Error Code 61


Error Code 61

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I have a Frigidaire dryer giving me an error code 61. I called Frigidaire and they told me that it's a heater relay located on the heating element. I just replaced the heating element about a month ago from a part I got off of thrifty appliance. So I was needing it replaced and they told me to. Come here and fill this forum out and to have you to make sure this is the problem.

The model # FASE7073LA0
SN# 4D20301608
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Hello, welcome to the forum. The relay is not on the heating element, it is on the control board. Do you have a meter to perform any testing with?


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Mjlong12309 - 12/29/2015 5:23:20 PM
have a Frigidaire dryer giving me an error code 61. I called Frigidaire and they told me that it's a heater relay located on the heating element. I just replaced the heating element about a month ago from a part I got off of thrifty appliance. So I was needing it replaced and they told me to. Come here and fill this forum out and to have you to make sure this is the problem.The model # FASE7073LA0SN# 4D20301608


Ok thanks for clearing that up for me. Is the control board in the front panel or some where else? No I don't have a meter to do any testing with.
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The relay is on the board shown as number 26 and available below. It is mounted above the drum, just under the top panel.

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http://www.partadvantage.com/diagram/1/0/00029093/680/900


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