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    • Part Number: AP2107129
    • MFG Part Number: 131553900
    • Made by: Frigidaire
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We could see the heating element glowing orange (never did before) at the back of the drum and once even saw what looked like sparks. Now it doesn't heat at all. I am going to replace the heater element but should I also replace the thermal fuse or the thermostat?

John A for Model Number LE02152EE1

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My Frigidaire front loading dryer takes a long time to dry clothes. When on "high" the clothes do not seem to be extremely hot to touch as before and the other levels are simularly not as hot as before. I'm thinking that the heating element is bad. If bad, would it heat at all? Or could there be an issue with a switch/thermostat?

Tim

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Where is element located and what the best way to do the job?

Terry for Model Number gleq2152es0

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My Frigidaire dryer works great on all settings except, Medium Permanant Press. It does heat on initial start-up but then the heat goes away and it takes two cycles to get the clothes dry. Vents are nice and clean. Any ideas? Thanks for your help!!

Hokie for Model Number AEQ6700FS0

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When my dryer gets hot it makes a roaring noise and the hotter it gets the louder it gets, but when on air fluff it make s no noise at all. What do you think is wrong with it ?

Elizabeth for Model Number gler341as2

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Our dryer is running but there is no heat. It is blowing air out the back but it is cold. Is it the heating element?

Eric for Model Number CER3600AS1

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My dryer works good, it heats good but it smells like it is burning the cloths? I have cleaned out the lint traps and the hoses.... any suggestions?

Paul for Model Number leq1452k

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The element went out in my dryer and I was told it would be much simpler to buy the whole assembly, instead of just the coil. I recieved Part Number:AP2107129 today and went to it. I followed youtube instructions for disassembly and though for my dryer you have to take the whole thing apart, it was going easily, until taking the drum out. That came out just fine, but in order to remove the assembly the bearing has to come out first, because it doesn't fit over it. I can't get to the screws to remove this though. How do I remove this last part so that I can replace the old assembly with the new one? All that I can try to loosen is at the rear where the screw tips are sticking out. I managed to loosen one of them, but the other is stubborn and is just getting stripped the more that I try. Thinking of finding some snippers and just cutting the old assembly off. Please help!

Diana for Model Number WER211ES0

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What is the off white flap on top of the heating element assembly called? I think it might be some kind of heat shield, it sits on top and its been burning. My dryer has been turning off early by itself the last couple times I've used it, I looked through the wire access hole in the back and could see that piece was burned.

Steve for Model Number cer3600as1

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My dryer takes several cycles to dry my clothes, do you think it's the heating element? It only gets slightly warm.

Kami for Model Number FEQ1442ES0

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