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Hi-Limit Thermostat

Part Number: AP4440975
MFG Part Number: 6931EL3003D
Made by: LG
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This is a non-resettable hi-limit dryer thermostat.

Genuine LG part. See all items in Dryer Fuse Or Sensor.

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Part Number 6931EL3003D (AP4440975) replaces 1268366, AH3530485, EA3530485, PS3530485.

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Lg dryer had stopped heating Ralph G. • Newark, DE • June 22, 2014
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How to Replace Hi-Limit Thermostat #6931EL3003D

Step by step instructions on how to replace a Hi-Limit Thermostat #6931EL3003D 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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Hi. Thanks for your forums and info. I have an LG2515S which has stopped heating up. Inside there appear to be at least 3 sensors, the two mounted on the heating element that you describe well on your site, the thermostat and the hi-limit thermostat, but also another mounted on the outlet passage at the bottom of the filter housing. This latter one measures a short but the other two do not. I just wanted to buy the one I need, rather than guess or buy all three, so I measured their cold resistance. The thermostat measures about 260ohms and the hi-limit measures open. Any ideas to narrow the search? For reference, the dryer runs cold with the 'drying' light blinking and the 'cooling' light on solid. thanks

John for Model Number DLE2515S


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The 6931EL3003D hi-limit few degrees has thak you

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My dryer worked for a few hours, wife could smell something, opened dryer found smell was coming from dryer, removed clothes now dryer will not tumble or dry, powers on and clicks twice when i press start, nothing happens.

Jdjohn for Model Number DLEX3250W


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The dyer stops running after a few seconds after starting, and a flashing np on the display.

Miguel for Model Number dlex2501w


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Have LG dryer that functions properly for about 15 mins then back of dryer towards top get extremely hot and dryer kicks off. Vent is completely free of lint and obstruction and I have thoroughly cleaned inside of dryer completely of all lint including motor. Obviously the excessive heat is turning the dryer off but is the heat building up do to motor shutting off or is there a sensor that is causing the element to get to hot shutting shutting dryer down. I'm stumped! Thanks Matt

Matt for Model Number DLE251GW


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Hi. After using it for several hours straight, my LG dryer stopped producing heat. First I changed the Thermostat. Nope. Then I changed the Hi-Limit Thermostat. That fixed the problem, but for only one load of laundry. Again, no heat. I read on your site that the Hi-Limit Thermostat is now re-settable. Is there something I need to do to re-set it? Should I replace a different part? Thanks.

Don for Model Number dle5977w


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