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LG Dryer Lint Filter
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149 Reviews
PartSelect Number PS3531962
Manufacturer Part Number ADQ56656401
The Dryer's Lint Filter is used to collect lint during the dryer cycle as it passes through the dryer vent, in order to prevent damage to the machine. This manufacturer-approved part comes in gray, measures around 12 inches wide by 11 inches high, and is easy to install. It slides into the lint filter slot in your dryer. If there is visible damage to the screen then it's time to replace the part. We recommend that you thoroughly clean the lint filter before every load, but even with good maintenance, this hard-working part is often damaged or worn over time. If your dryer isn't drying quickly, the filter may be responsible. The manufacturer has made an authorized substitution to the lint filter. Special details: When replacing lint screen ADQ56656401 you may need to also replace lint screen housing MCK49049101 and lint screen guide MEA49050001 to prevent items from catching on the lint screen, depending on your model.
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David from Annapolis, MD
Filter parts chipped - replaced
Removed existing parts using screwdriver, positioned new parts in dryer and re-inserted screws, tightened - done. Piece of cake, even for someone who cannot saw a straight line with a chop saw. Read more...
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LG Dryer Lint Filter Assembly
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88 Reviews
PartSelect Number PS3527575
Manufacturer Part Number 5231EL1001C
The lint filter sits in your dryer, and collects loose lint when the machine is operating. Sometimes the lint filter will become clogged or damaged, and in this case, you will need to replace your current lint filter with this part. The frame of this line filter is made of white plastic, and the filter is sold individually. To replace the filter, simply remove the old, damaged filter, and replace it with the new one.
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Gene from COLUMBIA, SC
Dryer would not dry clothes
The customer support received from the this site individual. Was professional and very helpful. The video they recommended want me to the replacement part (Thermistor Ntc) step-by-step thanks to this site I had no problem at all Read more...
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LG Dryer 4 PACK ROLLER ASSEMBLY
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71 Reviews
PartSelect Number PS17269866
Manufacturer Part Number 4581EL2002L
4 PACK ROLLER ASSEMBLY
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Mark from WAVERLY, OH
Dryer making a thumping and squealing noise when running
Had to replace front drum support rollers. Removed screws underneath top in back that held bracket that keeps top in place. Slid top towards rear and lifted up. Removed 4 screws that hold plastic front panel in place (inside..2 on each corner) Unplugged front panel electric plugs to remove panel. Opened door..removed 2 screws at bottom of door opening. Removed screws on top of front panel. Unplugged door switch plug. Removed front panel. Removed right front roller with 9/16th wrench for nut. Adjustable for back of stud. Lifted up on drum to get roller out. Reversed to install. Left roller a bit harder to get to stud. Removed and installed same as right side. Did not attempt to replace rear rollers. Have them if needed but very much more involved to replace. Read more...
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LG Dryer Lint Filter
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62 Reviews
PartSelect Number PS3527578
Manufacturer Part Number 5231EL1003B
The lint filter in your dryer is used to collect lint as it passes through the dryer vent. If you notice that your dryer is not providing enough heat, or if it takes too long to dry, you may need to replace the lint filter. You should also replace the lint filter if you notice it is damaged during regular maintenance. Many of our customers have rated this repair as easy. To complete the repair, simply remove the old lint filter and replace it with the new one. You may want to use a flat head screwdriver to remove any residual lint before you install the new filter.
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Sheryl from SPRINGFIELD, MO
Dryer not heating
I followed video instruction in disassembling and set screws from each section into diferent small bowls in the order they were removed. Hardest part was some of the screws were really hard to get loose without stripping them and my control panel did not match video but I figured it out. Replacing the parts were easy and putting it back together. While it was apart I cleaned everything including fan blower wheel. Thanks for the right parts and your online video. With your help and a prayer this 62 year old woman fixed the problem and dryer runs like new. Read more...
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LG Dryer Lint Screen Housing
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20 Reviews
