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TommasoPrimo

Member Since 20 Oct 2007
Offline Last Active Oct 12 2011 03:23 PM

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In Topic: Frigidaire Gallery Dryer, FSF747GES1, Auto Dry Mode Didn't Stop...

19 June 2009 - 08:20 AM

Hello, BrntToast, are you there? Anyone?

In Topic: Frigidaire Gallery Dryer, FSF747GES1, Auto Dry Mode Didn't Stop...

03 June 2009 - 04:43 PM

Hey there, again. Finally found my multimeter and checked the resistance (see pic) and it was 3k ohm.

Would this be enough to cause my problem?

-Tommaso

In Topic: Frigidaire Gallery Dryer, FSF747GES1, Auto Dry Mode Didn't Stop...

31 May 2009 - 07:53 AM

Looking at the diagram more closely, I only see two resistors:
- a 2.4k ohm one on the fabric selector switch
- a 7k ohm one on the control thermostat

See pic

Is it one of these that I need to measure? If so, do I take the attached wire leads off, or measure still connected?

Thanks for your help.

-TP

In Topic: Frigidaire Gallery Dryer, FSF747GES1, Auto Dry Mode Didn't Stop...

29 May 2009 - 12:45 PM

Mr. Toast,

That part of the diagram is labeled "Timer Motor", and has an "E" at one input and an "M" at the other. I see on the back of the timer itself similarly labeled points. I assume these are the two points between which I should measure the resistance. Right?

Re the lint, there was a fair amount below the lint screen as you suggest, but not enough to block the airflow. I ran it again, and there is a strong vent exhaust flow through the ductwork and out the eave on the side of the house.

-TP

In Topic: Frigidaire Gallery Dryer, FSF747GES1, Auto Dry Mode Didn't Stop...

26 May 2009 - 03:49 PM

Sorry, just double-checked and the model number is FSG747GES1.....sorry about that.


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