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1959 Frigidaire Dryer Service Tech-Talk


Published by Frigidaire in 1959-- Full and comprehensive service manual to all 1959 Frigidaire dryers, both Filtrator and Air-Flow. Goes into how the filtrator system works, plus full specifications and repair information for all models.

Models include: DCI-59, DI-59, DCD-59, DD-59

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1959 Frigidaire Dryer Service Tech-Talk
Published in 1959

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MODELS DD-59, DCD-59, DI-59 and DCI-59 ELECTRIC CLOTHES DRYERS Tech-Talk Repair Manual
Volume IX, No. 6A APPLIANCE July 1958

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INDEX

Construction and Operation
Features
Home Ec-Talk
Installation Instructions
Converting to 120 Volt Operation
Dryer Installation
Electrical Recommendations
Grounding Recommendations
Installation Dimensional Diagrams
Starting and Testing
Service Diagnosis

Service Operations
Cabinet Interior Service
(DD-59, DCD-59, DI-59)
Chamber, Exhaust Air-Replacement
Drum-Replacement
Plate, Loading Port-Replacement
Switch, Door-Replacement
Cabinet Interior Service (DCI-59)
Drum-Replacement
Heater, Removing Assembly
Heater, Removing Elements
Lamp, Interior-Replacement

Plate, Loading Port-Replacement.
Subtop-Removal
Control Housing Service (DD-59, DCD-59)
Escutcheon-Removal
Housing-Removal
Lamp, Fluorescent and Components
-Replacement (DCD-59)
Switch, Selector-Replacement (DCD-59)
Timer-Replacement
Control Housing Service (DI-59, DCI-59)
Buzzer-Replacement
Dial and Indicator, Timer-Removal
Housing-Removal
Indicator Components, Heat Selector
-Removal (DCI-59)
Lamp, Fluorescent and Components
-Replacement
Panels, Front-Removal
Switch, Selector-Replacement (DI-59)
Thermostat-Replacement (DCI-59)
-Checking "Cutoff" (DCI-59)
Timer-Replacement
Fan and Motor Assembly-Removal
Filtrator Components-Replacement
(DCI-59)
Heater-Replacement (Including Cover and Reflector) (DD-59, DCD-59, DI-59)
Hose and Nozzle, Sprinkler-Removal
(DI-59, DCI-59)
Lint Removal (Cleaning) (DCI-59)
Lint Tray and Screen-Replacement (Including Catch) (DD-59,
DCD-59, DI-59)
Panels, Door-Replacement
(DCI-59)(DD-59, DCD-59, DI-59)
Panels, Front-Replacement (Including Door Switch) (DCI-59)
Panels, Side-Replacement (DCI-59)
Pulley and Components, Drum-Removal (DCI-59)
Strike, Door-Replacement (DCI-59)
Switch, Drum Safety-Replacement
(DCI-59)
Switch, Temperature Safety-Replacement
Top, Product-Replacement
Treadle, Door Opening-Replacement
(DCI-59)
Trim, Bottom Front-Replacement
(DCI-59)

Specifications

Tools

Venting (DD-59, DCD-59, DI-59)

Wiring Diagrams

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FRIGIDAIRE AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC DRYERS (1959 LINE)

Introduction

The 1959 Line of Frigidaire Automatic Electric Dryers consists of the following models:

DD-59-DeLuxe Model-120/240 V. or 120 V.- Baked Enamel Finish, Figure 1

DCD-59-Custom DeLuxe Model-120/240 V. or 120 V.-Baked Enamel Cabinet and Porcelain Enamel Top, Figure 2

DI-59-Imperial Model-120/240 V. or 120 V.- Baked Enamel Cabinet and Porcelain Enamel Top, Figure 3

DCI-59-Custom Imperial Model-120/240 V. or 120 V. - Porcelain Enamel Finish, Figure 4

Imperial and Custom Imperial models are available in colored exterior-Pink, Yellow, Turquoise, Charcoal Gray and Aztec Copper.

Figure 2 Model DCD-59 Electric Dryer

Figure 1 Model DD-59 Electric Dryer

Figure 3 Model DI-59 Electric Dryer

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Specifications For 1959 Frigidaire Clothes Dryers

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Figure 4 Model DCI-59 Electric Dryer

New Features for 1959

SAFETY DOOR LATCH-ALL MODELS: The dryer door latch and strike contact surfaces, Figure 5, have been redesigned to provide both positive closure and easy release from inside the dryer. This safety feature is most desirable on appliances.

INTERIOR LAMP-IMPERIAL MODELS: An interior lamp, Figure 6, has been added on the Imperial Model. It mounts by means of a bracket at the dryer rear. A hole in the shell permits light to illuminate the interior. A defective lamp can be replaced by removing dryer rear cover.

Figure 5 Safety Door Latch and Strike

CYCLE-END BUZZER - IMPERIAL AND CUSTOM IMPERIAL MODELS: Imperial and Custom Imperial Models incorporate a cycle-end buzzer, Figures 6 and

7. The buzzer is energized for a maximum of 45 seconds at the end of the timed drying cycle on these models. It is not energized at the end of the automatic drying cycle.

AUTOMATIC SPRINKLER-IMPERIAL AND CUSTOM IMPERIAL MODELS: Imperial and Custom Imperial Models feature a built-in clothes sprinkling system, Figures 6 and 7. Sprinkling is accomplished by means of a tank located in the control housing and a rubber hose leading from the tank to a plastic sprinkler nozzle which locates in a hole in the center of the drum-shaft. The nozzle extends through the shaft to permit the ejection of water into the dryer drum. The rubber hose is supported by a mounting bracket at the dryer rear and internally by a piece of copper tube extending from the bracket to the nozzle.

To use the sprinkler, clothes are placed in the drum, the heat selector is set for Sprinkler or Sprinkle Cycle, the Timer is set at Sprinkler (17 minute marking on

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CYCLE-END BUZZER
SPRINKLER TANK
RUBBER HOSE
HOSE
MOUNTING BRACKET AND SCREWS
SPRINKLER
NOZZLE
INTERIOR LAMP AND SOCKET
LAMP MOUNTING BRACKET

Figure 6 DI-59 Rear Covers Removed

timer dial) to start operation and the recommended amount of water is poured into the fill opening. Water is ejected in a fine spray from the plastic nozzle located in the drum shaft. At the end of the cycle, the buzzer will sound, indicating the clothes are dampened and ready for immediate ironing.

HEAT SELECTION-CUSTOM DELUXE MODELS:

The Custom DeLuxe Model, comparable, except for cabinet finish, to the DDP-58 Model in all other features, now incorporates a heat selector, Figure 8, for the choice of NORMAL temperature or NO HEAT.

AUTOMATIC DRYING AND TIMED DRYING: IMPERIAL AND CUSTOM IMPERIAL MODELS

Two types of drying, automatic or timed, are offered for the first time by Frigidaire on the Imperial and Custom Imperial Models. The use of timed drying remains the same as in past years; namely, that temperature and time are manually selected by the user for the type fabric to be dried. In this operation, the timer motor runs at all times.

The automatic drying cycle for the 1959 Imperial and Custom Imperial dryers approaches an ideal dryer

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SPRINKLER TANK

RUBBER HOSE
IDLER PULLEY
MOTOR PULLEY
CYCLE-END BUZZER
HEATER ASSEMBLY
TEMPERATURE SAFETY SWITCH
SPRINKLER
NOZZLE
DRUM PULLEY TERMINAL BLOCK
DRUM SAFETY SWITCH
HOSE
MOUNTING BRACKET AND SCREWS

Figure 7 DCI-59 Rear Covers Removed

mechanism. The user no longer has to convert a load of washed material into a time setting of minutes and a temperature in either degrees or any other temperature nomenclature. The proper settings at best judgment on a straight timed dryer are usually learned only after several loads and with the aid of a table in an instruction booklet. The automatic cycle user merely has to distinguish the type of fabric of her clothes load. This is generally obvious to the average housewife. She sets the dial marked for type of fabric which indirectly establishes the drying time and temperature. The settings are always the same regardless of load size or moisture content.

