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SANTA   
SANTA

Looking for a manual. This is a supposedly new dryer bought on one of those bidding websites. I'm told when powering on the check filter code keeps beeping, the power button flashes and it won't start. I'm thinking either it's a faulty "new" machine or something was shook loose in shipping. Customer only got a 30 second warranty. Model DLGX3360V steam dryer.

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RegUS_PatOff

I don't have a service manual for that model (still looking)

could just be something shook loose in shipping ... Belt, Connector, etc

"Check Filter" is a normal "reminder" before each load on LG's

If the Filter is clean, just ignore that message.

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SANTA   
SANTA

Thanks Reg, I'll be looking at the dryer today. The "Check Filter" can't be ignored on this model because it continues to beep, unless it's supposed to do that until the dryer is started. I'll have more info tonight.

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SANTA   
SANTA

Found the problem. The drum light connection had came off. The beeping had nothing to do with the clean filter light. It's an E5 error. The tech sheet says to check door switch and or light bulb. Wondering if a burned out bulb would shut these machines down.

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