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My LG dryer shuts itself off during the normal cycle and a dotted

Line moves around in a rectangular shape as the error code. I can dry my clothes because the "freshen up" cycle runs complete. I haven't tried every cycle so I am not sure which cycles work or don't work but I am guessing it has something to do with the sensor dry versus the manual dry

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OK, here's what it sounds like to me: The line going around the display should only be seen if you selected "Wrinkel Care" function for that cycle (and with the freshen up cycle, I beleive). With that option in use, after the dryer shuts off, if you do not open the door or turn off power to the dryer the dryer will display the moving rectangular segments and every 6 minutes the dryer will turn itself on and tumble for 10 seconds with no heat (to keep clothes fluffed up and prevent wrinkles from setting in) and will continue this cycle for up to three hours. The "Freshen Up" is the steam cycle used to remove wrinkles from 1 to 5 garments, like things that were all wrinkled up in your suitcase. Try drying with a normal or permanent press cycle, or a timed cycle. If you have additional questions or concerns, let me know.

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