Question about LG Dryers
The most common problem would be a restricted vent. Turn the dryer on and go outside to the vent outlet. Air flow must be fairly strong. If not, clean vent piping and eliminate as much flex ducting as possible. You want the shortest, straightest, smoothest (inside) vent possible. If air flow is strong, clean the two silver bars inside the dryer drum near the lint filter with some rubbing alcohol. If you still have problems, send an "ask me" note with as much info about your symtoms and what you have tried so far. ie: is there any heating? are the clothes unusually wet before going into dryer? has this situation come on slowley or suddenly? are your clothes drying very slowley, or not at all? does the dryer run for hours, or does it stop?
Posted on Aug 28, 2008
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