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    • Part Number: AP4439759
    • MFG Part Number: 5301EL1001J
    • Made by: LG
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Does the dryer heater assembly (AP4439759) ship with the thermostats installed or are they purchased separately?

Bob for Model Number DLE0332W

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Have LG tromm electric dryer. Dryer runs but there is no heat. Cooling light stays on. Checked heater with ohm meter it checked out good.

Tim for Model Number DLE2512W

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Lint build up started to burn. Disassembled dryer cleaned. Motor will not turn tube and I still smell burning. What parts should I order.

Steve A for Model Number L G Tromm dle3777w

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The "Cooling" light on the front control panel remains ON throughout the drying cycle regardless of which cycle I am running. I almost always use the "LOW" temp setting and therefore expect drying times to be longer than usual, but I have not noticed any increase in drying times since this light started coming on and remaining on.

C.n. for Model Number LG DLE5977

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I just replaced the front thermostat on the heater assembly, the dryer ran fine for one load the quit again. I have checked the dryer vent pipe and all internal passages for obstructions and found none. I checked the thermostat in the blower housing along with the thermocouple in the blower housing, both seem to be ok with 10 ohms. I also checked the rear cycling switch in the heater housing. I am unable to tell what temperature it switches at but it seems to have continuity after it switches for a second or two in both directions (on and off), before it breaks connection. Is that the cause for overheating and blowing the front thermostat? Is there anything else to check? I have already ordered a new front thermostat and cycling switch to try out.

Mike for Model Number 796.81532210

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In looking at heating element on whirlpool dryer I noticed that only top half of elements seem to glow hot. Bottom haves don't glow hot. What would cause this. Friend says it takes longer to dry items.

Mel B

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Replaced front high limit thermostat worked for a week and blew again. Checked all venting and there is no air flow issue. Could it be the rear thermostat making the front one blow?

Kim for Model Number lg dle2301r

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The dryer runs, not for alotted time and the air is warm, been runnig a load all day and not drying, put it on manual for 60 minutes and went for about 10 and stopped.

Clark for Model Number LG DLE2516W

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Dryer is not drying. Just replaced the heater assembly. With new thermostat and other sensor I forget it's name. But everything is spinning and it's blowing air out the back. I'm lost. What can this be?

Chayse E. for Model Number Dle131w0

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Our LG Ultra Capacity front load quit drying clothes, I first took piping off dryer and cleaned and blew out with compresed air, and did the same thing with dryer, lots of lint and debris but this did not fix problem, does not get warm at all. On line they were sugesting thermostat first?? What is your opinion, thanks chuck

Chuck S. for Model Number DLE0332W

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