Model #FSE446RHS2 FRIGIDAIRE Residential Dryer

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  • Front Panel/lint Filter
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  • Controls/top Panel
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Q:

Can I stack my kenmore washer with a frigidaire dryer?

A:

Having to work on an appliance can be quite a challenge. While you are waiting for an expert to reply I recommend visiting the Sears Parts Direct website were you can locate a direct number to speak with a Sears Parts Direct associate were they may provided you information on finding the parts for your appliance. Below I have provided the link.

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Priscilla V -
January 09, 2011
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Even though one is a Kenmore and the other is Frigidaire most likely the 5303937141 stacking kit should work.

With a 5303937141 stack kit you can most likely stack the FSE446RHS2 dryer on the 41748112701 washer.

You can get the stack kit at the following site: Sears PartsDirect .

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Fred M -
Sears Technician
January 11, 2011
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Why does the back edge of the top on my Frigidaire dryer get so VERY hot?

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Based on your details there is a restriction in the venting system causing the top to get too hot and causing the long dry times. There is a good chance the restriction is up on top of the house.

There is a heating element located directly behind the dryer drum producing the heat. Over an extended time of continuous use it is not abnormal for the rear of the top panel and the top of the back panel to get hot, however if the venting system is too long or restricted it will cause the top and rear to become abnormally hot and it will take the clothes longer to dry. Your vent on top of the house usually has some type of screen around it to prevent birds and such from getting inside the vent pipe and making a nest. The screen is likely restricted with lint causing a lack of airflow over the heating element. I recommend removing the vent cap and vent hose from the wall and use a leaf blower to blow all the residual lint up and out the vent.

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Joey S -
Sears Technician
October 28, 2009
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Your suggestion worked great! The dryer is running correctly. I'm sure the vent had never been cleaned in the 15 years of operation. Thanks for your help!

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drubenow -
November 01, 2009
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