The automatic drying cycle is based on temperature. During the drying period, the timer runs only when the heaters are off and conversely the timer is off when the

heaters are energized. This has been accomplished by installing single-pole, double-throw thermostats. The heat sensitive switches determine the circuits to accomplish the above operation. The heaters are always on longer to satisfy the thermostat when a larger load or greater amount of moisture is in the drum. Thus the variable total drying time is accomplished because the timer will not advance toward SHUTOFF unless the thermostat is satisfied. The spacings of the settings in the automatic portion of the timer have been calibrated to give approximately the same time and heat cycles for a corresponding load if it were accurately set on the present time cycle.

The automatic cycle has been accepted to be superior to a regular timed cycle because the clothes will never be under-dry or over-dry.


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TIMER AND SELECTOR SWITCH

MOUNTING SCREWS AND MOUNTING SCREWS

Figure 8

DCD-59 Control Housing - Knobs Removed

Nofe: The temperature selector on DI-59 and DCI-59 models should always be set to "Delicate" for proper automatic drying operation whenever these models are installed on 2 wire, 120 volt, electrical supply. (See Electrical Recommendations.)

HEATING ELEMENT CHANGE-DELUXE, CUSTOM DELUXE, AND IMPERIAL MODELS: The open coil type heater, Figure 9, used on venting type dryers, has been improved to reduce the possibility of failure. The heater frame has been relocated to prevent contact between the frame and the heater coil. A single coil is used requiring the use of only two terminal studs instead of three. The coil ends are permanently attached to the studs and the diameter of the coil has been increased to provide freer air movement over the heater. Special 208 volt or 250 volt heaters are available for special voltage conditions in some areas. This improved heater will be available as a replacement for 1957 and 1958 venting type dryers.

549

Figure 9

Improved Open Coil Type Heater

Construction and Operation

The DeLuxe, Custom DeLuxe, and Imperial Model dryers have a wrap-around, all steel cabinet on three sides. The Custom Imperial model has removable side and front panels, as well as a subtop and an interior frame.

DeLuxe and Custom DeLuxe Models incorporate a 145 minute timer which permits the heating element to be energized for a maximum of 135 minutes. The additional 10 minutes are utilized at the end of the drying period to permit the clothes to start cooling, with the heating element de-energized. The drying time-can be varied by setting the timer dial to the desired length of drying time.

Imperial and Custom Imperial Models incorporate 115 minute timers which provide 24 minutes, ON time only, for the automatic drying cycle, and 85 minutes for the timed drying cycle, the last 10 minutes of which the heating element is de-energized.

Figures 10 and 11, illustrate the air flow and clothes drying methods employed on all dryers. Further details regarding these principles may be found in , Volume VIII, No. 3A, Pages 50, 51, and 52.

Special: The efficiency of the airflow system in De-Luxe, Custom DeLuxe, and Imperial Models is dependent upon proper sealing.

A test can be performed on these dryers to be certain of proper air flow by turning on the dryer and permitting it to run from a cold start with no load in the drum. Set the temperature selector knob, if present, to NORMAL. The heater should immediately energize and remain energized for from 5 to 8 minutes.

Should the heater cut off too soon or too late, defective sealing and/or defective thermostat operation is indicated and proper corrective measures should be taken.

SHOW ROOM DISPLAY: For display purposes, all dryers designed for 120/240 volt, 3-wire service can be installed by substituting a 2-wire service cord with conventional two-blade plug for the standard three-blade plug. Connect the leads from this service cord to the Black terminal and the White (Neutral) terminal on the terminal block. Make certain that the Neutral terminal is not grounded on such a hookup as a shock will result. With the product wired in this manner, the heating elements are not energized.

Nofe: The wiring diagrams for all dryers contain electrical instructions for displaying the product.

Electrical Recommendations

ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS SHOULD CONFORM TO THE NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE AND TO SUCH LOCAL REGULATIONS AS MIGHT APPLY.

It is the user's responsibility to provide the necessary electrical facilities as follows:

DD-59, DCD-59, DI-59, and DCI-59: 120/240 volt, 3-wire, separate branch circuit fused for 30 amperes.


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Figure 1 0 Model DCI-59 Air Circulation

MOTOR

BLOWER

A56

Figure 1 1

Models DD-59, DCD 59 and DI-59 Air Circulation

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Use either 3/4z rigid conduit or armored cable or, preferably, a standard range cord and plug assembly (pigtail).

When using a pigtail, a suitable 3-wire receptacle should be mounted on the wall adjacent to the dryer, readily accessible to the user.

If rigid conduit or armored cable is used, the branch circuit must be provided with an approved 30 ampere switch at the distribution panel or at the dryer.

The Cabinet Must Be Grounded-A grounding strap is attached to each terminal block bracket. If it is desired to use the strap for grounding purposes, the free end of the strap must be attached to the center terminal. If a separate grounding wire is required, a No. 14 AWG wire with solderless connector can be attached to the screw provided on the terminal block bracket and then run to an approved grounding electrode such as a cold water pipe.

DD-59, DCD-59, DI-59 and DCI-59 Models Converted to 120 Volt Operation:

(120 Volt, 2-wire separate branch circuit fused for 20 amperes.)

All dryers can be converted to 2-wire, 120 volt operation by changing the Red lead at the terminal block from the Red to the White terminal and by using Cord Package No. 5876843 for connecting the dryer to the source of

Common Wall Receptacle (Must be Grounded if Pigtail is Attached)

Supply Cord Cap (Grounding Type)

A50

Adapter (EA-99675)

Pigtail for Grounding

Figure 1 3 Electrical Receptacle Using Adapter

electrical supply. The 3-conductor cord in this package has a 3-wire attachment plug cap of the grounding type. One conductor is colored Green and must be attached to the terminal block mounting bracket. Use a grounded receptacle, Figure 12, for receiving the 3-blade connector. If the receptacle is not grounded, use Adapter Piece No. EA-99675, Figure 13, to ground the receptacle by means of the grounding pigtail.

Note: Special Heater, Piece No. 5429923, is available for DCI-59 models converted to 120 volt operation to provide slightly shorter drying times, if required. Electrically, only one heater is required in place of the two already on the product.

Installation Instructions

GENERAL: It is suggested that the dryer be uncrated in the warehouse or store and be inspected for any transit damage. During delivery, the dryer should be wrapped in protective padding and secured to the delivery truck to prevent damage from product shifting. The base of the crate and the drum support pads should be left with the dryer until it reaches its point of use. Figures 14 and 15 illustrate installation steps. Installation dimensions are detailed in these illustrations.

ALL MODELS: Remove the crate base and lay the product on its left side (protect with padding). Assemble a hex nut to each leveling glide and install one glide at each corner of the cabinet base. (Glides and nuts are in the cloth bag shipped in the condensate pan on Custom Imperial models and in the drum on DeLuxe, Custom DeLuxe, and Imperial models.)

ALL MODELS: Remove the terminal block cover from the rear of the dryer and connect the White lead of the supply cord or cable to the center (Neutral) terminal. The Red and the Black leads must be attached to the outer terminals for 120/240 volt operation. If the dryer is to be grounded by means of the grounding strap, the free end of the strap should also be attached to the Neutral terminal.

All Models Converted to 120 Volt Operation:

See Electrical Recommendations for Supply Cord Installation.

DCI-59:

A permanent drain can be provided for these models if desired. Remove the plug from the rear of the condensate pan and attach the necessary length of rubber or plastic hose to the drain spud in the rear of the dryer. Place a screen, Piece No. 5433861 available from your distributor, in the rear of the pan, Figure 35. Adjust the leveling glides to provide a y8" slope from front to rear; lock the glides with the lock nuts.

Note: Use the shelf above the drain pan for leveling.

DD-59, DCD-59 and DI-59 Models:

The leveling glides for these models must be adjusted to level the cabinet-no slope is necessary. Lock the glides in place with lock nuts.

Supply Cord Cap (Grounding Type)

A50

Grounded Wall Receptacle

Figure 1 2 Grounded Electrical Receptacle

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Remove the exterior carton and inspect the dryer for transit damage.

Note: Drum support pads should be removed after completing Step 3.

Install a standard range cord (pigtail). Note that the neutral (white) connects to the center terminal along with the free end of the grounding strap if one is used. (See Electrical Instructions)

Protect the dryer with padding and lay it on its left side . Remove the crate base. Install a hex nut on each glide (glides and nuts are in a cloth bag in the condensate pan) .

Figure 14

DCI-59 Installation Dimensions


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Remove the exterior carton and inspect the dryer for transit damage.

