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    • Part Number: AP2106564
    • MFG Part Number: 131298300
    • Made by: Frigidaire
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Thanks but your terminology is confusing to me. The two large terminals read zero ohms and the two small terminals read open. Is the device functioning correctly?

Richard for Model Number GLER341AS2

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How do I test the Thermal fuse with an ohmmeter as there are 4 terminals?

Richard for Model Number GLER341AS2

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My electric clothes dryer is getting the clothes to hot to touch.

Joe

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I bypassed the cycling thermostat to test weather or not my unit would start and it did but after a few seconds experienced and huge blue flash from behind the dryer and blew circuit breaker. Question is did I just blow the heater coil cause I tested all the thermal fuses and they are still good? Haven't really tore back into it just wanted were do I go from here . I know I need a new cycle thermostat already ordered one .

Rock for Model Number nmer336fso

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My dryer only works on one heat temperature no matter what you set it on.

Joe for Model Number GEF331AS1

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This dryer stops before cycle completes leaving a dryer full of wet clothes. Sometimes it seems to run hot. Sometimes it runs properly.

P.c. for Model Number FDE747RBT0

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My dryer quit heating. What part do you think I need?

Billie for Model Number glet1031fso

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I exchanged the old spade connectors and door switch with a newer set that I crimped etc. The wires are brown for the light and grey and blue. I dont know exactly where each one goes. Can you help?

Chris for Model Number FDE546RES2

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I checked every fuse switch and wire with multi meter. The only reading that did not show contunity was the vent thermostat. The two steel outside terminals showed contunity but the two brass terminals showed no continuity. Would this be my problem and should the brass terminals register a reading would this prevent the dryer from starting? Thanks for any help.

John for Model Number gler341as2

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Sir's I think I found the problem. I sent in a question earlier, thanks for answering. The vent thermostat could be why the dryer wont run. I used a multi meter on the two outside terminals they registered. I then used it on the two inside terminals, nothing registered. Is the thermostat blown? Could this be why the dryer will not start? I checked all switches, on-start switch, door switch, all the buttons, heating element, etc. All registered, this was the only one that did not. Thank you, John

John for Model Number gler341as2

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