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Need dryer repair help, F&P DE08-US2  Rating:  Rating
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 Posted: Sat May 1st, 2010 04:40 pm
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Hello, dryer runs but no heat.
I bought a new heater coil assy but after looking at the dryer I have no idea how to take this thing apart.
I am very mechanically inclined and have repaired my other appliances but this thing has me baffled.
It appears that the whole dryer must be disassembled.
Any help is greatly appreciated.

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This dryer is built by GE for F-P and disassembly is essentially the same as the instructions given for the new-style GE dryer on this page:

http://fixitnow.com/wp/2004/03/22/appliance-tip-of-the-day-encore-dryer-disassembly/

Have a go and let us know.



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Thanks, that helped and I replaced the element.
What a sorry excuse for a heating element and I will do a bit more research next time I need a new dryer.  I thought I was getting a F&P, not a rebadged GE.
Again, thanks for the help !

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Glad to hear you got 'er done!



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