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Not real familiar with LG but in most dryers, when you get black marks on clothes it will usually be on things like collars or cuffs that are catching in the edge of the drum where it meats the stationary part of the cabinet. That usually means a drum seal needs replaced. some are made of felt and need glued in and some are like a plastic/nylon strip that snap into holes in the drum
black marks on cloths usually occurs on older dryer when the felt liner that supports the drum, wears out or is torn, leaving a gap for cloths to get pulled into and between the drum-and drum support.
The replacement part (is not felt anylonger) but made of teflon and has self-sticking backing that goes on the front support after removing the old felt and glue. While you at it, order a new belt, that is most likely been slipping when the closes get jamed between the drum and support. Look up your model number on selectapart.com They aslo have tutorials so you can see how to install these items
If those marks are little brown marks/they do look like burn marks but your cloths are being pinched by the front and rear felts on the drum//to test that take a white rag reach in to dryer at the edge of the drum front and rear rub the rag// you may have to push it between the drum and the dryer housing you will get brown marks that is rust///If you replace front and rear drum glides (seals) that will cure the problem I would price parts first as sometimes replacement is a lot cheaper.......Hope this helped....If I did please vote If you need more help please ask...Good luck
Usually, if you are getting brown streaks or marks on clothing, one or both of the drum seals are going bad. Clothing will drag between the bulkhead and the drum, leaving brown marks. If you want to do the repair yourself, I can provide instructions, otherwise call for service.
was a pen or crayon placed in the machine by mistake ? You will need to remove the residue, use rubbing alcohol on a rag for marker or pen ink , crayon use a razor scraper and then clenser and scrunge pad.
Squeak is caused by a worn out roller rolling metal to metal - Most dryers have rollers, felts and drum slides to balance drum rotation:
When rollers wear off, black powder leaks to rear felts and black marks are left on clothes.
Same thing happens when drum slides wear off (black marks are left on clothes)
The gasket between the drum and the back panel may be worn or missing. I had a similar problem with a 34 year old dryer when the felt gasket wore out and allowed metal-to-metal contact between the drum and the back panel. The clothes would get pinched between them and make a black "kiss" mark.