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Sensor Assembly

Part Number: AP4443773
MFG Part Number: 6501EL3001A
Made by: LG
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Part Number 6501EL3001A (AP4443773) replaces 1268234, AH3529181, EA3529181, PS3529181.

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Hello, I really need your advice. I having trouble finding out the exact problem that causing my dryer to not work correctly. Now my issue is the dryer wasn't drying the clothes. First I thought it was the igniter, so I replace that. But when I got the part in took the old one out, the one inside looks brand new still. So I went to my second option, I replace the thermostat, high temp thermostat. Now dryer work but doesn't work after first load. I open back up the dryer to reset thermal fuse, the same thing happens again. Its just work one load then stop. Now I have checked everything inside the dryer. It is super clean, I vacuum out everything, the air vent isn't clog and seem to work fine. Now can you suggest me what else could be the problem before I go and spend all this money on parts that wasn't even the main issue causing the dryer to not operate right. I'm thinking maybe flame sensor that is next to high temp on the bottom because when I was checking every parts to see if something was wrong, I notice it was crack a little on top. I just want some tip you can tell me to do because so far I ended buying parts around $50-$100 already and it wasn't even the problem that causing it to act that way. What else do you think could be the problem that pops the fuse on the high temp thermostat? Please help

Peter for Model Number dlg3788w

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The dryer will not activate the gas valves to fire. The Ignitor glows after a minute and then shuts off, but no gas is released to ignite. I replaced the Gas Valve and still the same result. I have checked resistance and Continuity to all sensors and they read as working. Is it possible the flame sensor is malfunctioning? It appears to work as the Ignitor cycles on and off. There is continuity (closed) when I read the Sensor but I have noticed that when I power up the dryer that the upper part of the sensor reads 120 volts but the lower connector reads none even when it appears to have continuity? I was assuming that the flame sensor would pass through the power? I am at a loss and am also wondering if it could be the control board? Thank you for the help.

Dave for Model Number DLG0452W

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Dryer does not heat.. Changed the dryer ignitor, hi-temp thermostat and thermostat assembly. Nothing after I changed the ignitor and then ordered the hi-temp thermostat and thermostat assembly. Changed those two and had heat for a minute, then out again. What is next to be changed? Any help would be appreciated!! Thanks! KC

Kelly C for Model Number DLG8388WM

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dryer starts and heats appropiately. Lint trap is clean. Dryer will not honor time specified. LG dryer is set to run for 40 minutes. After operating for several minutes with display correctly reflecting the amount of time requested and then remaining, abruptly display will jump dramatically reducing the amount of time left. Say .after running only five. Unites of the 40 minutes.,suddently machine's display indicates only 6 or 3 minutes left. 3 minutes later, the machine shuts off, clotes are not fully dry, you can giftme a solution to this problem please.Thank you.The model# DLG2524W LGdryer

Jose for Model Number dlg2524w

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I've had this dryer for about 10 years and overall am happy with it. I was having a problem were after running for a awhile it would trip the high limit thermostat (the one with the small black reset button on it). I'd open up the dryer, reset the switch and it would run again for a while. I ended up replacing that switch and all was perfect for about 6 months. Then came my new problem. You can start the dryer, the heat kicks on and a few minutes later, the circuit breaking in the house trips. After doing some research, it was to be believed that it was either the house breaker or the dryer motor. I tried the dryer on other circuits in the house and it tripped them as well. At that point, I ordered a new motor. Installed the motor and the same problem exists. I have now also replaced the power control board and yet again the breaker still trips (about 5 minutes into the cycle). If I run the dryer on Air Dry, it doesn't trip...I should have tried that before ordering a motor:(. Now, I have three new parts in the dryer and no idea as to what is tripping the house circuit breaker. Any help would be appreciated.

William V for Model Number DLG0332W

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The dryer doesn't completely dry the clothes. Frequently they are damp after a timed cycle. When the cycle is completed the clothes are still quite warm. The lint filter is clean. The exhaust vent is 6' long, constructed of 4" rigid vent pipes with 2 right angle turns. The exhaust vent pipe is clean and unobstructed. The unit is 2 years old. The voltage input does not fluctuate. It is steady at 240 volts. The problem exists with a full load or lightly loaded. What do you think might be the problem?

Digger for Model Number LG - DLE2701V

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