Figure 1 5

DD-59, DCD-59 and DI-59 Installation Dimensions
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Start and Test the Dryer as Follows:

DCI-59 Model:

• Thoroughly wipe the inside of the drum and close the door.

• Make sure the Filtrator and the condensate pan are in place.

• Set the timer knob to OFF and plug in the service cord.

• Set the temperature indicator to REGULAR and turn the timer knob to 20 minute setting. The drum should rotate with the heater energized.

• Depress the door treadle, the door should open and the drum should stop rotating.

• Test the fluorescent lamp by pressing the switch located at the bottom, left side of the control housing.

DD-59, DCD-59 and D/-59 Models:

• Thoroughly wipe the inside of the drum and close the door.

• Make sure lint tray is in place.

• Move timer knob to OFF. Plug in service cord (pigtail).

• Set temperature selector knob to NORMAL (DI-59 and DCD-59 Models only).

• Turn timer knob to 20 minute setting. Drum should rotate and heater be energized.

• Depress door opener button. Door should unlatch and open; drum should stop rotating. On DI-59 models the drum lamp should be lit.

• Close door; drum rotation should resume.

• Test operation of back panel fluorescent lamp, except on DD-59 model, by depressing switch.

Optional Venting:

(DD-59, DCD-59, and DI-59 Models):

The dryer is designed to vent into the laundry area or through openings provided at the right rear or at the right side near the back (covered with plate). As factory set, moisture laden air is discharged through an opening in the bottom front. The discharge air duct can be relocated to divert air flow to either optional opening as follows:

1. Remove exhaust duct collar mounted at right rear opening with four screws.

2. Relocate collar at desired opening.

3. Remove discharge air duct from normal location at front exhaust chamber. Gain access by reaching into product through motor access opening or rear vent opening. Loosen metal ring and screw used to mount duct in front and reuse at desired location.

A vent package is available from Frigidaire Distributors for outside venting. Installation instructions are included.

DRYER DIAGNOSIS CHART

PROBLEM AND CAUSE REMEDY
Overdrying (All Models): Thermostat setting too high. Defective temperature safety switch. Clothes not tumbling properly. Timer defective or binding. Adjust or replace thermostat. Replace switch. Check drum rpm-Adjust pulley, belt, or both to obtain 51 rpm. Check and replace if necessary.
Timer Does Not Advance (All Models): Note: When the automatic drying cycle is used on DI-59 and DCI-59 models, the timer advances only when the-heater is off. Inoperative timer motor-case burned out or contacts welded. Check electrical wiring to timer. Replace complete timer. Correct accordingly.
Drum Rotates, Heater Will Not Heat (All Models) : Burned out heating elements. Loose electrical connections at element terminals. Defective thermostat. Defective temperature safety switch. Main line fuse blown. Replace element. Tighten connections. Check electrical continuity through thermostat, replace if necessary. Check electrical continuity through switch, replace it if necessary. Replace 30 ampere fuse.
Cannot Obtain Desired Temperature (All Models) : Incorrect thermostat setting. Selector Switch defective. Check electrical wiring to selector switch. Adjust or replace thermostat. Replace switch. Correct accordingly.

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PROBLEM AND CAUSE

REMEDY

Drum Will Not Rotate (All Models) :

No electrical supply to product.

Broken pulley belt.

Tripped overload protector in motor.

Defective timer.

Defective door switch contacts.

Loose electrical connections.

Drum Safety Switch not adjusted properly (DCI-59 only)

Vibration or Noisy Operation (All Models) :

Loose fan.

Loose motor.

Pulley loose.

Loose drum nut.

Loose drum at hub.

Loose or broken loading port panel.

Lint on drum rollers. (DCI-59 only)

Drum front flange irregular. (DCI-59 only)

Worn belts.

Nylon slides chatter behind port plate. (DD-59, DCD-59, and DI-59 Models only.)

Drying Time Too Long ( DD-59, DCD-59, and DI-59) : Note: See analysis procedure, Page LP-8 Clogged lint screen. Also poor seal.

Improper drum seal-front and/or rear.

Lint obstructing exhaust duct.

Improper heating element operation.

Cycle-End Buzzer Not Operating (DI-59 and DCI-59) : Defective buzzer.

Check electrical wiring to buzzer.

Drying Time Too Long (DCI-59):

Lint obstructing exhaust holes in Filtrator base. Lint obstructing Filtrator holes.

Air leaks at Filtrator seal and/or door seal.

Steaming at Back (DCI-59) :

Lint obstructing Filtrator base holes. Poor loading port plate seal.

Poor door seal.

Ozone Lamp or Drum Lamp Will Not Light (DI-59 and DCI-59):

Lamp burned out. (Lamps wired in series therefore, if one is out, neither will light.)

Inoperative or defective door switch.

Check supply source, continuity through supply cord, connections at terminal block.

Replace belt.

Wait for protector to reset.

(Built into motor.)

Check electrical supply through timer, replace if necessary.

Replace switch.

Check all terminals.

Adjust switch.

Tighten or replace fan.

Tighten motor mounts.

Replace pulleys or adjust belts.

Tighten or replace nut. Stake in place.

Tighten hub screws.

Tighten port plate screws, or replace panel.

Clean lint from rollers and from inside of loading port plate.

Straighten flange or replace drum.

Replace belts.

The use of Lubriplate on the port plate slides and felt will stop the noise. Also check drum front flange for rough edges. Replace drum if necessary. Check thickness of felt around front flange and for proper location of felt.

Clean screen. Check and adjust seals. Reposition or replace felt seals.

Check and clean accordingly.

Check and replace heater if necessary.

Check and replace buzzer if necessary. Correct accordingly.

Clean lint from holes in Filtrator base. See Figure 41. Clean lint from Filtrator holes.

Check seals; adjust or replace as necessary.

Clean lint from Filtrator base holes. Adjust or replace seal.

Adjust or replace seal.

Replace lamp. Replace switch.

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PROBLEM AND CAUSE

REMEDY

Fluorescent Lamp Will Not Light (DI-59, DCI-59 and DCD-59) : Defective lamp.

Defective starter.

Defective ballast.

Defective ON-OFF switch.

Water Will Not Flow From Pan Through Drain Line (DCI-59):

Inadequate slope of product-l/g" slope of base from front to rear.

Inadequate drain level.

Clogged opening in drain pan.

Water Leaking Around Base (DCI-59): Product not level.

Drain pan overflowing.

Drain pan plug missing.

Poor drain pan seal.

Poor door seal.

Poor seal between frame and shell.

Poor Filtrator seal at front and/or rear.

Water Not Flowing-Automatic Sprinkler (DI-59 and DCI-59) :

No water in container.

Rubber hose kinked or restricted.

Nozzle restricted.

Miscellaneous (All Models):

Cloth tears and holes.

a. Pins or foreign objects in drum.

b. Rough drum surface.

c. Bleach damage.

d. Reason unknown.

Replace lamp. Replace starter. Replace ballast. Replace switch.

Relevel product.

Relocate drain.

Clean opening and be certain screen is located in drain pan.

Relevel product. Use shelf above drain pan for leveling. Clogged drain line.

Install plug.

Adjust or replace seal.

Adjust or replace seal.

Reseal with permagum.

Adjust or replace seals. Also check Filtrator for excessive vertical or horizontal play in its compartment. Use y8" spacers to raise condenser base. Seal with permagum.

Instruct user.

Check and correct hose formation or mounting.

Insert a straight pin in nozzle orifice to relieve restriction.

Remove all objects.

Replace drum.

Check clothes with black light.

Instruct user on proper use of bleach.

(See Volume V, No. 2A.)

Check damage by pets, children, insects, chemicals, etc.

TOOLS

Tools recommended for servicing the 1959 Electric Volt-Wattmeter .......Piece No. 12087

Dryers, in addition to regular hand tools, include the Ohmmeter..............Piece No. 12145

following: Black Light...........Piece No. 12199

Test Lamp .............Piece No. 12167 These may be obtained from your Frigidaire

Oven Tester ...........Piece No. 12102 Distributor.

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Service Operations

Duplication, repetition, and back referencing of individual service steps has been held to a minimum by the use, wherever possible, of a comprehensive category covering a particular area of the product, such as "Control Housing Service."

