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Thermostat Assembly

Part Number: AP4445168
MFG Part Number: 6931EL3004B
Made by: LG
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Part Number 6931EL3004B (AP4445168) replaces 6931EL3003F, 1268367, AH3530486, EA3530486, PS3530486.

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How to Replace Thermostat Assembly #6931EL3004B

Step by step instructions on how to replace a Thermostat Assembly #6931EL3004B 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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I have a lg dryer,i just replace the thermostat ,igniter n the high temp thermo. now heres is the issue,it works but after the load is done.it stop heating. Then I have to open it up n reset the thermo fuse. what ca I do to fix that?

Phuong for Model Number dlg3788w

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I have an LG dlg5988w gas dryer. Last week it stopped drying completely. As I was taking it a part, the igniter shattered. I replaced the igniter and the motor (for an unrelated issue). As I was putting the dryer back together I noticed a reset button on one of the thermostats (the high limit thermostat turns out). I pushed it in and it clicked. Put the dryer back together, worked ok for one load and it stopped drying again. I did some troubleshooting and it looks like the reset on the high limit thermostat keeps getting tripped. I ran the dryer with the front cover off. After I reset the high limit thermostat and start the dryer, the flame comes on for few minutes then shuts off and never comes back on, unless I reset the high limit thermostat again. I don't know if the thermostat is faulty and does not reset its self (should it reset itself? Is it normal for the reset button to be popped?) or if the temperature in the dryer is really to high. Thanks

Jesse for Model Number LG dlg5988w

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My LG gas dryer get too hot. Could it be the thermostat?

Ron for Model Number lg model #dlg8388wm

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Hello, I have replaced this igniter L-G AP4439620 (5318EL3001A) Dryer ignitor and still no heat. It doesn't light up at all. What next? I have a volt meter can I test?

Michael for Model Number DLG2524W

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My gas dryer does not dry clothes. I tested by running without the vent attached to rule out any clogs. Initially, the flame would start and then shut off after a few seconds; I replaced a broken flame sensor and now it stays lit for longer than a minute at a time. Could it be one of the thermostats? The Hi-Limit thermostat doesn't click when I press it, is this normal?

Rick for Model Number LG DLGX3361V

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My LG dryer quit drying. I replaced the thermostat assembly (part # 6931EL3004B) but it did not fix the problem. Any ideas? Before it quit drying completely, it would run for awhile and partially dry the clothes but it would shut off before they would dry. If re-started it would shut off right away.

Kevin for Model Number DLG0452W

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