Question about LG DLE2512W Electric Dryer
When I press the power bottom, the LEDs normal and delicate blink continuosly. When I press the start bottom; rotor starts, rotates a bit and stops
OK. Here is the real solution: the dry sensor itself needs to be clean. There is an excess of clothing fiber deposited over the sensor. When you use "sensor dry" the sensor is not detecting humitity flow and it "thinks" that the clothes are dry, therefore it turns the machine off after a minute of operation. The sensor is located on the right side of the plastic grill where the filter is inserted. Stick you head inside the dryer and look down towards the mounting plastic grill and you will see it. You will see 4 holes where the screws are installed to mount the grill. Remove the screws and you will release the sensor. You will see the black and white wires connecting to it when it comes loose. I don't think that it matters where each one is connected, but I did mark them in order to re-install them back to their original connectors. The sensor is made of two metal pieces that run parallel to each other. Disconnect the wires after releasing the sensor. Use a vacuum to clean it. I actually washed it to remove all fiber dust from the surface of the plates and dry it with a hair dryer. Clean it very well so you do have to do it again anytime soon. Re-install the sensor and reset the dryer. This should do the trick... Good Luck!
Posted on Jun 17, 2008
The blinking lights on an LG is telling you there is a problem with the door /light switch. Check the connection and replace if necessary. This should solve the problem.
Posted on Jun 07, 2008
Try to test continuity of heating coil with an ohmmeter...power off unit before opening...should not be OPEN but should be low ohms around 2-5.
Posted on Jul 07, 2007
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