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Manufacturer #: 134120900 /
Manufactured by: Frigidaire /
Fix #: FIX419402
Manufacturer #: 134120900 |
Manufactured by: Frigidaire |
Fix #: FIX419402
First unplug the unit from the power source. You must disassemble the dryer to get to the cycling thermostat. Using a Philips screwdriver, remove the panel below the dryer, then you must remove the control panel just above the first panel you removed. Both of these pieces are held in place with 2 screws each. The control panel also has 2 clips that hold it in place, bit you can use a stiff putty knife to separate it from the dryer. The next thing is to remove the remaining front panel which supports one side of the drum. The top panel must be removed first which will allow you to remove the remaining front panel. The next thing is to reach in below the drum and slip the drive belt off the motor by pushing the idler tensioner to relax the belt. You can remove the drum by lifting up the drum from its place. A quick jerk will dislodge the drum from its place. The cycling thermostat is located on the back panel on the left side, held on by 2 screws. remove the 2 wires and the 2 screws remove the bad thermostat. Repeat these instructions in reverse order to complete the job.
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Watched the provided video and followed the written diagrams for my model dryer.
removed 2 rear screws, removed top panel. Removed 2 top screws and 2 internal screws, disconnected electrical connections and removed front panel. removed drum guide. Disconnected drive belt, removed drum. removed 4 screws from rear, removed the heating element assembly. Cleaned the entire bottom section of the dryer. Installed new heating element assembly, installed thermal limiter and control thermistor, reassembled the dryer. Dryer has been working great!
I followed the video, removed front cover, kept drum in place, which made removing screws harder, but I managed well enough
Watched the video. Wasn't accurate for my stackable, but gave an insight where the thermal limiter can be found. Took off top of dryer and there it was. Did not have to remove drum. Easy fix for this job, works like new.
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