I am having a similar problem to a post noted in 2011, but I'm not sure what he did to fix it. So this is what I have. I have a WM3677HW LG combo washer/dryer that is not drying. It is washing fine. It then takes forever to run through the dry cycle only to give us soaking wet laundry and sitting water in the bottom. We have extensive work done on it without results. Here is what has been done. The filter board was replaced because it had at some point overheated apparently early in it's lifecycle according to my repairman. He has serviced it frequently and said it "always looked that way." The second repair man saw it and replaced an filter board. He replaced a main board. He then replace the valve assembly. He then replaced thermistors. He then replaced the main board, valve assembly and thermistors all at the same time. Each time it has been worked on. It seems to work completely one time before reverting back to its old pattern of soaking wet clothes. From the forum, we tried something today. We checked the resistance of each solenoid on valve assembly. Each was around 500 ohms. Then we ran a load of clothes through with the dryer valve assembly "unplugged." Wellah! Dry clothes. However, it took three times as long to dry than usual What do you make of this crazy thing? We would definitely appreciate some help with it. We purchased it originally because venting and the 220V on a conventional machine is not a real viable option. I hate to throw in the towel, but I cannot keep paying for service bills that don't fix it. Thanks!
Edited by DurhamAppliance, 29 August 2014 - 06:34 AM.