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Lg tromm dle2512w electric dryer won't go past 6 or go to zero on sensor dry. We can't figure out where the moisture sensor is located. Is it along the inside edge of the outer portion of the lint trap and does it look like 2 parallel chrome bands?

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Yes that is your moisture sensor bar.

Posted on Sep 01, 2010

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