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    • Part Number: AP4440977
    • MFG Part Number: 6931EL3001E
    • Made by: LG
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My LG Dryer takes at least 2 cycles to dry my clothes and usually 3. When the clothes come out they are warm but never really hot. I recently used another dryer and noticed how much hotter my clothes were when they came out cpompared to the temperature of my dryer. They only indicators on the face plate are that the cooling light is always on when the dryer is running and the drying light blinks. Any ideas? I'd rather not buy multiple parts hoping one of them did the trick. Thanks!

Rodney for Model Number LG DLE2515S Dryer

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Unit runs continuously when door is closed.

Steve for Model Number DLW4801W

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My dryer is not heating and my dry level lights are not coming on.

Tony for Model Number Lg dle 3733

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My thermostat is part L125-31C. I tried to get another one but the part I ordered is the same but mine has 3 prongs and the part came with 2. How do I wire that?

Donna for Model Number 6931EL3001E

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Dryer was moved accross country, worked fine before. Now it won't heat. The cooling light stays on. no heat in vent, no heat in dryer drum. Cleaned the sensor bars in drum, no result. Not sure what else to try. Please help! Thanks

Jerry for Model Number DLE5977S

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My dryer cycles and heats, but seems to over heat after two cycles and needs about 45 minutes to cool. Is this a thermostat regulator issue?

Rob for Model Number DLE8377cm

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I have an LG DLE5799W which doesn’t heat up. Well is has a little heat. My issue started back in Dec. when I moved into my new house. The previous house had a 4-prong outlet and new house had a 3 prong. When I changed the plugs and started the dryer it started to heat up and smoke began pouring out of the dryer, I pulled plug. Wiring schematic on rear was out of date. When I received proper wiring, the issue of not heating up began. I checked to make sure the vent was clear also. would something like this be occurring because the heater element or the thermostat was damaged? Thanks for any help.

Scott for Model Number LG DLE5977W

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My dryer is taking 2 hours to dry. Already checked the vents and are clean. Do I need to buy a new thermostat?

Lili for Model Number DLE5977W

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Hi. My heater runs but produces no heat. I replaced the hi limit thermostat and thermistor with no positive results. Would the next logical step be to replace thermostat 6931EL3003D? Thanks.

William H for Model Number DLE7177WM

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Hi... I have a LG Tromm dryer and it is taking at least almost 2 hours to dry a load of clothes. It warms up but does not get as hot as I would think it should even on the highest setting. My cooling light stays on while the dryer is running as well... I have cleaned all vents as the check filter light was on and that took care of that problem. Can you please tell me what to do next... and what parts I need to check and possibly replace? Thank you so much!

Kim for Model Number DLE2514W

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