Question about LG DLG5988 Gas Dryer
There is a sensor switch/button that trips when dryer gets too hot. This will turn off the gas ignitor to the dryer. You have to go to the back of the dryer, at the top, remove three screws and remove the top, Slide the top off and remove the screws to the control panel, and the screws that hold on the front door panel. Under the left side of the heat flu inbetween the two wire is the sensor switch or button, press the button and wellah, you are back in business. Vacuun out the lint, which, this is the reason it tripped the sensor, and reassemble your dryer.
Posted on Oct 02, 2011
You have one of 3 problems. No gas, high limit switch problem or motor circuit is broken. You will need a professional LG technician to diagnose the problem.
Posted on Oct 04, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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