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    • Part Number: AP4441539
    • MFG Part Number: 6323EL2001B
    • Made by: LG
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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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For the thermistor part #AP4441539, should it read 10 ohms or 10K ohms like mine is? Thanks

Jim for Model Number DLG2524W

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My dryer suddenly stoped working I now have it in pieces in my living room trying to figure it out I have a multimeter been checking things out learning as I go. On my thermistor is reading 10.21 ohms and when I checked the continuity I get nothing is that good or bad .Also the dryer was filled with lent pulled out massave mount. Vent was clooged with bird nest.

Bryan for Model Number dle5977w

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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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