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My lg dryer stuck on cool only, and it will not get hot

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The cool light on the lg is on all the time. It is only actually cooling when it is flashing. You might have a blown thermostat. Call a tech and have him/her check it out.

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Try your vent if its clocked it wont heat theres a sensor that turns off if it does get hot ive had the problem before or if your vent is to long causes same problem

Posted on May 23, 2008

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