Question about Frigidaire FDE546RE Dryer
It appears that your dryer is an electric one. So, you need at least 208 - 220 volts for the heat element to come on. If you are o.k. at the circuit breaker and at the wall outlet with the appropriate voltage, then your problem could be a heat element, thermostat, timer, etc. on the dryer. Contact an appliance service company.
Posted on Apr 14, 2010
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