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Skiter29

Lg Washer timer goes down fast

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working on a LG dryer model #DLEX510V Customer says dryer will start out at 48 min then after about 2 mins it will go down to 19 then a little longer will go down to 5 then off checked the venting also checked the sensor inside the drum and also the wiring everything looks good any ideals whats up Its a DRYER not a washer sorry

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Raise/elevate the rear of the dryer so that it is about 1/2 to 1 inch higher off the floor than the front of the dryer.

This will cause small loads of wet laundry to continually tumble at front of the drum (towards the moisture sensor).

When clothing tumbles---and does not continually touch/contact the Moisure Sensor---the Main Board will begin an accelerated termination-of-the-cycle.

Erratic or no signal from the Moisture Sensor will be interpreted by the Main Board as an indication that the clothing is dry or almost dry).

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