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Unplug the dryer for 2 minutes, then plug back in. At the same time, unhook the dryer vent form the dryer. After plugging it back in, run the dryer and see if the issue comes back. If not, then your house vent is clogged somewhere between the dryer and the outlet of the house. The best way to clear this vent is to stick a leaf blower into the dryer vent and turn it on to blower thru the house vent toward the outside. If there is a clog, it will be blown out the other end, or get jammed at the outlet vent. After running the blower check the outlet vent to see if clear, or clear it out. Then reconnect the dryer vent to dryer, and try it again to see if check filter light comes back. If you find this information helpful, please give me a great rating. If not, please respond back for more information....thanks
Yes, did all of the above multiple times before posting. Definitly not a clog. wife just informed me that the "check filter" is always on for a reminder.
Still, problem is we press the power button... powers up instantly like always... Choose setting, does not matter which setting we choose .... push start and within a second it turns off.
Hello, hope you can help.
Hello Jon, first time that I've done this just answer deal. Not sure what happens next. Did you have any ideas about me ordeal? Thanks
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Yes Indeed we are waiting for an answer. we paid 20 dollors for 1 person to tell us he has no idea, and the other guy has yet to reply. So again..we have a LG dryer 2101....2 years old.
problem is we press the power button... powers up instantly like always... Choose setting, does not matter which setting we choose .... push start and within a second it turns off. Thanks Rachel...
Sorry to hear about that. Were here in tampa and know hurricanes very well. Hope you guys are ok and get back to normal soon.
Tried the above situation, did not work. I have an ac volt reader ready for whats next. Thanks
hello again, not the belt, I do have continuity on thermostat. i have the main board off. ready when you are. Thanks