Some service operations will require access to the rear of the dryer by moving it. The following operations can be performed without moving the dryer:

Timer-Replacement Trim, Housing Lower-

Replacement Dial and Indicator, Timer-

Replacement I DI-59 and

Tank, Sprinkler-Replacement > DCI-59 Ballast, Fluorescent Lamp-

Replacement Cover, Sprinkler Tank-

Replacement Buzzer-Replacement

Treadle, Door Opening-Replacement Trims, Bottom Front-Replacement Filtrator and Condensate Pan Components-Replacement Heat Selector Indicator Components-

Replacement Panels, Door and Strike-Replacement Selector Switch-Replacement Supports, Lamp End-Replacement

Lint Tray and Screen-

Replacement Catch, Lint Tray-7 Replacement Plate, Loading Port and Seals-

Replacement

Cover, Control Housing Top-

Replacement Panels, Control Housing Front-

Replacement Fluorescent Lamp-Replacement Lamp Starter and Base-

^Replacement

Lamp Holders-Replacement Lamp Switch-Replacement

DCI-59

DI-59

DCD-59

DD-59, DCD-59 and DI-59 All Models

All Models except DD-59

To avoid repetition in the copy, always disconnect service cord when performing an operation involving an electrical control or component.

Assembly steps are the reverse of the disassembly steps, unless otherwise specified.

A. Control Housing Service -DD-59 and DCD-59 Models:

Fluorescent Lamp and Components Removal (DCD-59 Only): Figure 16

1. Unsnap and remove the control housing top cover and remove the fluorescent lamp and the lamp starter.

2. Remove the plastic lamp shield, switch insulator (fishpaper), and the lamp switch.

3. Remove the lamp starter, base, ballast, and holders by removing the necessary mounting screws.

Note: Two electrical leads, one from the fluorescent lamp and one from a lamp holder must be disconnected at the timer. Use a marr connector when reassembling the lamp holder lead.

Selector Switch and/or Timer Removal - Figure 16:

1. Remove the control housing rear cover.

2. Remove all electrical leads from the switch and/or the timer.

3. Pull the switch and/or timer knobs from position. (Figure 8)

4. Remove the switch and/or timer mounting screws.

5. Remove the switch and/or the timer.

Note: On DD-59 Models only, transfer the two mounting spacers from the defective timer to the replacement timer. ,

Housing and Escutcheon Removal - Figure 16:

Note: The escutcheon only can be removed for replacement by removing the switch and/or timer knobs and the housing rear cover to gain access to the twist tabs from the dryer rear.

6. On DCD-59 Models only, first perform Steps 1 through 3 under Fluorescent Lamp and Components Removal, then remove the four screws which mount the control housing ends. Remove the two ends.

LAMP HOLDER CONTROL HOUSING LAMP BALLAST SELECTOR SWITCH TIMER

LAMP SHIELD

LAMP STARTER AND BASE

FLUORESCENT LAMP

LAMP

HOUSING END

Figure 1 6

DCD-59 Control Housing -Rear Covers Removed

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7. At the rear of the dryer, free the top by removing the three screws which secure the top and rear cover to the dryer shell.

8. Slide the top back several inches to permit access to the underside.

9. From the underside, remove the four housing mounting screws - two at each end.

10. Remove the housing and escutcheon as an assembly.

11. Remove the escutcheon from the housing-mounted with twist tabs.

B. Control Housing Service -DI-59 and DCI-59 Models:

Fluorescent Lamp and Components Removal: Figures 17 and 18

1. Disengage two spring clips which locate the control housing top cover at the dryer rear. Clips are mounted to the rear cover with one screw each.

2. Raise the rear of the cover, slide forward and remove.

Note: The sprinkler tank cover can be removed by removing the hinge pin.

3. Remove the fluorescent lamp and remove any of the following:

a. Lamp starter and starter base-The base mounts to the rear cover.

b. Lamp ballast-mounted to the dryer top.

c. Lamp holders-mounted to the rear cover.

4. Remove the control housing lower trim and the fluorescent lamp switch as an assembly-two screws, one at each end of the trim.

Note: The switch can be replaced by disconnecting the electrical leads and unscrewing the switch mounting knurled nut. Locate the lockwasher behind the lower trim when reassembling the switch.

Front Panels, Timer Dial and Indicator, and Sprinkler Tank Removal - Figures 17 and 18:

5. Remove all control knobs from their position.

6. Loosen the front mounting screws for each housing end to permit the ends to pivot outward. Spread the ends.

7. On DI-59 Models, remove the metal front panel and the plastic light shield.

Note: When reassembling the panel and light shield, locate the shield tabs in the panel before locating the assembly in the groove in one of the ends. With one end located, realign both ends to properly locate the panel and shield.

On DCI-59 Models, remove the plastic panel and light shield assembly.

8. Remove the timer dial-mounted to the control plate with two screws.

9. Pull the dial indicator from the timer shaft.

10. Remove the two sprinkler tank to top mounting screws.

11. Lift upward the tank, disconnect the tube at the bottom of the tank and remove the tank.

Timer, Buzzer, Selector Switch -Figures 17 and

18:

Note: Proceed from Step 9, omitting 10 and 11.

12. Remove the control mounting plate from the two plate supports and lay the plate forward on the dryer top.

13. Remove the mounting screws for and all electrical leads to any of the following:

Timer Buzzer

Selector Switch (DI-59 Only)

Thermostat Removal, DC 1-59 Only-Figures 18

and 19:

14. On DCI-59 Models, remove the heat indicator guide and plate assembly by removing the two mounting screws and, leaving the indicator slide in place on the guide, by freeing the cord from the idler pulley.

15. Remove the complete assembly from the control plate, including the cord and indicator drive pulley.

16. With the dryer rear cover removed, reach in through the lamp socket opening and remove the thermostat bulb and capillary line from its mounting inside the dryer. Feed the bulb and line through the opening provided in the dryer top.

17. Remove the thermostat to control plate mounting screws.

18. Remove all electrical connections at the thermostat. Remove the thermostat.

Heat Selector Indicator Components Removal,

DCI-59 Only - Figure 19:

Note: Proceed from Step 15, omitting 16, 17, 18.

19. Servicing of the heat selector indicator components is as follows:

a. Idler Pulley-remove the mounting screw, remove the pulley.

b. Spring-remove the spring from the cord.

c. Indicator Guide and Plate Assembly-Remove the two mounting screws and position the indicator slide as far toward the drive pulley as possible. Slide the guide and plate assembly toward the idler pulley and remove.

d. Cord-Remove the guide and plate assembly and the cord and drive pulley, Steps 14 and 15. Remove the broken cord from the drive pulley and slide by cutting where necessary. Discard the broken cord, clip and eyelets. Assemble a new cord, clip and two new eyelets, furnished as a unit package, to the drive pulley and slide in accordance with Figure 20.

e. Drive Pulley-Follow the same procedure as for CORD.

f. Indicator Slide-Follow the same procedure as for CORD.

Note: Permit the slide locating clip to remain loose on the cord until all components are reassembled to the control mounting plate. Slide should then be indexed properly to agree with thermostat settings and housing front panel graduations.

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FRONT PANEL AND SHIELD
DIAL
TIMER DIAL LAMP BALLAST
THERMOSTAT AND MOUNTING SCREWS
BUZZER MOUNTING SCREWS
TIMER KNOB
COVER CLIPS HOUSING END
FLUORESCENT LAMP LAMP HOLDER
LAMP HOLDER
LAMP STARTER
TIMER AND MOUNTING SCREWS
LAMP SWITCH, NUT AND WASHER
CONTROL PLATE SPRINKLER TANK
LOWER TRIM AND MOUNTING SCREW

Figure 1 7

DI-59 Front View of Control Housing and Components

Figure 1 8

DCI-59 Front View of Control Housing and Components

SPRINKLER TANK COVER CLIPS FLUORESCENT LAMP LAMP HOLDER HOUSING END
INDICATOR AND GUIDE ASSEMBLY AND MOUNTING SCREWS
LOWER TRIM AND MOUNTING SCREW
BUZZER MOUNTING SCREWS
FRONT PANEL AND SHIELD
TANK COVER
TIMER KNOB HEAT SELECTOR KNOB
COVER CLIPS HOUSING END LAMP
LAMP SWITCH
DIAL INDICATOR
TIMER
LAMP STARTER
TIMER AND MOUNTING SCREWS
CONTROL

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THERMOSTAT MOUNTING SCREWS

CONTROL PLATE
INDICATOR AND GUIDE MOUNTING SCREWS
INDICATOR SLIDE
INDICATOR DRIVE PULLEY
CORD
EYELET
SPRING
INDICATOR IDLER PULLEY
EYELET
PULLEY MOUNTING SCREW
INDICATOR AND GUIDE ASSEMBLY
EYELET

Figure 1 9

DCI-59 Heat Selector Indicator Components

EYELET 2. POSITION DRIVE PULLEY ON CORD TO DIMENSION SHOWN.

