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gthoman:
I did disconnect the wires before testing...There are 2 control boards on this dryer...the one I was sent was the display....maybe its the other control board...who knows...might be calling someone in the morning....thanks for the help...

wildimaginations:
Did you replace the control board?  That may be your problem.

Hope this helps.

gthoman:
Thanks for all the help, I did order a control board and it should arrive tomorrow, since noone around here stocks LG parts.....I'll update after I try it...Question..If I have everything disconnected, door, steam stuff, will I be able to connect the control board and plug in the dryer and should I get power to the control board? Or do I need to have the door and other thing connected? Just hoping I can do a quick test once the board comes in......Thanks again...

nolazach:
I just came across one of these today. 


LG steam dryer.  No input what so ever no power.  But the light comes on.


  I was hoping beyond all hope that it was a thermal fuse but if I recall corecctly the thermal fuse on the LG just cuts power to the dryer same with the thermistor (actually both give an error)  I have no power.
So I'm ordering a control, I hope that does it.  The manual flow chart said Check for 230-240vac ----->  Check connections---- Check Control.    Connections are good, we have proper voltage.
   I was bummed it wasn't a belt switch or thermal fuse, lol.  I carry the belts and the thermals but don't carry the ebr36858809 PCB board.


   Have to get that from Birmingham Alabama.

domain:
Look at the yellow three pin connector on pcb. Look in epoxy for burn

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