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Heater Assembly

Part Number: AP4439759
MFG Part Number: 5301EL1001J
Made by: LG
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Part Number 5301EL1001J (AP4439759) replaces 5301EL1001H, 5301DD1001L, 5301EL1001A, 5301EL1001E, 1377645, 5301EL1001G, AH3527791, EA3527791, PS3527791.

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Does the dryer heater assembly (AP4439759) ship with the thermostats installed or are they purchased separately?

Bob for Model Number DLE0332W

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Have LG tromm electric dryer. Dryer runs but there is no heat. Cooling light stays on. Checked heater with ohm meter it checked out good.

Tim for Model Number DLE2512W

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Lint build up started to burn. Disassembled dryer cleaned. Motor will not turn tube and I still smell burning. What parts should I order.

Steve A for Model Number L G Tromm dle3777w

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The "Cooling" light on the front control panel remains ON throughout the drying cycle regardless of which cycle I am running. I almost always use the "LOW" temp setting and therefore expect drying times to be longer than usual, but I have not noticed any increase in drying times since this light started coming on and remaining on.

C.n. for Model Number LG DLE5977

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I just replaced the front thermostat on the heater assembly, the dryer ran fine for one load the quit again. I have checked the dryer vent pipe and all internal passages for obstructions and found none. I checked the thermostat in the blower housing along with the thermocouple in the blower housing, both seem to be ok with 10 ohms. I also checked the rear cycling switch in the heater housing. I am unable to tell what temperature it switches at but it seems to have continuity after it switches for a second or two in both directions (on and off), before it breaks connection. Is that the cause for overheating and blowing the front thermostat? Is there anything else to check? I have already ordered a new front thermostat and cycling switch to try out.

Mike for Model Number 796.81532210

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In looking at heating element on whirlpool dryer I noticed that only top half of elements seem to glow hot. Bottom haves don't glow hot. What would cause this. Friend says it takes longer to dry items.

Mel B

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