DETAIL

3. LOOP ENDS OF CORD, ASSEMBLE AND CRIMP EYELETS TO CORD AS SHOWN IN DETAIL.

4. RELOCATE THE SLIDE IN ITS GUIDE AND FORM CORD AS SHOWN IN FIGURE 2. (GUIDE AND IDLER PULLEY WERE NOT REMOVED FROM THE DRYER)

5. CONNECT THE SPRING TO THE ENDS OF THE CORD AT "A" AND "B" . (SPRING WAS REMOVED AND MUST BE REUSED)

NOTE: AFTER COMPONENTS ARE REASSEMBLED TO THE DRYER, ADJUST THE SLIDE FOR PROPER CALIBRATION IN ITS GUIDE AND CRIMP THE CLIP TO THE CORD.

CORD MUST WRAP AROUND DRIVE PULLEY 1-1/2 TIMES.

Figure 20

DCI-59 Indicator Cord Assembly Detail

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Ends and Housing Removal - Figures 17 and 18:

Proceed from Step 7, omitting 8 through 19.

20. Remove the five housing rear cover mounting screws, three at the bottom of the cover and two at the top -remove the cover.

21. Remove the three top holddown screws at the rear of the dryer. The top can now be partially removed from the dryer.

22. DI-59 Models: Push the top backward to gain access to the end mounting nuts on the underside. DCI-59 Models: Raise the top at its rear, slide it forward to free it from its front locating clips, then slide the top back to gain access to the end mounting nuts on the underside.

23. Remove the end mounting screws and nuts-two screws and two nuts for each end.

24. Remove the necessary support or supports.

C. Top -Replacement on DD-59 and DCD-59

Models:

1. Remove the dryer rear cover, Step A-7.

2. Remove the control housing rear cover.

3. Disconnect the necessary electrical leads in the control housing area to permit pulling the wiring harness down through the hole provided in the dryer top.

4. Push the top assembly back to disengage it from the cabinet and remove the top and control housing as an assembly.

5. Remove the top front trim.

Note: The top front trim only can be removed by following Steps A-7 and A-8 and then positioning the top assembly forward to gain access to the trim locating tabs under the top front flange.

6. Perform the Control Housing Service, Procedure A.

7. Reassemble all components to the replacement top and reassemble the top to the dryer.

D. Top - Replacement on DI-59 and DCI-59

Models:

1. Perform Steps B-l, B-2, B-3, B-5, B-16, B-20, B-21, B-22, B-23 in that order.

2. Slide the complete control housing forward to clear the shafts of the timer and selector switch or thermostat and remove the housing.

3. Disconnect the necessary electrical leads to permit pulling the wiring harness down through the hole provided in the dryer top.

4. Disconnect the rubber hose from the bottom of the sprinkler tank.

5. Remove the top assembly-leaving the controls mounting plate and controls mounted to it.

6. Remove the two control plate supports by removing two screws for each support.

7. Remove the control plate and the controls as an assembly.

8. Remove the top front trim.

Note: The top front trim only can be removed by following Steps B-21 and B-22 and then positioning

the top assembly forward to gain access to the trim locating tabs under the top front flange.

9. Remove the sprinkler tank and lamp ballast.

10. Reassemble all components to the replacement top and reassemble the top to the dryer.

E. Cabinet Interior Service -DD-59, DCD-59 and DI-59 Models:

Plate and Seal, Port-Replacement - Figure 21:

1. Open the door.

2. Remove the port plate and seal assembly-eight screws located behind the lip of the seal. Replace the plate or seal as necessary.

Note: The replacement port plate is furnished with nylon slides and felt seal.

Switch, Door - Replacement - Figure 22:

1. Remove the dryer rear cover.

2. On DI-59 models only, free the top assembly, slide it back and disconnect the sprinkler hose from the tank, Steps B-21, B-22 and D-4.

3. Remove the top assembly complete.

Note: The assembly can be pivoted at the rear, removed from the dryer and permitted to hang as illustrated in Figure 23.

4. Open the door.

5. Reach down inside the front of the dryer and detach the electrical leads from the door switch terminals.

6. Remove the two switch mounting screws. Remove the switch.

Drum - Replacement:

7. Remove the port plate and seal, then proceed with Steps 1 through 4.

8. Reach inside the drum and remove the three drum-to-shaft retainer mounting screws and padded washers.

9. From the top of the dryer, reach in and remove the drum.

Note: The felt seal, Figure 22, at the back of the drum, need not be removed for drum replacement but make certain it is properly located when reassembling the drum.

10. With the drum removed, Figure 22, the following can be replaced if necessary:

a. Heat Control Disc Thermostats-remove the control to chamber mounting screws and all electrical leads.

Note: DI-59 models incorporate two discs. When standing in front and looking down at the chamber, the 145° disc should be in the right hand hole and the 110° disc should be in the left hand hole. DD-59 and DCD-59 models use only the 145° disc.

b. Flexible Ducts-remove the necessary duct mounting clamp rings.

c. Drum Rear Felt Seal and Retaining Ring-remove the mounting screw and nut.
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STRIKE
INSIDE DOOR PANEL
PORT PLATE AND SEAL
B472
HINGE ASSEMBLY AND
MOUNTING PARTS
OUTSIDE DOOR PANEL

Figure 21

DD-59, DCD-59 and DI-59 Door Panels and Components

MOTOR
HIDE ASSEMBLY SPRING
FAN HOUSING
EXHAUST FLEXIBLE DUCT
DRUM SHAFT \ND RETAINER
REAR FELT SEAL AND RETAINING RING
RING MOUNTING SCREW
LINT DRAWER CATCH SPEED NUT
EXHAUST CHAMBER AND AIR DUCT
DOOR SWITCH
DISC THERMOSTAT (145°)
DISC THERMOSTAT (110° DI-59 ONLY)

Figure 22

DD-59, DCD-59 and DI-59 Interior With Drum Removed

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Figure 23 DI-59 With Top Assembly Removed

HEATER
ASSEMBLY
TEMPERATURE SAFETY SWITCH

d. Door Opener and Components-Remove push-on nut, then tap mounting pin from the bottom and pull from position with pliers. Remove the necessary component.

e. Slide Assembly Spring-Unhook.

f. Drum Pulley Shaft-at the dryer rear, remove sprinkler nozzle, DI-59 only, belt, mounting bolt, lockwasher, and plain washer from the shaft. Remove the pulley and woodruff key from the shaft. Remove snap ring and remove the shaft.

g. Dram Shaft Bearing-follow the Step 10-f., then remove eight support mounting screws at the rear, four in the middle and two at each end. Lower channel to gain access to the bearing, remove the bearing.

Chamber, Exhaust Air-Replacement - Figure 22:

Note: Proceed from Step 10b, omitting 10c through

lO.

11. Remove the six screws which mount the chamber to the cabinet front-located around the lint drawer compartment.

12. Remove the rubber seal from the front of the exhaust chamber baffle.

13. Remove the electrical lead clip and screw located on top of the chamber.

14. Tilt the dryer back, and remove the screws which mount the chamber to the cabinet bottom, Figure 24.

14. Remove the chamber and remove the lint drawer catch.

F. Cabinet Interior Service -DCI-59 Models: Interior Lamp - Replacement -Figure 25:

1. Loosen the two screws which secure the lamp socket and housing assembly at the rear of the dryer and remove the assembly.

2. Replace the inoperative lamp and reassemble the socket and housing assembly.

Note: Sockets are replaceable.

Figure 25

DCI-59 Lamp Socket and Housing Detail

CHAMBER TO CABINET BOTTOM
GLIDE
MOTOR
BOLTS

Figure 24

DD-59, DCD-59 and DI-59 Bottom View

Plate, Loading Port- Replacement - Figure 26:

1. Open the dryer door and remove the eight plate mounting screws and fiber washers.

2. Remove the port plate assembly.

3. From the back of the plate, remove the two drum rollers and shields-one screw per roller.

4. Remove the rubber seal and the door opener spring from the plate. Note that the seal joint is at the top of the plate.

