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bpickett

Member Since 10 Jun 2007
Offline Last Active Oct 24 2012 10:53 AM

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In Topic: Frigidaire Gallery FSE447GHS0 will not start

24 October 2012 - 10:47 AM

That was it!!! Replaced bad fuse and everything is running fine. Still concerned over what caused it to overheat in the first place. Vents were cleaned two months ago when motor was installed so that isn't the problem this time. BTW, one of the wire leads on the fuse was slightly charred???????

Thanks for your help.

Sorry for the slow response. I had forgotten to mark the topic so that I would get an email notification when someone responded.

In Topic: Frigidaire Gallery Dryer has multiple issues

13 August 2012 - 06:10 AM

So, it looks like a new motor and start switch. Thanks for your help.

In Topic: Frigidaire Gallery Dryer has multiple issues

12 August 2012 - 02:15 PM

Yes, it does start by itself when the Timer Dial is set to a cycle...... If it is plugged in, the timer dial is always advancing although the dryer may or may not necessarily be running.

No, it does not stop OK by itself at the end of the cycle......it will stop tumbling and heating (drying) but the buzzer will continue to buzz until it is unplugged.

In Topic: Frigidaire Gallery Dryer has multiple issues

12 August 2012 - 09:46 AM

The only way to stop the dryer is by unplugging it. It's as if it is always on. The timer will continue to advance until it reaches the end of the cycle and it will then buzz (letting me know the cycle is completed) until it is unplugged.

I say it is always on but the dryer does stop tumbling intermittently during the cycle but the cycle continues to advance (even though it's no longer tumbling or heating) therefore once it has cooled or whatever is making it shut off in the first place, it will start tumbling and heating again for a few minutes (5-10) and then stop tumbling for say 10-20 minutes and then cut back on. It will continue to do this till the end of the cycle.

The dryer has been shutting down intermittently for several months and I would have to wait a few minutes and I could turn it back on. The additional issue with the cycle continuing to run, has only started in the last few weeks.

In Topic: Frigidaire Gallery Dryer has multiple issues

12 August 2012 - 07:52 AM

That would be a great option but I haven't found a salesperson with either..... yet. I've assumed that finding a new dryer that would stack with my washer was a lost cause.


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