PartSelect Number PS3534930
Manufacturer Part Number MCK49049101
This is an authentic dryer lint filter cover sourced directly from the manufacturer. It protects the more delicate lint filter in your dryer, so that it doesn’t get damaged and lint can’t mix in with your clothes. This product is gray in color and is made of plastic. It is sold individually. The manufacture has modified the part and suggests replacing the filter guide also. Please see your specific model information to locate the filter guide.
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David from Annapolis, MD
Filter parts chipped - replaced
Removed existing parts using screwdriver, positioned new parts in dryer and re-inserted screws, tightened - done. Piece of cake, even for someone who cannot saw a straight line with a chop saw. Read more...
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LG Dryer Drum Belt
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8 Reviews
PartSelect Number PS11705916
Manufacturer Part Number 4400EL2001F
The belt wraps the length of the dryer drum, secured by a tension pulley and then loops around the motor pulley. If you find that the drum is not turning properly or at all while your dryer is in succession, it might be due to the belt being broken.
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Spencer from SHALIMAR, FL
Dryer would turn on but no heat to dry clothing
Unplugged dryer, pled forward to get access to back of dryer. Removed screws, enabling top, front control clip. door panel to be taken off. Lift out drum, replace heater assembly. drum belt, thermistor. Cleaned entire interior and reassembled, working good as new. All parts fit and were a exact match. Read more...
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LG Dryer Thermal Fuse
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24 Reviews
PartSelect Number PS3530485
Manufacturer Part Number 6931EL3003D
This thermal fuse acts as a high-limit thermostat, and shuts off the heating element when the dryer overheats by cutting off power to the dryer. If the thermal fuse has blown, the dryer will not start. These fuses cannot be reset, so if yours has blown, you will need to replace it. A common reason for the thermal fuse to blow on a dryer is if the exhaust vent on your dryer is restricted or blocked. Hot air will be confined in the dryer and the fuse will trip and stop the electricity from flowing to the gas valve or heating element.
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Richard from ORMOND BEACH, FL
Dryer would run with no heat
I actually went to mr fix it on u tube. Great instruction on how to take dryer apart. First I unplugged the dryer. I found I could reach the heating system by removing the lint tube in the back of the dryer. I put my I phone with the light on inside the back of the dryer and tested the connections to see if all were working. The thermal fuse was not working. I removed the two wires , red on top and white on the bottom. Then used a small Phillips screwdriver to remove the two mounting screws and removed the fuse. I then used a vacuum to clear any lint from the back of the dryer and inside the dryer. This took me about an hour and a half. I did it this way because I did not want to disassemble the entire dryer to get to the components. I received the fuse in 3 days and tested it. It was fine. I then put it in the dryer screwed it in place, connected the wires. Replaced the lint tube. This took about 10 minutes. Dryer is running great. Read more...
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LG Dryer COVER,GUIDE
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13 Reviews
PartSelect Number PS12368455
Manufacturer Part Number 3550EL1005C
This is an OEM lint filter guide cover made for LG dryers. This is one of three pieces in the entire lint filter assembly, along with the lint filter guide and filter itself, which are both sold separately from this. This guide cover is made entirely of plastic and measures approximately 16 inches wide. If the lint filter assembly for your dryer is broken, chipped, or cracked, and ultimately cannot perform efficiently anymore, covers like this must be replaced immediately. This cover comes individually and without any accompanying parts, so be sure to check your lint filter assembly for the necessary parts before ordering.
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LG Dryer Lint Filter
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17 Reviews
PartSelect Number PS7787727
Manufacturer Part Number ADQ73373201
This lint filter assembly for your dryer catches lint and debris from your clothes. You can find it near the door. It helps keep the air flowing properly and stops lint from blocking the exhaust ducts. If it is broken or clogged, your clothes will take more time to dry, and there is a risk your dryer could overheat, leading to a fire. This is a genuine replacement part from the original manufacturer and is sold individually.
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Lynne from YARDLEY, PA
No problem just needed a new lint filter
Just dropped the new lint filter in place for it

