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    • Part Number: AP4441539
    • MFG Part Number: 6323EL2001B
    • Made by: LG
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The flame comes on for 5-10 seconds and then shuts off. I've checked the flame sensor, igniter, thermal fuse, hi limit thermostat (with reset button) and they seemed ok on the continuity test. How do I check to see if the thermistor is bad? Do I check continuity on thermistor as well by probing the connectors?

Rick for Model Number DLG5932W

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This dryer gets to hot. It will run the cycle time and turn off, but gets real hot inside. Also, touching the drum or the plastic lint screen removal handle is to hot. I can't get a code to pull up when pressing power +more time +less time like the manual says to do. I can check resistance on thermostats like manual says to, but I am a novice. I would appreciate input.

Garyn S. for Model Number dle5955g

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Dryer won't dry on Sensor dry. It takes a long time to dry in timed dry. The cooling light is on continuously. I can hear the burner light but I believe the control panel is bad. Thanks

Mike A. for Model Number Dlg3788w

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I have a Kenmore dryer The Code that first comes up on diagnostic is d03, 1ae5, u11 I have looked in the code book but these aren't coming up, Does anyone know what they are?

Jim for Model Number 796.8044*.900

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Long dry times, but gets plenty hot when I took off the vent line and played with it. Not a clogged vent line. Power is OK. "Cooling" light always on. Dry light is on too. When put in diagnostic mode I get "18:F1" then "U01". no description of this in the service manual. I have not checked resistance on any parts yet. What's wrong? The cooling light always being on seems weird to me. Is one or both of the thermostats? Controller? I really dont wanna rip this thing apart nine times to replace things piecemeal.

Danny for Model Number dle3777w LG Electric Dryer

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Recently replaced thermistor (2 mos. ago) after getting check filter and long drying times, with clothes remaining damp after several sensor dry cycles. Worked like new for 2 mos. now, same symptoms. This time I replaced thermistor. No change. Unit now self-diagnoses as open thermistor (LE01). I checked resistance on both thermistors. Each is 10 ohm. The sensor circuit tests 14kohm at 60-68 F, so that's in spec. Service manual says check controller connection. I believe it's good, so not wiring (assuming). Manual says replace controller. Does this seem correct? Need advice before replacing controller.

George H for Model Number DLE5977W

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My gas dryer heats on manual but when I try to use sensor the gas stops after 2 min?

Tim for Model Number Dlg8388nm

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Hello, In question two listed for part AP4441539 Thermister, you say it is 10 "Ohms", but my part measure 10 "K Ohms". the new part I received from you also measures ~10 "K Ohms" on auto scale fluke. Is it possible that the mfg test sheet and you are incorrect? Mike

Mike for Model Number DLGX8388NM LG Dryer

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My dryer is not heating properly, takes 2 hours to dry a load of towels. If you try and restart dryer after it has run through a full cycle the dryer will not start. Can you help identify problem?

Guest for Model Number DLG2532W

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