Hint: When reassembling the plate to the dryer, locate the right side first, then reach into the dryer and position the drum on the rollers-at the same time, slide the left side of the plate into place.

Heater-Removing Assembly:

Heater - Removing Element from Assembly:

1. Remove the dryer rear cover.

2. Remove the lead, which connects to the temperature
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Figure 26 DCI-59 Loading Port Plate Detail

safety switch, from the left hand heater terminal.

3. Remove the wiring harness from the right hand heater terminal.

4. Remove the three screws which secure the heater assembly in the dryer.

5. Remove the insulation and pull the heater assembly from place.

Note: Figure 27 shows the front locating pin and the element assembly. This pin must be located in its mating hole in the dryer frame upon reassembly.

Figure 28

DCI-59 Removing Element Bracket Screws

Figure 29 DCI-59 Removing Heating Elements

6. Remove the electrical leads from the element to be disassembled.

7. Remove the two screws, Figure 28 which secure the mounting bracket for each element.

8. Pull the element from place, Figure 29.

Subtop -Removal -Figure 30:

Note: Proceed from Step 5, omitting Steps 6 through

9. Free the top assembly, slide it back, and disconnect the sprinkler hose from the tank. Steps B-21, B-22, and D-4.

10. Remove the top assembly complete.

Note: The assembly can be pivoted at the rear, removed from the dryer and permitted to hang as illustrated in Figure 30.

11. Remove the insulation between the top and subtop. Locate aluminum foil side up at time of reassembly.

12. Remove the ten subtop mounting screws and note that two screws mount the shield located over the heater assembly. Also note that four screws mount the insulation locating clips on top of the subtop.

13. Lift the subtop from position.

INSULATION POSITIONING CUPS

Figure 30

DCI-59 Top Assembly Removed

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ASSEMBLY-l THERMOSTAT BULB

AND

MOUNTING BRACKETS

Figure 31

DCI-59 Interior View When Replacing Drum

Drum - Replacement - Figure 3 7:

14. Loosen the two screws which secure the lamp socket and housing assembly at the rear of the dryer and remove the assembly.

15. Open the dryer door and remove the eight port plate mounting screws and fiber washers and remove the port plate assembly.

16. Remove the thermostat bulb and its mounting brackets from inside the dryer to provide sufficient room for drum removal.

17. Remove the three screws which secure the drum to the drum hub.

18. Lift the drum from inside the dryer frame and replace the drum.

Note: Whenever a drum is removed for any reason, use the opportunity to remove all lint from areas otherwise inaccessible.

G. Switch, Temperature Safety - Replacement on

All Models - Figures 7 and 23:

Switch, Drum Safety - Replacement on DCI-59

Model - Figure 7:

1. Remove the dryer rear cover.

2. On DD-59, DCD-59, and DI-59 models, partially remove the top as instructed in Steps C-5 and D-8.

3. Remove the electrical leads from the switch.

4. Remove the two switch mounting screws.

5. Remove and replace the switch.

Note: No adjustment or repair is possible on a temperature safety switch. The drum safety mounting bracket is slotted for switch adjustment, if required.

H. Heating Element, Element Cover, and Reflector - Replacement-Figure 32:

(DD-59, DCD-59 and DI-59 Models)

1. Remove the dryer rear cover.

2. Remove the temperature safety switch, Procedure G.

3. Remove the electrical connections at the two element terminals-one nut and one washer per terminal.

4. Remove the heater assembly from the cabinet- seven screws.

5. Remove the reflector from the cover-three screws.

6. Remove the elements-four screws.

7. Replace element, cover, or reflector.

I. Treadle, Door Opening - Including Bottom Front Trims -Replacement on DCI-59 Model:

1. Remove the Filtrator.

2. Remove the four bottom trim mounting screws- two on front and two on side flange. Remove and replace the trim.

Note: The replacement of the treadle, Figure 33, can be made by following this procedure for the left trim and by tilting the cabinet back to gain access to the screw which mounts the treadle to the slide. Remove the serew and the treadle.

J. Panel, Front-Replacement on DCI-59 Model - Figure 33:

1. Position the dryer top as instructed in Steps B-21 and B-22. Open the door.

2. At the front, remove the panel top mounting screws -two per panel.

3. Remove the bottom trim, either right hand or left hand (Procedure I).

SAFETY SWITCH AND MOUNTING SCREWS HOUSING
HEATER
SHIELD
REFLECTOR (DD-59 AND DCD-59 ONLY)
B1541
HEATER TO HOUSING MOUNTING SCREWS
HEATER MOUNTING SCREWS

Figure 32

DD-59, DCD-59 and DI-59 Heater Assembly Components
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INNER

DOOR PANEL DOOR SEAL
DOOR STRIKE
FRONT PANEL
INSULATION
DOOR LATCH MECHANISM
DOOR
SWITCH
HINGE TAPPING PLATE
LATCH BRACKET & MTG. SCREW
PANEL MOUNTING SCREWS (5)
DOOR TREADLE & MTG. SCREWS
DOOR HINGE
OUTSIDE DOOR PANEL

Figure 33

DCI-59 Door Panels, Front Panels and Components

Right Panel Only:

4. Remove the two panel-to-support bracket mounting screws at the lower portion of the panel.

5. Remove the one panel-to-frame mounting screw.

6. Remove and replace the panel.

Left Panel Only:

7. Remove the two panel support bracket-to-product base mounting screws.

8. Remove the one panel-to-frame mounting screw.

9. Remove the panel support bracket from the panel by removing two screws. Remove and replace the panel. Transfer the insulation.

Note: The right panel has a door switch mounted with two screws. Remove screws, pull electrical leads from terminals, and remove the switch. The left panel has a door latch arm and treadle assembly mounted to it. All parts are replaceable by removing the two latch mounting bracket screws, Figure 33.

K. Panels, Side -Replacement on DCI-59 Model:

1. Lay the dryer on its side or tilt sufficiently to remove the side panel bottom mounting screws arrowed in Figure 34.

2. With the dryer upright, remove the screws which mount the side panel to the rear cover panel.

3. Remove the top holddown screws at the rear of the dryer and position the top to clear the side panels" as needed.

4. Remove the side panel-to-top front support mounting screw.

5. Remove and replace the side panel.

Note: The left side panel only is insulated. The insulation should be transferred to the replacement panel.

L. Panels, Door and Strike-Replacement on DCI-59 Model-Figure 33:

1. Open the door and remove the four inner door

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B474

Figure 34

DCI-59 Cabinet-to-Base Mounting Screws

panel mounting screws and fiber washers.

2. Remove the two strike-to-inner door panel mounting screws and fiber washers.

3. Remove the strike, inner door panel, circular seal and seal retainer.

4. Remove the two hinge-to-door mounting screws at the top of the door. Remove the gasket and tapping plate.

5. Pull the outer door panel from the bottom pivot and remove the panel.

6. Remove the two bottom hinge mounting screws. Remove the gasket and tapping plate.

7. Remove and replace the outer panel.

DD-59, DCD-59 and DI-59 Models - Figure 21:

1. Remove the top mounting screws, at rear of dryer, and slide the top back to permit access to the inside of the shell, at front. (Steps A-8 and B-22.)

2. Open the door and remove the two hinges with door from cabinet-four screws, two speed nuts behind front cabinet shell, and two gaskets.

3. Remove the door hinge and all parts.

4. Remove the two strike mounting screws and remove the strike from the door.

Nole: The strike can be removed, if necessary, only with the door open.

5. Remove the four inner panel-to-outer panel mounting screws. Remove the inner panel and clothes deflector as an assembly.

6. Remove the three deflector mounting screws. Remove deflector.

7. Remove the five speed nuts from the outer panel

which are used for mounting the inner panel.

8. Remove the two hinges from the outer panel-four screws, two speed nuts and two gaskets.

9. Replace the outer panel.

M. Filtrator and Condensate Pan -Replacement on DCI-59 Model -Figure 35:

1. Remove the Filtrator.

2. Remove the four, front trim mounting screws from the Filtrator.

3. Remove and replace the trim if necessary.

4. Remove the two handle mounting screws.

5. Remove and replace the handle or the Filtrator. Note: The two tube guards are not furnished with the replacement Filtrator and must be transferred from the old to the new.

