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    • Part Number: AP2107129
    • MFG Part Number: 131553900
    • Made by: Frigidaire
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The Frigidaire Dryer noted seems to operate fine, but without hot air! We can dry the clothes with repeated cycles of cold air, but it takes all day. This being the case do I need to replace the Dryer Heating Element Assembly or the Thermostat? Greatly appreciate the information! Vito

Vito for Model Number FEQ332ESO

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My dry no longer heats, and stops. When stopped the lights on the front panel above the pause button flash, all 5. I have unhooked the vent and still does the same thing. Clothes have been taking longer to dry before this happened. Where do I start, I live in a area where its 100 miles for the nearest service place.

Jim for Model Number GLEQ2152EE0

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My dryer is not heating. Is that the heating element?

Melinda for Model Number feq1442es1

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I have to dry my clothes & towels 2x maybe 3x. Does that mean the heating element is about to go out?

Amy for Model Number FER231AS2

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Our dryer developed a pattern of sometimes it would heat during a cycle and sometimes it wouldn't. Eventually it stopped heating at all. When this occurred in the past I changed the heating element and the problem was solved. When this pattern started to occur again recently, I again changed out the heating element but to my surprise this time the dryer still is not heating. I rechecked all the connections and from what I can tell everything is as it should be. Any suggestions as to what the problem may now be? Thanks!

Jr for Model Number FER231AS2

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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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