Is your Frigidaire washing machine hot water not working? If so, you’ve come to the right place. This easy-to-follow guide gives you steps on how to fix this issue, so, without further ado, let’s get right to it…
Frigidaire Washing Machine Hot Water Not Working — Solved
If you aren’t getting any hot water in your Frigidaire washing machine, you’ll need to replace the heater element. Here’s how to do this…
Step 1. Ensure that you unplug your washing machine from its power supply before attempting any repairs in order to prevent electrocution.
Step 2. Use a Philips screwdriver to take out the screws holding the back panel of your washing machine. Pull the panel off your washer and set it aside.
Step 3. The heater assembly is mounted at the base of your washing machine’s tub. Disconnect the electrical connectors attached to the heater element. Use a 10mm socket wrench to de-thread the mounting nut holding the heater element.
Step 4. Using a flat-blade screwdriver, pry the heater element out of the tub. Take your new heater element out of its packaging. Push the new heater into the slot at the bottom of the outer tub and apply the mounting bolt to secure it.
Step 5. Connect all the electrical connectors to the new heater element. Put the rear panel of your washing machine back on and apply the screws with your Philips screwdriver to secure it.
Step 6. Plug your washing machine back to its power source and run a wash cycle to see if everything is working properly.
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