Question about LG DLE2532W Electric Dryer
You might have something caught between the drum and bulkhead like button, key , money etc
Posted on Nov 25, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
DLE2532W is an electric heat model. (a gas model would be a DLG......) To get a rear control LG dryer apart: Open door and remove two phillips head screws at the 5 and 7 o'clock positions. Use a putty knife to release the clips holding the top panel to the dryer front by pushing the clips in at the seam of the dryer top and front, a couple inches in from each side. Swing top back. Remove two phillips head screws at the top, allowing front panel to pull forward. Unplug drum light and door switch and drum sensor plugs, allowing front panel to be completely removed and set aside. Now, look at the burner area at the lower right. Behind the gas valve you will find a small (about dime sized) high limit thermostat on the left side of the burner cone. It has two wires attached and has a small pin in the center of it. (Only on gas models) Push the pin in.
Now, if that get's you ignition again, CORRECT VENTING ! Get rid of flexible vent material. (use only rigid aluminum vent pipe and elbows) Clean out vent pipes and outside vent hood. Outside vent hood should be the kind with a four inch flap for the opening, not a two inch flap. Tripping of the high limit thermo is almost always caused by inadequate air flow.
Posted on Dec 28, 2008
the vent pipe is probably full of lint. pull the dryer away from the wall, disconnect the vent pipe and look inside the rear of the dryer and thru the vent pipe. remove any lint u find as it is a fire hazard.
Posted on Apr 21, 2009
This could be a problem not with your dryer but with your washer not ringing out the clothes as dry as it once did. Can you verify that in some way? Often times, though, this is more the culprit than your dryer.
Posted on Feb 28, 2010
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