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Adele Adams

Error Code E 64

by Adele Adams Last activity date:
August 4th, 2012

My Frigidaire Affinity Dryer (Model FASE7073LW0) has an E 64 service code error. What does that mean?

Dryers , Frigidaire , Washers
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Malfunctions are upsetting. The error codes do help to get them fixed.

The E64 indicates a heater open circuit, heating element or wiring defect. Check heater coils and connections for open circuits. Replace heater and/or wiring, then retest.

Always disconnect the dryer when performing any service or repairs.

I would recommend just replacing the entire heating element to avoid overlooking a second defective part. Before taking that step, check the thermal fuse. It should read 0 on the meter. If it is the defective part, then you can save some money. The following video can help to access the dryer to make repairs.



The schematic image is below if you feel comfortable making these checks and repairs. If not, you can schedule a qualified technician here;

Sears Home Services


Parts and diagrams can be viewed here;

Sears Parts Direct


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When you start the dryer it runs for about 15 - 30 seconds then it stops, beeps and shows an E64 service code.
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August 3rd, 2012
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While waiting for an expert response on the Fridgidaire Affinity dryer error code of E64, it would help the to have detailed information as to what is going on with the dryer. Just click on reply to continue the thread. An expert will respond within two days.
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