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    • Part Number: AP2107129
    • MFG Part Number: 131553900
    • Made by: Frigidaire
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Hello. My dryer is sparking at the exhaust vent when it's turned on, and then turns off immediately. The spark seems like it's grounding out, and I was wondering if the heating element has grounded out, or if there is another solution you can offer. Thanks!

Jesse for Model Number Frigidaire FERB6600FSO Dryer

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Can I get the just the heating coil or do I have to buy the entire unit?

Leo for Model Number GLEQ642AS2

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Is it necessary to purchase the entire Element Assembly or can the Coil just be replaced?

Mike for Model Number FER641FS0

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Is alt part no.ap2107129 interchangeable for manufacturers no. we14x10015 for ge model dsxh47eg0ww? Thanks, Floyd

Floyd for Model Number GE dsxh47egoww

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Why is the dryer squealing when it's spinning?

Carmen for Model Number FER311FS0

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Why is the dryer squealing when it's spinning?

Mary

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Dryer runs but does not dry.

Gary for Model Number GLEQ2152E

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If the thermostat is bad will the dryer still heat up? It now takes twice as long to dry the clothes.

Waterman 2 for Model Number FEQ332ESo

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Dryer needs to be set to hi attain heat usually associated with low setting. Vent tube is new and clear- no ventilation issue. Do you think problem is a bad thermostat?

Andrew for Model Number LEQ2152ES0

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Dryer heats & runs for 3 minutes, then blows the breaker on a 220V line when set on High Heat. On Low Heat, it takes about 8-10 minutes. I've replaced the motor, the timer and all 3 thermostat/limiter switches. Should I try replacing the Heater Element assembly? (Outside repairman sent me down the motor/timer path after I self-diagnosed the limiters/thermostats.)

Tom D. for Model Number FERB6600FS0

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