Question about LG DLE8377 Dryer
First make sure if its an electrically heatet(not gas) that you have 240 volts at the unit,then check the thermal fuse located on the dryer vent/blower housing tube housing,it checks like an ordinary fuse,then check the heating element in rthe lower part of the dryer near the vent and blower housing and also the high-limit heat and/or the cycling thermostats,they will check like a fuse,the element will have some resistance but should not show open,now if its a gas dryer,again check the thermal fuse located in the vent ductwork,high limit and/or cycling thermostats,the radiant sensor(that senses the flame) on the burner tube,then the primary boost and secondary gas valve coils located on the gas valve body
Posted on Apr 29, 2010
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