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LG Dryer High Limit Thermostat and Thermistor Kit
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2 Reviews
PartSelect Number PS16878105
Manufacturer Part Number AGM30045804
This dryer thermistor temperature sensor helps monitor and regulate the temperature inside a dryer. This part includes the wire harness. If your dryer overheats, does not produce enough heat, or takes too long to dry, then the thermistor might be defective or damaged. This can cause a fault code and could begin either prolonging or shortening drying time. As a safety precaution, make sure to unplug the dryer from the power source before beginning this installation, and wear gloves to protect your hands. Refer to the installation instructions provided by the manufacturer for further guidance.
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Ephraim from CEDARHURST, NY
Did not heat
Called Parts Select and assisted me in proper parts needed. Drier works as new.

Took out drum. Found all parts easy to locate. Found defective part and replaced with new one.

Thank you Parts Select for your assistance.
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If you appreciate innovative technology and smart features, then you likely own an LG dryer. Aside from their spacious drums for large laundry loads, these dryers are known for features such as Wi-Fi connectivity, steam cleaning, and sensor dry monitors. If you find yourself unable to control your dryer’s functions or are having difficulties drying your clothes thoroughly, then it’s probably time to replace a faulty part or two.

With over 2 million parts in stock, PartSelect is proud to carry a wide selection of genuine OEM replacement parts for your LG dryer. Whether you need a new lint filter, timer, thermostat, lint filter, or anything else, PartSelect is here to help. Use our model search feature to find the right part for your LG dryer model and get ready to DIY your dryer back to life.

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Most LG dryer issues are simple to troubleshoot and fix. We talk about some of the common symptoms you will see, as well as helping you figure out what part you need to fix them. These are easy DIY tasks that anyone can tackle. Your LG dryer will be up and running in no time.

Noisy LG Dryer – Dryers have a lot of moving parts, and as these parts wear out and near the end of their lifespan, they may start making noises. These noises are helpful diagnostic tools; for instance, if you hear squeaking it is likely a rotating part like an idler pulley or drum bearings. If you hear grinding or scratching, it could be a sign that the drum glide or seal has worn down. Some of the common dryer noises are squeaking, thumping or banging, and grinding. The parts that are most likely to cause your LG dryer to become noisy are the drive belt and pulley, the drum rollers and bearings, the drum glides, and the blower wheel.

LG Dryer Will Not Start – If your LG dryer will not turn on the first thing you are going to want to do is check the outlet, the fuses, and the breaker. There is a good chance it could be a power failure, and checking these parts will help confirm that. If you are not experiencing power failure or electronics problems, meaning the appliance is on but it just will not run a cycle, you will want to start by checking the door switch. A dryer will not run if it thinks the door is open. So, check to make sure the switch is not broken, faulty, or obstructed. If you find no issue with the door switch you should then take a look at the thermal fuse, start switch, timer, and thermostats.

LG Dryer Not Heating Properly – If you are running cycle after cycle and finding the clothes in your dryer are not completely dry there could be a heating issue. It is possible your LG dryer is not getting hot enough or it is not getting hot at all. The most likely cause is an airflow issue, which is a simple fix. You are going to want to clean out the exhaust vents, which should be part of your regular dryer maintenance. If your vents are clear and the problem persists you can then start to look at specific parts, such as the heating element, thermal fuse, power cord, and thermostats.

LG Dryer Will Not Tumble – Overloading your LG dryer might cause a power imbalance; the motor might struggle to rotate the drum if it is too heavy. This could cause bigger problems if you are frequently overworking the motor, so this is something you want to be aware of. If you have ruled that out the most likely cause is an issue with the drive belt. Over time this part might stretch out or break. If it does, the drum will not be properly attached to the pulley system that spins it. You can check this by rotating the drum with your hand, if there is no resistance and it spins too freely it is likely an issue with the belt. If it is not the belt you should test the motor.

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