6. Remove the condensate pan.

7. Remove four front trim to pan mounting screws.

8. Remove the two gasket and gasket mounting bracket screws.

9. Replace any of the following:

a. Pan trim.

b. Front gasket.

c. Trim and gasket mounting bracket.

d. Trim mounting speed nuts.

N. Lint Tray and Screen - Replacement on DD-59, DCD-59 and DI-59 Models-Figure 36:

1. Pull out the tray.

2. Remove the screen from the tray frame. The screen has an elastic edge to permit easy removal for cleaning or replacement.

3. Remove the two handle mounting screws and remove the handle.

4. Replace necessary parts.

Note: Replacement tray frame is furnished with seals cemented in place.

O. Catch, Lint Tray - Replacement on DD-59, DCD-59 and DI-59 Models:

1. Pull out the tray.

2. Remove the two catch mounting screws and lock-washers located inside the tray opening.

Hint: A two-hole speed nut, Figure 22, is used on the back side of the chamber-accessible only if top and drum are removed. Therefore, first remove only the rear screw and lockwasher, then turn catch from position to permit mounting a new catch with rear screw and washer. Then remove front screw and lockwasher, remove whole catch and finish mounting a new catch. One mounting screw must always be in position to prevent loss of speed nut.

P. Hose and Nozzle, Sprinkler-Removal on DI-59 and DCI-59 Models -Figures 6 and 7:

1. Remove the dryer rear cover.

2. Pull the hose and nozzle from its position in the drum shaft.

3. Pull the nozzle from the tube. Replace if necessary.

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SCREEN
FILTRATOR
PAN GRID
CONDENSATE
PAN
FILTRATOR FRONT TRIM'
TRIM MOUNTING SCREWS
PAN FRONT TRIM
FILTRATOR HANDLE
HANDLE MOUNTING SCREWS
GASKET
MOUNTING
BRACKET
PAN GASKET

Figure 35

DCI-59 Filtrator and Drain Pan Components

Note: Rubber hose can be replaced by freeing hose from mounting bracket at dryer rear, removing copper tube from inside of the hose, and freeing from sprinkler tank at dryer top. (See Procedure D.)

Pulley, Drum- Removal on DCI-59 Model:

4. Remove the drum pulley belt.

5. Remove the hex retaining nut and pry off the pulley by the use of a side bladed screwdriver or similar tool. If the pulley is stuck, tap the end of the shaft with a rawhide mallet. Care must be taken to avoid losing the key from the drum shaft.

Bearing, Drum Shaft-Removal on DCI-59 Model:

6. Remove the key from the drum hub shaft.

7. Drive the drum hub and shaft from the shaft bearing, Figure 37, by the use of a rawhide mallet.

DD-59, DCD-59 end DI-59 Front Panel Detail 8. Remove the bearing retainer, Figure 38.

B469

LINT DRAWER SCREEN

LINT DRAWER FRAME LINT DRAWER HANDLE

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Figure 37 DCI-59 Removing Drum Hub

Figure 39

DCI-59 Bearing Assembly Components

Figure 24. Remove the bolts and return the dryer to an upright position.

5. On DCI-59 models only, remove the fan from the motor shaft after loosening the I/4" screw in the fan hub.

Note: Upon reinstallation of the motor and fan assembly, adjust the fan location on the shaft to make sure that the trailing edges of the fan blades are l/8" inside the shroud. This can be accomplished by locating the motor shaft %" into the fan hub.

6. On DD-59, DCD-59, and DI-59 models only, remove access opening cover plate and remove the motor and fan assembly by pulling from place through the access opening. There is approximately 1/g" overall clearance between the fan housing opening and the O.D. of the fan. Consequently, care must be exercised to prevent damage to the housing or to the fan.

Note: Make sure the fan operates freely in its housing before tightening the motor mounting bracket screws.

R. Thermostat-Checking Cut-Off Temperature on DCI-59 Models:

1. Remove the rear cover.

Figure 38 DCI-59 Removing Bearing Retainer

9. Pull out the bearing and ring assembly, Figure 39, and remove the ring from the bearing.

Q. Fan and Motor Assembly-Removal on ALL MODELS:

1. Remove the dryer rear cover and remove the belt from the motor pulley.

2. Remove the motor access plate if present, by removing the mounting screws.

3. Remove the electrical leads from the terminals. On DCI-59 models, remove electrical leads from the drum safety switch.

4. On DCI-59 models only, remove the four motor mounting bolts, Figure 40, which are accessible from the underside of the dryer base. Pull the motor from place.

On DD-59, DCD-59, and DI-59 models only, tilt the dryer forward and block it sufficiently to gain access to the four motor mounting bracket bolts,

Figure 40

DCI-59 Removing Motor Mounting Bolts

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2. Remove the interior lamp mounting panel.

3. Clamp the leads of a range oven tester to the thermostat bulb via the lamp panel opening.

4. Replace the lamp mounting panel.

5. Replace the rear cover.

6. Load the drum with six pounds of dry cotton fabrics, preferably turkish towels which are at room temperature.

7. Turn on the dryer and allow it to run. Note the temperature when the thermostat shuts off the heating element. At this time, the cutoff temperature should be between 200°F. and 210°F. at REGULAR heat position.

Note: There will probably be an overshoot of from 6° to 10°F. after the thermostat shuts off the heater elements due to the stored heat within the drum housing. When the check is started, the dryer must be at room temperature to obtain accurate readings.

S. Cleaning -Lint Removal on DCI-59 Model:

(Also see User's Instruction Booklet.)

1. Remove the condensate pan and clean.

2. Remove the Filtrator and flush the lint from the top and the tubes by the use of water and a short piece of hose.

3. Using the hook provided on the handle end of the cleaning brush, provided with the product, pull the cover from the access hole in the rear of the drum.

4. Place the brush behind the drum and slowly rotate the drum. Accumulated lint will drop to the bottom. Relocate the brush several times as necessary to reach all areas of the back panel.

5. Again using the brush, clean between the drum and the lower part of the housing surrounding the drum. This operation must be performed on both right-hand and left-hand sides. It can be observed through the loading port opening.

6. Clean the lint from the top of the Filtrator base.

7. Clean lint from the vent slots on left side of Filtrator support, pass wire handle of brush across slots, using hook to dislodge any lint as illustrated in Figure 41. Note: The user should be instructed in this operation since these vents should be checked at frequent intervals to be sure they are not clogged. Further cleaning in the rear of the dryer can be accomplished, if needed, through the lamp access opening. Remember-the power supply must be disconnected before removing the lamp mounting bracket.

Figure 41

DCI-59 Cleaning Filtrator Base Holes

Home Ec-Talk

Mary E. Huck

59 Line is the Finest Yet

The 1959 Frigidaire Dryer line should prove a joy to any homemaker because the many new features not only meet comparable competitive features, but of more importance they answer the needs and desires of our customers.

What are these needs? Well, one of the most frequently asked questions is: "How can I tell how long to dry my clothes?" The answer is that on 1959 Imperial and Custom Imperial models she doesn't have to know how. These dryers incorporate the "Automatic Drying Cycle" which requires no estimate of drying time. Most of the family wash requires the homemaker to simply place the clothes in the dryer, set the Fabric Heat Selector and Time Control for the type fabrics being dried, and the dryer does the rest. There will be no overdried or underdried clothes. Generally, the following settings should be used:

Regular-Regular loads of cottons and linens, such as tea towels, sheets, tablecloths.

Delicate-Lingerie, blouses, and other sheer or delicate garments.

Bulky-Rugs, bedspreads, work clothes, bath towels.

Many homemakers will not be completely .satisfied with an "Automatic" answer because they prefer to damp-dry clothes based on past experience. If so, the 1959 Imperial and Custom Imperial models also provide a "Timed Drying Cycle." This can be used the same as in past models and in addition the timed cycle is recommended for special garments such as woolens, Wash and Wear, sheer curtains, blankets, pillows, and for fluffing with no heat. Then, too, as an additional help, a new "Automatic Signal" will sound at the end of the timed cycle to remind the customer that clothes should be removed immediately, especially when using the "Wrinkles-Away" Cycle.

When mentioning "Wrinkles-Away," we must remember another desire of our customers and that is saving of ironing time. "Wrinkles-Away" can reduce ironing time as much as 9 hours each week, depending upon the number of Wash and Wear garments the family may use. This feature is offered on all models and the principle and use remains the same as in 1958 models. Certain limitations regarding garments with accordian pleats and nylon, orlon, and dacron curtains are pointed out in the Instruction Book.

