Model #FDG336RES1 FRIGIDAIRE Residential Dryer

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Q:

my kenmore model number 110.4751 is leaving brown marks on clothes and tearing holes where the brown marks are.

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The dryer leaving stains on your clothes can be inconvenient and I will be happy to help. I am adding a link below to help you with your question while you wait for your expert response.

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Joseph P. -
February 13, 2012
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Your details seem to indicate that this is happening in the dryer. The model number that you provided is for a washer. The matching dryer for that washer may be causing the problems that you are describing. Here are some tips that may help you resolve that issue in that type of dryer:

  1. The brown marks could be caused by the felt seals at the front and/or back of the dryer. Rub a moist cloth over those felt seals to see if you get brown residue off of them. If clothes are being caught in those felt seals, you may need to reduce the size of your loads. Overloading the dryer could cause garments to get caught in those areas.
  2. A problem with the support rollers could be causing the drum to be mis-aligned. You may need to unplug the dryer and open the cabinet to check those support rollers and the drive system. Reply with the full model number of your dryer if you need help with that task.
  3. Check the inside of the dryer drum for burrs or rough spots. You can cover your hand with an old silk stocking or panty hose and rub the inside areas of that drum to check that issue if necessary. If you rub across a part that snags the stocking, then this could be catching the clothes.
  4. Check the baffles (vanes) in the drum to make sure that they are tight.
  5. Check the exhaust vent duct system to the outside of your home for a clog or restriction. This type of problem could cause the dryer to overheat.
  6. If you have a gas dryer that is using Propane, make sure that the dryer was properly converted to use that type of gas.

These general tips may help you resolve this laundry problem. If you need more assistance, reply with additional details.

You may need to have a service technician physically examine the dryer and/or washer to resolve this problem. Here is a link for the Sears Service website in case you need it: Sears Home Services .

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
February 15, 2012
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Thanks guys. Wonderful ideas. My question is regarding my washer not my dryer. Might be good to check both out though. Any ideas for the washer? Thanks

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Zack -
February 15, 2012
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You can check that rubber door boot area around the opening to the spin basket for problems. That same method of check for metal spurs can be used on that stainless steel washer basket. Check the folds of that door boot seal for a build up of residue. That could be causing your brown streaks. Cleaning that door seal may prevent those streaks if you find residue in the folds of that door seal. I hope that this additional information helps. If you need more assistance, let us know.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
February 15, 2012
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Awesome!! I will check that out run a load and let you know. Deep appriciation for you all.

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Zack -
February 15, 2012
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Ok guys I have been out of town for the past 3 weeks and am just getting to work on my dryer. I caught it in the act right before I left. It had the tie to some of my pants wedged between the drum and what I think is the felt seal on the front right as I looked in. It was twisted like crazy and brown. I stopped it and looked in with a flashlight. It was wedged between the drum and the front panel that the drum spins around. Is that where the felt seals are? I noticed that I can push up on the right top of the drum and it lifts up creating a space between the drum and that front piece. Sounds like an alignment issue to me. What do you think? I want to get that cabinet off and see what I can find. Here is my model number - FDG336RES1. Lyle you said you could give me some pointers there you up for that? Thanks again guys. I am so excited to be seeing the light at the end of the tunnel with this dryer tearing our clothes.

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Zack -
March 15, 2012
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Hello Zack. I added a link for a video below this response that shows how to disassemble that type of Frigidaire dryer. That should help you access the internal components. You may need to replace some of those components at the front of that drum such as the drum glide or the lower seal. You can view the parts diagram on the Sears PartsDirect.com website through this link: Bearing Kit for Frigidaire Dryer Model FDG336RES1 . This information should help you with that repair. If you need more assistance, reply with additional details.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
March 16, 2012
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You could have a problem with that rear bearing that is causing your alignment problem. The second link above shows how to replace that bearing if necessary. There is a bearing kit (part 5303281153) that is needed for that repair. Here is a direct link for that part: Bearing Kit for Frigidaire Dryer Model FDG336RES1 .

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
March 16, 2012
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That link in the above response does not appear to be working. Here is another copy of that link: Bearing Kit for Frigidaire Dryer Model FDG336RES1 .

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
March 16, 2012
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Lyle Thank you! I got it fixed. It was the felt seal. I was able to find a kit locally and replaced it last night. Runs like a charm! I am so grateful for your time. You saved me a lot of money and time. Many blessings. Enjoy your weekend. Peace

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Zack -
March 17, 2012
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My dryer Drum has lowered/dropped & squeals. catches clothes in space.

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AFTER you submit, they'll tell you to wait up to 48 hours. Too bad if you wanted to order parts today.... I guess thats what out-sourcing or too much with too little will do for the customer

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nodryer -
November 03, 2010
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Having problems with an appliance can get a little frustrating especially when doing laundry but when it starts acting up it can get disappointing. While you are waiting on an expert to answer your question, A suggestion I have is to visit Sears Home Service website to set service with a Sears technician. I attached the link below. Hope this helps! www.searshomeservices.com

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Dezeray S -
November 03, 2010
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Used it & they wanted to send a service Techician out. Why would I want a service call if I'm ordering the parts myself. This is not rocket science, it's a mechanical problem with a center bearing. All I wanted to know if I would order the right parts, not get chaged for something I don't need. Some of use are pretty good mechanics, just need some parts guidance. On top of this, WHY would they list the orderable parts if Sears doesn't want you to fix it yourself??? Worst case senerio would be, I break machine, I have to purchase new one from SEARS!!! I'm not a Hot coffee in the lap, gonna sue McDonalds because I'm stupid person......

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nodryer -
November 03, 2010
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why do I bother wasting my time........ Maybe because I still have alittle hope for the American way....Plus being retired Military helps in my way of thinking.

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nodryer -
November 03, 2010
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if the dryer drum has dropped I suspect the problem is the spin bearing. From the description you give the front seals may need to be replaced as well.

The most likely part you need is part key 12 in the image. You might need part 32 but most of the time this part is okay.

I mentioned the front seal because from your description it has been pushed down and is likely bent out of shape. Check out page 3 part key 20 and 21 for picture of the glides and felt seal.

I hope this helps. You can reply to me with any additional details for further assistance.

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Fred M -
Sears Technician
November 05, 2010
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Fred m, thank you very much for answering my questions. There, that's all I needed (I hope & I think) was reassurance that I was oredering the right parts, plus some good old fashion expert advise. Now, I've ordered all parts suggested & should be here in a few days. My next greatest adventure will be to pretend I'm a dryer mechanic and actually read the diagrams. It'll be a great learning experience & if I break it, well then, the worst thing that can happen is I have to buy a new one, Right? Good American people like you Fred are hard to find, Thanks again!! Rod K.

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nodryer -
November 05, 2010
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Glad to help Rod. When you gt the parts you can reply and I'll try to be of further assistance. The images below may be of help to you when you get the parts. _Remember to unplug the dryer first._ Waiting for 48 hours is the worst case. At this time, the time for an answer is 24 hours or less. It will vary from day to day but we try to be as quick as we can and still give a good answer.

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Fred M -
Sears Technician
November 05, 2010
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The military retired or not deserve our best efforts. You gave your best and we'll try to do the same. If you complete this job you will have saved about $200 dollars ust to let you know the do-it-yourself effort is worth it.

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Fred M -
Sears Technician
November 05, 2010
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