Why does my LG dryer stop after a few minutes?
Similarly, it is asked, why does my dryer stop after a few minutes?
Dryer: Starts then stops. If an electric dryer starts but then stops before the load is dry, a clogged exhaust vent may have caused the dryer to overheat and trip the thermal fuse. A bad drive motor, failed timer or faulty electronic control board can also stop the dryer before the cycle ends.
Likewise, how do I reset my LG dryer? You can reset the machine by unplugging the dryer or tripping the dryer's circuit breaker. While the dryer is without power, hold the Start/Pause button for five seconds to reset. Then, restore power to the appliance and check to see if the code has persisted. If it has, LG recommends a repair service.
Considering this, why does the dryer keep stopping?
A blown fuse will make a dryer stop operating in the midst of a cycle. If you discover that the dryer stops almost immediately once it's on, then the problem is usually caused by the dryer. When airflow becomes blocked with lint and debris, the dryer can overheat and cause a fire.
Why does my LG dryer take so long to dry?
LG Dryer takes too long. If the vent is clogged or partially clogged, it will restrict the airflow through the dryer, substantially increasing the drying time. To ensure proper dryer performance, you should clean your dryer's venting system at least once per year.