot,but before I rigged it I cleaned it on the inside and found that the squirl's cage or circular fan that hooks to the motor is cracked and comes off the shaft, could this be the cause of the dryer over heating and not drying the clothes good or in a timely manner?

Bruce M. for Model Number GLER331AS2

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Got a lightly used set of Frigidaire washer and dryer. The dryer terminal had NO screws bolts or nuts to attach the power cord. What screws can I use to attach my power cord, the ones I have now arent tight and I am affraid of a fire. Please let me know if I can simply buy new screws or need to get a whole new block.

Jared B. for Model Number FSE446RHS2

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Got a lightly used set of Frigidaire washer and dryer. The dryer terminal had NO screws bolts or nuts to attach the power cord. What screws can I use to attach my power cord, the ones I have now arent tight and I am affraid of a fire. Please let me know if I can simply buy new screws or need to get a whole new block.

Jared B. for Model Number FSE446RHS2

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Looking at the Terminal, the left side (red wire) melted in mid dry causing the breaker to flip. Looks as if there was a small flash fire due to the black around the surrounding area. My question is this... will replacing the terminal block & plug fix the problem, or do I have a bigger problem internally? The last thing I want is to order part, get it installed, only to have the same blow out. Thank you for your help.

Jody F. for Model Number GLER341AS2

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