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Check thermal fuse ,LG has has a re-settable thermistor.Mounted along left side of heat chamber.

Posted on Jun 02, 2008

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    Archie Ferrarini Jun 03, 2008

    YOU SAY INAPPROPRIATE?YOU HAVE NO HEAT?YOUR UNABLE TO UNDERSTAND MY ADVICE IS TELLING ME YOU SHOULD HAVE A REPAIR TECH. IN YOUR AREA EXPLAIN THE SOLUTION TO YOUR SATISFACTION.

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