Question about LG DLG5932W Gas Dryer
Hello, I have a LG DLG5932W dryer that is not drying very well. I have checked the continuity on the thermostats, ignitor and sensor assembly, all check out okay. Tried to do diagnostics by pressing the more time, less time and power button simultaneously, as described in service manual. Thought I might get a thermistor error code. I got all lights and a 1920 code. Don't know what that means. Does that me something and is there a test for the thermistor?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: lg 8377 no heat,dryer runs
You may have a high limit switch that has failed. You will need to tear down the dryer to get access to the heating element. Look for the heating element on the bottom right side. There are 2 thermo discs located on the left side of the heating element. Test both of them. If there is no continuity, change that part.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Aug 28, 2011
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