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..?
There are 2 components other than the thermostats which would cause the heating element not to work. First is the motor and second the timer. The best option is to disconnect the power to the unit and access the heating element. Disconnect one wire that is going to the heating element, preferably the one on the thermostat side. Plug the unit back up and using a multimeter you will want to turn the dryer on and test for 120 vac at the terminal on the heater where the wire was disconnected. What this will do is eliminate the heater element itself and the motor. If there is 120 vac at this point then you know the heater is good and the motor is good because the other 120 vac coming through the thermostats is the timer side of the circuit. If there is not 120 vac at that point then you will want to test the other terminal on the heater and check for 120 vac. If there is not 120 vac then the motor would be bad and if there is 120 vac then the heater would be the issue. If there is 120 vac at each point then the heater is faulty.
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..
There is an adapter that you would need to allow the unit to operate off 440 vac 50 hz as opposed to 240vac 60 hz. By connecting without the the adapter to convert the power, the control board is now bad and would need to be replaced.