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We have an LG electric dryer, DLEX7177WM, manufactured SEP-2005.

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We have an LG electric dryer, DLEX7177WM, manufactured SEP-2005. It stopped heating tonight. The cycles all work, the lint filter and hoses are clean, great airflow. Ideas?

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Do you have a volt meter? Do you know how to check continuity? Let me know, thanks, Bryan

Customer: replied 5 years ago.

Hi, Bryan -


Yes to both questions, but I am leaving for a week. I'll have my son, Patrick, pick this up with you.





okay,thanks , Bryan
Customer: replied 5 years ago.
<p>Hi Bryan,</p><p>I do have a volt meter and I am experienced with it. What will you have me do?</p><p>Regards,<br />Patrick</p>

I'm sorry Patrick, I was very sick all weekend and couldn't work. let me know if you still want to go ahead and attempt to fix this, thanks, Bryan

Customer: replied 5 years ago.
Yes, please! I know it's a headache my dad won't want to take care of when he gets back into town. I have a decent understanding of electrical circuits and am confident to follow your directions.

ok, on this diagram you need to check for continuity in the heater # XXXXX , the thermostat # XXXXX unplug the dryer and check these for continuity, get back to me and let me know,

Customer: replied 5 years ago.
<p>Hi Bryan,</p><p> </p><p>I'm sorry, I did not have a chance to pull the dryer out until this evening. I'm not quite sure just how to reveal the heater and thermostat. I see that they are located on the bottom, back side of the dryer according to the diagram you've provided. Can you please tell me how to access them directly?</p>
here are all the diagrams, you need to go in from the front by removing the front panel. take the top off the dryer and then the control panel assembly then the whole front panel door and all. link to the diagrams.thanks Bryan
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