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My LG dryer will not power up

Quite simply the dryer will not power up....i have checked the breaker and do have power to the outlet....is there some sort of reset, fuse, etc ?  I purchased the dryer 23 months ago.

We have an LG TROMM DLG5988W gas dryer. We have checked the filter and ducts and there were no major obstructions. There is power to the unit,(lights and controls work). The dryer won't start after we choose a mode,eg. normal mode. Any idea..?

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  • djknox212 Jan 08, 2009

    My DLG5988W dryer won't start. The lights come on, but when you hit the start button, all you hear is a buzzing. It doesn't tumble or anything. Could the motor be fried? I'd like to get it running on my own since it is out of warranty. Thanks, in advance, for your help.

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You may have a broken door switch.  That would be the most likely source of your problem since the machine will not work if the computer senses that the door isn't closed.

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