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My lg DLE2350 dryer is making a high pitch beep and voice says low battery. what does this mean?

The dryer seems to work fine but in the middle of the night it started to make a high pitch beep and a voice says 'low battery' and the next couple words are inaudible. This happens every minute or two. Even when the breaker was switched off it still made this noise. What is it and how do i fix it?

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Ther is no battery in a dryer i think its your alarm clock

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OK, test the dryness sensor for its operational value. if the test confirms sensor function, you will need to replace the main PCB board in this case.

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The moisture sensor is in the lint filter. Remove 4 screws from inside the drum and you have the sensor attached by 2 wires. On my dryer I disconnected then reconnected these 2 wires, reassembled the lint trap and auto dry works fine again

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