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Everything working cloths remain damp have to run dryer at least 2 or 3 times to dry load of wash

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That's a normal result of the spin cycle which wrings the excess moisture out of the fabrics. The wrinkles should disappear, or be significantly reduced, after running them through a clothes dryer, or hanging them properly for line drying.

However, more wrinkles will remain if you allow the damp clothes to remain in the washer too long before drying.

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Dryer has a moisture sensor that detects the clothes are dry so it shuts off earlier. If the clothes are still damp then the dryer vent may be plugged and causing the unit to run hot or not able to fully evacuate the air from the machine. Clean the vent and make sure it's completely free and try again. If it short cycles again and clothes still damp you may have a sensor controller issue.

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Dryer continues to run past the preset time.


If you are not running the load on "Time Dry", the machine will automatically use the sensor dry settings. Meaning that it automatically adjusts dry time with the dampness of the load. If you look near the time window you will notice that it says "est. time remaining". If you would like to have the unit run for just 20 minutes use the time dry button you will notice the dryness level light will turn off. The means your unit does not care how wet or dry the clothes are it will just run for 20 minutes. Hope this helped explain things.

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Our LG dryer doesn't dry clothes very well. We usually have to run the dryer 2 or 3 times to dry our clothes. I've checked the lint filter, hose and vent. Everything is clear.


if you have checked vent all the way out to termination point and sure that it is clear and not obstructed with damp lint then i would say you possible have a bad thermostat on the heater... this regulates how often and how long the dryer heating element runs and stays off.it has a open temperature and a shut down temperature... i would suggest replacement of that first... it is located on the heating element of unit... it is a round disk shape like bi-metal with 2 wires attached to it...
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I have the same problem. The half load / drying button is pushed in; the drying time set; I've reduced the load to almost nothing, but it won't dry. I've tried numerous cycles. The clothes spin, but are still damp at the end.

How would I go about checking my lid switch or fixing my clutch, if that's the problem?

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Sometimes the clothes will be damp @ the end of auto dry.


It is possible. However, as with all dryers, check your venting first. Is the vent hose kinked or clogged? Does it run for a long length? All of these factors contribute to heating problems. To test, run a load wih the vent hose detached and see what happens.

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As long as the dryer doesn't have electronic controls, this very common symptom indicates a bad(open) heating element.

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