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    Default FAQE7011KB0 E9E error

    Model Number: FAQE7011KB0
    Brand: Frigidaire
    Age: 1-5 years

    Looking for some help. This dryer wont start at all. I get this error and when i go into diagnostics mode, the dryer doesnt spin at all. I have tested the control board on another frigidaire dryer and it works fine. I also know that the outlet is fine since my other frigidaire dryer works fine. I have also taken off the back and swept & blown out all of the lint and checked the connections. What should i be checking next? I'm new to using a multimeter so if you could dumb it down as best you can, it would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance!

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    Ok, lets start at the main power coming in first.

    You'll need a multimeter to verify you have the proper voltage at the plug receptacle.

    220-240 volt 3 prong power plug test for a dryer

    220-240 volt 4 prong power plug test for a dryer

    If that's fine, Could be 3 issues, control board, thermistor or heating element.

    Had another member back in May with this exact same issue and they found the heating element broken. So check the heating element first.

    Here's the heating element for your model you can order here if needed:
    Heating Element Assembly 137114000 Order now for same day shipping. 365 day return policy. RepairClinic.com


    Watch this video to ohm test it for continuity:



    Watch this video to access it:




    If the heating element is fine, then ohm that thermistor should be 50,000 ohms at room temperature, If it is then its the control board thats bad.(Make sure your dryer stays unplugged when testing the thermistor.)

    The thermistor sits on the front of the blower wheel housing.

    Here's the thermistor for your model you can order here if needed:
    Thermistor 134587700 Order now for same day shipping. 365 day return policy. RepairClinic.com


    Here's the control board for your model you can order here if needed:
    Main Control Board 137070840 Order now for same day shipping. 365 day return policy. RepairClinic.com


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    I would also check the thermal limiter, P/N 137032600 or P/N 134711400..Wire diagram indicates a thermal limiter, but not clear which one is which...Look for a red wire in and a orange or red-black out........If it fails the unit will not start/tumble....No power to the motor relay on the control board... continuity test will indicate open or close.........

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    Thanks quik,

    I forgot about that one, LOL. It tough getting OLD!

    Here's the outlet thermal limiter for your model:
    Thermal Fuse 134711401


    The 137032600 is the heating element thermal fuse, so if that was bad the dryer would still run, but just would not heat.

    Here it is:
    Thermal Fuse 137032600


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