Question about LG Dryers
It sounds as though your heating element is bad. you will need to replace this, you will have to take the screws off on the inside of dry door and pry up on the top corners with a flat tip as this will remove you front panel, the door switch will have to be disconnected, you can then lift the top up and rest it in the up position, the coil is in the back right corner looks like a spring that has sprung. It is not that hard to replace the hardest part is taking off the front panel. The coil will run from like 29-40 or so dollars. Just remember to unplug the machine first. Hope this helped tim
Posted on Sep 11, 2010
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