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    • Part Number: AP4440975
    • MFG Part Number: 6931EL3003D
    • Made by: LG
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Dryer gets hot but takes forever too dry. Cleaned lint out of vent duct that does up to roof. Replaced heating element. Stumped

Cyndi for Model Number Lg dle2512w dryer

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I am trying to confirm the correct thermostat assembly to repair my LG DLEX3470V dryer and find 3 choices: #6931EL3001F #6931EL3002A #6931EL3003D Which is the right part for my dryer??

Rick for Model Number LG DLEX3470V Dryer

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Hello , My dryer seems to completely dry a full load of clothes. If it is only a few items the heater shuts off before they are dry.

Tom for Model Number DLE5932W

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Your repair video for replacing the hi limit thermostat shows replacement of the cycling thermostat for my LG DLE7177WM. Is there a video for the hi limit thermostat? Thanks.

Bill

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What is the difference between the Hi-Limit Thermostat part number: AP4440975 and the Thermostat Assembly AP4440977? Our dryer does get warm, but when the sensor dry is done the clothes are still damp. Wasn't sure if replacing one of the parts above or even the sensor would help?

Brian for Model Number dle0442g

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My dryer is blowing just air and not heating.

David for Model Number DLE7177RM

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Replaced second high temp thermosat this week.Vent and dryer where cleaned. What could be tripping it? Could it be the thermosat assembly not working right?

Frank for Model Number dle3777w

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It takes 3 cycles for my clothes to get dry. They feel warn, but do not get dry, as if the dryer is not heating up enough. I can't go many days without the dryer, and they are calling for snow. Help is needed. What do I replace first?

Linda for Model Number dryer lg dle2514w

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Lg dryer dle8377nm ,takes about 3 cycle to dry single load. What is possible prob?

Vesoh for Model Number vesohmf@gmail.com

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I recently replaced the hi limit thermostat AP4440975 after my dryer stopped heating the clothes and it started working fine again. But now 6 months later I'm experiencing the same problem. I don't want to replace this part every 6 months is there something else that could be deteriorating the life of this part? There are no clogs and everything is clean because I just cleaned it all out 6 months ago. Are there other parts that should be replaced also? The unit is 9 years old.

Timothy for Model Number DLEO332W

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