Let's not overlook the desire of customers to enjoy another new feature provided in Imperial and Custom Imperial Models. We refer to "Automatic Sprinkling" because in these busy days, homemakers often have to do their ironing in "bits," rather than all at once. If

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so, she may want to dry clothes completely to eliminate the danger of mildew and then sprinkle them as she irons. This she can do by using "Automatic Sprinkling."

Tips for Successful Drying

In all appliances, there are tips which will help the customer enjoy the product to the fullest. Here are a few for drying clothes:

Drying Timetables

The drying times given in the instruction book should be used only as a guide to estimate times for specific loads. There will be variations depending upon the type of load, the fabric, the number of garments, and the washer in which they were washed. Naturally, all of the times given are based on water extraction in a Frigidaire washer. Clothes spun in other type washers will take longer to dry.

Drying Starched Clothes

Overdrying

Starched clothes may be dried successfully according to the following:

1. Dry starched clothes separately.

2. Start with a cool drum.

3. If desired, use a heavier starch.

4. Starched clothes should be removed damp-dry for ironing. If allowed to dry completely some of the starch-particularly cornstarch-will flake off and thus the garment loses some of its desired stiffness.

Many complaints result directly from overdrying. Remember that all fibers have some natural moisture. To remove this moisture results in wrinkling, shrinkage, harshness and sometimes yellowing.

Clothes should be removed from the dryer while they still feel a trifle moist. On the DI and DCI-59 models, the Automatic Drying cycle will dry clothes to just the right dryness. On other models, the homemaker should use the minimum time given in the timetable.

Figure 42

DCI-59 Wiring Diagram
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CONNECTIONS FOR 120 VOLT 2 WIRE .

USE PACKAGE 5876843 / /

/120/

NOTE:

FOR 120 VOLT SERVICE

CHANGE RED WIRE AT TERMINAL BLOCK

AS SHOWN BY DOTTED LINE.

REMOVE GROUNDING STRAP

FROM CENTER TERMINAL OF TERMINAL BLOCK.

SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM

CONTROL THERMOSTAT

SLEEVE CONNECTOR ® SQUEEZE TYPE CONN.

COLOR Symbol
RED R
WHITE W
BLACK B
BLUE BU

Figure 43 DD-59 Wiring Diagram

©a® ARE TIMER CONTACTS.

TIMER MOTOR H » HEATER

OL* OVERLOAD PROTECTOR M * MAIN WINDING S â–  START WINDING

B1543

SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM

- SLEEVE CONNECTOR SQUEEZE TYPE CONN.

FOR 120 VOLT SERVICE

CHANGE RED WIRE AT TERMINAL BLOCK

A8 SHOWN BY DOTTED UNE.

REMOVE GROUNDING STRAP FROM CENTER TERMINAL OF TERMINAL BLOCK.

COLOR
RED R
WHITE W
BLACK B
BLUE BU

Figure 44 DCD-59 Wiring Diagram


0L= OVERLOAD PROTECTOR M * MAIN WINDING S = START WINDING OS* BALLAST FL* FLUORESCENT LAMP (D*STARTER

B1544

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COLOR symbol
RED R
WHITE W
BLACK B
BLUE BU
YELLOW Y
ORANGE OR
BROWN BR
TAN T

Figure 45 DI-59 Wiring Diagram


SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM

2M0V. NEUTRAL R W

0=OVERLOAD PROTECTOR « MAIN WINDING S = START WINDING



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Whirlpool Washer and Dryer showing both St. Joseph and Clyde Plants
Thor Automatic and Semi-Automatic Washers
Easy Spindrier Washers and Easy Wringer
Hamilton Dryers

Dishwashers:
American Kitchens Dishwasher
Crosley Dishwasher

Vacuum Cleaners:
Royal
Lewyt
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Cadallic
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RECORD CHANGER, RECORDER
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DEHUMIDIFIERS
Berns Air King, Frigidaire, Fedders, Hotpoint,Westinghouse, RCA, Mitchell, Fresh'nd-Aire, Admiral.

SEWING MACHINES
Domestic, Free-Westinghouse.

VACUUM CLEANERS, FLOOR POLISHERS, CARPET SWEEPERS
Royal, Eureka, Lewyt, Apex, Gilbert, Westinghouse, Universal, Hamilton Beach, Hoover, General Electric, Regina, General, Shetland, Wagner, Bissell.

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SHAVERS
Remington, Rolls, Schick, Norelco.

SCALES
Borg, Detecto, Counselor, Health•O•Meter.

TYPEWRITERS
Underwood, Smith-Corona, Remington.

DOOR BELLS/ CHIME
Nutone, Rittenhouse, Edwards .

CHRISTMAS LIGHTS
Noma.

LUGGAGE

TOYS
Gilbert

CLOCKS
General Electric, Telechron, Jefferson.

STERLING SILVER
International Sterling, Reed & Barton, Gorham.

SILVERPLATED FLATWARE
Community, 1847 Rogers Bros., Wm. Rogers &Son, Gorham, Tudor, Holmes & Edwards.

ELECTRIC TRAINS
Lionel, American Flyer.

TOOLS
Skil, Black & Decker Utility, Revere, Casco.

PENS, PENCILS, CIGARETTE LIGHTERS
Ronson, Parker, Sheaffer, Norma.

PHOTOGRAPHIC EQUIPMENT
Ansco, Ampro, Argus, Weston, Kalart, Victor,Bell & Howell, DeJur, Bolsey, Polaroid-Land,Graflex, Crown Graphic, Speed Graphic, Keystone, Radiant, Dalite, Revere, Kodak.
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1954 100 165mb $7.99
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Very comprehensive service manual for all 1968 Frigidaire Flair and Twin-30 Electric Ranges. Service manual includes wiring diagrams. Models include:

FLAIR RANGES Models: RCD-630N, RCD-630VN, RCI-635N, RCI-635VN, RCI-645N and RCI-645VN

TWIN 30 ELECTRIC RANGES Models: RCD-637N , RCI-639VN and RCIE-639VN

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Frigidaire Flair Parts Catalog



Looking for a Use and Care Guide for Frigidaire Flair Ranges? Please see this manual: Frigidaire Flair Owners Manual

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1966 72 58mb $7.99
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Very comprehensive service manual for all 1966 Frigidaire Electric Ranges. Service manual includes wiring diagrams. Models include:

FLAIR RANGES Models: RCD-630K, RCI-635K, RCI-645K

FREE-STANDING RANGES Models: RSA-30K, RS-30K, RS-35K, RD-35K, RDG-38K, RDE-38K, RD-39K, RCDG-39K, RCIE-39K, RS-1 OK, RDD-15K, RD-20K, RDD-20K, RD-71K, RCDG-SSK, RCIG-75K

TWIN 30 ELECTRIC RANGES Models: RD-637K, RCI-639K, RCJ-639VK, RCIE-639K, RCIE-639VK

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Looking for a Use and Care Guide for Frigidaire Flair Ranges? Please see this manual: Frigidaire Flair Owners Manual

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1966 120 64mb $7.99
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Very comprehensive service manual for all 1963 Frigidaire Electric Ranges. Models include:

RAE-4, RS-305-63, RS-30-63, RS-35-63, RD-38-63, RD-39-63, RCI-39-63, RS-10-63, RSD-15-63, RD-20-63, RDD-20-63, RCD-71-63, RI-55-63, RCI-75-63.

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1963 144 101mb $9.99
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Very comprehensive service and parts manual for all 1961-1963 Frigidaire Flair Wall Ovens. Models include:

Frigidaire Flair Wall Ovens: RBGB-330, RBGB-335, RBGF-345
Standard Wall Ovens: RBE-1 and RBF

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Very comprehensive service manual for all 1964 Frigidaire Electric Ranges. Models include:

RS-30S-64, RS-30-64, RD-35-64, RD-G38-64, RD-39-64, RCD-G39-64, RCI-G39-64, RS-10-64, RSD-15-64, RD-20-64, RDD-20-64, RCD-G55-64, RCD-71-64, RCI-G75-64

Service manual includes wiring diagrams.
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1964 100 79mb $7.99
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Here is a German language brochure from Constructa showing off their 1961 line of front-loading automatic washers. Models include:

K3, K3FS, K4, K4FS, K5, K6, T5
Automatic Washers
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1961 24 45mb $5.99

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