Question about Dryers
I have a DLG7188WM LG gas dryer. On the display during the drying cycle, the "cooling" light does not go off, indicating the machine is the cool down mode continuously. Anyone ever have this problem or know what might be the problem?
Try cleaning off the two curved metal bars (about 4 inches long) on the inside near the lint filter. They are what senses the moisture on automatic dry. When you use fabric softener sheets, the stuff from the fabric softener sheets can coat the bars, which makes the dryer think the clothes are already dry, and puts the dryer into cool down. (using time dry will also take the moisture sensor out of the cycle, if you'd like) This should be a Fix-Ya for your problem.
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