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    • Part Number: AP4445128
    • MFG Part Number: 6500EL3001A
    • Made by: LG
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My dryer is taking twice as long to dry. After checking your site it seems replacing the dryer sensor is recommended. My model has two sensor bars. Is this a two pack or should I go ahead and order two?

Mindy for Model Number LG DLE5977S

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Dryer appears to be getting warm not hot and taking about three hours to dry clothes. Any ideas or suggestions?

Dan for Model Number LGR7646EQ3

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Our dryer stopped working. I've confirmed 240 V getting to unit. I've tested the belt switch, thermostat, thermal fuse, door switch, and heating element. All have continuity. The motor sounded like it was humming, so I replaced the motor and then the PWB board. Still the unit powers up, the instrument panel lights up but I still get a clicking sound when I try to run a cycle. Help!!!!!!!!

Jim S for Model Number DLE5977S

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How do I test the 2 sensor bars on the lint filter housing to check if they need replacing?

Gary

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Check vent light keeps turning on. I have cleaned the vent many times, replace the vent system with a straight galvanized tube and it still goes on. The Dryer is three years old but it just started doing it about a month. Is there a way to clean the sensor or replace it? Where is the sensor?

Oscar for Model Number Whirlpool Cabrio Gas Dryer WGD8200YW

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I recently purchased a replacement drum for my LG Tromm dryer. After I installed the new drum and reassembled the dryer I receive a "check filter" flashing light on the display. The dryer will not turn on. I checked and rechecked all the connections and everything seems to be correct. Could it be a sensor? Also, I unplugged the unit from the wall but still have the same result.

Kevin for Model Number DLG7188RM

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Changed dryer from lp to Ng. The dryer will not heat up. Steps 1. changed ports from lp to Ng 2. opened valve all the way for gas in dryer.

Mario for Model Number dlg5988w

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LG 5001W Electric Dryer lights up, but will not accept any commands and will not turn, even on "Time Dry"-- nothing. We always keep the filter and duct, which is very short, clean. I went inside to clean the interior, and found some extraneous lint inside, but not very much, with no big buildup on heat sensor or fan, etc., at all, however, the Belt was broken. I ordered a belt from your website (which arrived in only 2 days!) and replaced the belt without much trouble according to your video. However, it's just as before-- the Control Panel lights up, the "Drying" light is on, and it still won't accept any commands or turn the drum under any circumstances. This is getting frustrating. The dryer is only 2 years old, and has already had a belt replaced twice now, and had another problem that the repairman said was a circuit board and some other problem. We can't pay $169 every 6 months just to have wiat a week for some guy come out here and then bill me another $140 for parts and have to wait 2 more weeks for the parts to arrive. Is there a "reset" breaker or something I've missed? You have a great website, but it was difficult to find a video that showed how to take apart an LG Electric Dryer of our type (but the video on disassembly of the LG Gas Dryer was virtually identical and most helpful-- Thank You!) [Rant Alert--] Our previous "ancient" Kenmore ran well for many years and many heavy loads, and the one time a component did fail, was simple and easy to repair without taking the whole damn thing apart. These "modern" so-called "high-efficiency" dryers (and washers) can barelydry a light-to-medium load of clothes, WON'T handle a load that includes more than 2 towels, twist everything into a long string of clothing, and break down every 6 months or less with some problem or another. The interior components seem to be "featherweight-flimsy" as well. I'm beginning to think they're a terrible joke on the consumer, it seems. Help!

Wagthedog for Model Number LG DLE5001W Electric Dryer

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I removed a sock that was caught in the blower fan. The dryer was working, just making a rubbing(?) sound. While apart i vacuumed everything; blower fan, lint basket, exhaust pipe, cleaned sensors with alcohol. Now when i hit the power button, it starts beeping right away and the "check filter" light is blinking and the signal volume is lit, nothing else lit or flashing and the dryer won't start. If i hit the power button and quick turn the selector knob it will light up, as will appropriate temp, spin speed, etc but dryer still won't start. I do not see/feel any loose wire connections. What could be the problem?

Bob for Model Number lg dlex3360

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We've replaced the hi limit thermostat 3 times in the past 6 months….dryer works correctly for a few days and then suddenly no heat. What else could it be?

Brenda for Model Number DLE7177RM

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