Question about LG DLE2532W Electric Dryer
There are no signs of overheating of the dryer, the lintfilter is clean and the exhaust pipe has been disconnected to ensure free airflow.
There are no warning signs on the control panel; the dryer apparently overloads the circuit breaker and one of the the wires connected to the breaker is piping hot
The circuit breaker for the dryer opens after 90 second after the dryer has been started.
I would check the wire at the breaker for a poor connection causing arcing and excessive heating causing the breaker to trip....with the breaker off, loosen the binding screw on the wire and check the wire for any signs of arcing. reattach the wire and tighten binding screw snugly.
another though, ensure there are no other devices connected to the wire that is heating.
Posted on Feb 23, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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