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LG DLE5932W no heat on permanent press , no problem with normal heat. Have replace the whole heating module, still no heat on permament press setting. Ran the diagnostic, ON pressing the start/pause button the second time the heater 1(1250W) supposed to kick in , but display showed 24 which is the room temp. Exhaust pipe still feel cold. On 3rd time pressing the start/pause button where Heater 1 + heater 2 (5400W) kick in the display showed 50, exhaust feels hot

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Check the "heater element" for continuity on both elements in the assembly. I think that you will find that one of them is bad. Here is a link to the part in case you need it.

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