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Dryer Ignitor

Part Number: AP4439620
MFG Part Number: 5318EL3001A
Made by: LG
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This gas dryer ignitor includes the mounting bracket and wire harness plug.

Genuine LG part. See all items in Dryer Igniter.

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Part Number 5318EL3001A (AP4439620) replaces 5318EL3001B, 1266860, 5318EL9001A, AH3527801, EA3527801, PS3527801.

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Wouldnt heat Michael F. • Milford, CT • September 26, 2014

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No heat in my lg dlg5988w dryer Anthony C. • Barnegat, NJ • March 17, 2015
Appliance: LG Dryer DLG5988W

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Dryer was setup for propane very dangerous when connected to natural gas dryer was exhibiting low to no heat with a very pronounced presence of a strong raw gas smell Robert R. • Houston, TX • May 04, 2015
Appliance: Model LG DLG5966G

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How to Replace Dryer Ignitor #5318EL3001A

Step by step instructions on how to replace a Dryer Ignitor #5318EL3001A for Dryer made by Kenmore, LG. Note: This video is intended to give you the general idea of the part replacement procedure. Your appliance may differ depending on the manufacturer and model.


 

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Just replaced orifice to LP. Now I have no heat. I can smell gas after 30-45 seconds.

Gunther for Model Number DLG3744S

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I replaced the igniter, the lint screen, and cleaned all the lint from the dryer but it still takes a extra long time to dry things. The previous electric dryer worked okay even though the vent has a maximum of bends and is 20+ feet to the outside of the house. The gas dryer now ignites and begins to warm when there are no clothes in it and it gets hot, but after a minute or two I check it again its not as hot. I'm thinking the sensor might be faulty. What else do think could be the matter?

Don for Model Number LG5318EL3001A

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My question is what would cause the dryer to keep shutting off. It turns on but shuts off a few minutes later and has to heat up again, could it be a problem with the gas not distributing correctly, and possibly not the dryer ignitor. The person who has the dryer has it hooked up to a propane tank, rather than a direct gas line could that be the problem.

Marni for Model Number LG DRYER IGNITOR 5318EL3001A

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A rep came out and said I need a gas valve and a new control so I should 'scrap' my dryer. It dries clothes fine but sometimes dumps raw gas through the drum and out the exhaust.

Hugh for Model Number DLG8388NM

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My dryer turn on but no heat, I just replaced a new flame sensor but the igniter it doesn't glow so what else should I check or replace next?

Mike for Model Number DLG5932S

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I believe I created this problem ... I was checking the voltage to the gas valve and accidently cross the leads on my volt meter a small spark resulted. So now, the dryer starts and runs fine on the air dry cycle, but whenever I set it to any heat cycle the motor starts but shuts off immediately. Realizing I more than likely shorted something out. What do you recommend that I look at first? Control Panel? Motor switch/assembly? Fuse? Thank you.

Jim for Model Number LG DLG 3788

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