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    • Part Number: AP4501537
    • MFG Part Number: 131475320
    • Made by: Frigidaire
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I replaced my heating coil in my dryer! When I turned my dryer on it made a loud pop and the element does not work what would cause that to happen would love to fix the problem before I replace the coil again.....Thank you

Darrell

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I just ordered this part from you. I took the dryer completely apart.. There is two wires going to the fuse, both black. And then the element its self has white and black.. Is there any specific order these wires needs to be put back?

Josh for Model Number 131553900

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Dryer - in back a screw came loose and my husband took a screwdriver and tired to fix without unplugging the plug and it was on fire. I was wanting to know if it is the heating coil that burned out. thank you

Debra B for Model Number FEX831FS4

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Dryer has the same (very low) heat in all switch positions including the "no heat/fluff" position. Tried removing vent in back to make sure no obstructions and still same result. 240 Voltage checks out ok. Even in cool down mode, some heat seems to stay on; can touch back of drum (inside dryer) and is very warm but does not burn hand to touch. Is this indication of shorted out heating element?

Doug for Model Number GLET1031CS0

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My dryer element burned out and broke. I replaced it. When it burned out it melted the bearing so I replaced it along with the belt. Still does not work. With the door removed and the door switch shorted I can turn the "on" switch and hear the timer motor running in 2 of the 3 heating settings. It goes off when I release the swith. The motor does not turn. The door switch checks out okay and the tow tow thermal switches near the heating element also check out. Will a partially worn out control/timer cause the machine to not work at all? Is there a fuse of some sort I am missing that may have blown when the heating element blew?

Tony for Model Number 41798702891

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Unable to find a replacement for Frigidaire heating element 131475400 4.5 KW 240V. What element can I substitute?

Dave for Model Number Frigidaire Electric dryer

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The dryer is heating but have to run the loads twice to get them dry. Should I replace the Heater Assembly (131475320) or is it something else?

Ian for Model Number Frigidaire Model FEX831CSO

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Dryer had no heat. Bought the heat element and still no heat. Checked 240 wiring. Wiring is right...help !!!

Connie for Model Number 4179968020

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Do you sell the ceramic insulators? One broke and the heating element grounded out or would it be just as easy to by the whole back plate?

Justin for Model Number flxe6960ew1

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I checked to make sure 220 is good and also reset circuit breaker. Dryer tumbles and the light goes on but no heat. Then i tried to use the washer part of the laundry center and it didnt work. The washer is totally dead. If i replace the heating assembly will this cure both problems? Im assuming that the wireing goes thru dryer and then to washer. Please help thank you

Marion for Model Number gleh1642ds1

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