Question about LG DLE3777 Electric Dryer
It sounds like the heating element is going out. After a dryer has been used over a period of time, the heating element that produces the heat to dry the clothes gets old, and does not get as hot as it once did, thus needing to be replaced. The replacement is not that hard, and does not cost as much as a new dryer. If you are familiar with working on appliances, then this should be an easy fix, but if you are not, then I would recommend that you call a repairman.
Posted on Mar 12, 2011
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