24/7 Customer Support

:

Chat with a Pro

Pcb Assembly,main

Part Number: AP4451021
MFG Part Number: EBR36858801
Made by: LG
Our Price
Regularly You Save
$148.93 $22.72

In Stock — Ships Monday Guaranteed

Satisfaction Rating (1)

Questions & Answers

7 Questions & Answers

Genuine LG part. See all items in Dryer Control Board.

Appliance Compatibility Tool

Check your model number or use our Cross Reference Tool to determine if this part will work with your appliance.

Where can I find my model number?

More Product Images

Repair Help

Cross Reference Information

Part Number EBR36858801 (AP4451021) replaces 1369218, PS3533742.

Do-It-Yourself Stories from Customers like You
Total Satisfaction Rating
View All Do-It-Yourself Stories Have questions? Ask our pros!
No power Michael G. • Richland, IA • March 21, 2014

My Repair & Advice

Was this review helpful to you?  

Most Helpful Stories

4 People found this story helpful
Do-It-Yourself Rating
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
Easy Difficult
Repair Time Estimate

15-30 minutes 

Have a Repair Question?
AppliancePartsPros has your Answer!

Questions & Answers

Read all 7 Questions

Ask a Question

Most Interesting

I have an LG dryer DLE4870w the problem is that the drum runs all the time , unless you open the door. All other cycles seem to work properly.

Harold for Model Number DLE4870w


Was this helpful?

I have a LG dryer, DLE2050W SN:001kwgf02431, that won’t heat. Dryer turns on, and runs fine, but does not emit heat. I have replaced (since problem occurred) the hi-limit thermostat, the thermostat assembly, the heater assembly (heating element), and the thermistor assembly. None of these new parts have fixed the problem, and i don’t know what else i can replace to fix it. Some help please..?

Erika for Model Number DLE2050W


Was this helpful?

HI, I have a brand new LG Dryer DLE5955G, that I ship it overseas... When I was there, I connected the power cable to it (the big one with 4 wires that I ship it too from US) I plugged the power cable as follow: (4 wires: (the voltage between black wire & white wire was: 220V), ( the voltage between the Red wire and the white wire was: 220V), and the Green wire was for the ground)... Then, I pushed the Start button on, the dryer turned on fine for about 5 seconds then turned off by it self... Since then I couldn't turn the dryer on... Please tell me what was the problem? is it the voltage that need to be 110V instead? and what part(s) that has been damaged, and what should be done to get it fix? Thank you so much in advance for your quick answer..

David S for Model Number LG Dryer DLE5955G


Was this helpful?

Latest Questions

I need a help with the dryer outlet. I made the change to 4-pin socket for electric power at 220V. I put a 32-amp dedicated breaker. Unfortunately I forgot to make the switch from electric scheme in the dryer 3-pin to 4-pin socket and plugged in to take the test and departed the power button and did not call. I remembered that he had not altered electric scheme and made the change. The dryer is not turning. With this failure which may have damaged parts?

Alex P for Model Number Dryer DLE5955G


Was this helpful?

We have 2 issues: 1) For the past year our dryer drum would turn constantly if the dryer door was closed and the dryer was plugged in - EVEN if it WAS NOT turned on. The only way to get the dryer drum to stop turning was to open the dryer door. 2) NOW - the drum wont turn. We turn it on - set the cycle - hit start - makes a noise and then nothing.

Tyler for Model Number LG DLE5955W


Was this helpful?

Nothing happens when you press the power button, light come on when you open the door. Have checked the power source everything is ok there. Looking at the control board the resitor near the connector coming from the power switch has some black liquid coming out of the end it is also under the clear coating

Don for Model Number dle2301w


Was this helpful?