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I had a feather pillow blow up in dryer, now it smells burnt. How do I get rid of smel?.

A feather pillow blew up in dryer, now it smells burnt. How do I get rid of the smell? The dryer seems to be working fine otherwise.

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SOURCE: My clothes smell burnt

If you have done any recent painting or drywall work, oftentimes the dryer will breathe these fumes and it will affect the smell of your clothes. (Just had the same problem) Maybe let the area air out and see if that corrects your problem

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SOURCE: Back heating grate inside dryer has become dark like it's burnt

darkning of the element housing at that point is normal the smell may be coming from lint on the heating element ..may pay to have it cleaned to be sure there is not excess lint accumilation ..or if it has a bottom panel pull it off and clean the base and around the element housing or if filter is on top remove back and clean..still may have some odor simply from lint floating around but better safe than sorry

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SOURCE: dryer gives off a strong odor which make my clothes smell.

if you have been painting or staining recentley the chemicals in these products are mixing with the mercaptin in the gas to cause the odour. The problem will correct itself when the fumes are gone.

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SOURCE: Overheating/burnt rubber smell

classical sign of a bad motor. the motor has a thermal switch on it telling the unit to shut off when it gets hot. after it cools down, the switch will tell the motor to turn back on again. good luck, i'm pretty sure that's your problem. contact me for further help if needed. thanks :)

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SOURCE: Smells like burnt diesel or very hot smell

Can't help thinking that either you don't have the revised operating instructions, or the "Sensor Dry System" is not working properly. Download the revised instructions here [http://lgknowledgebase.com/kb/index.php?View=entry&EntryID=6231 ] and see if this helps. Otherwise have the sensors in the machine tested.

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