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DLEX5170W
DLEX5170W
DLEX5170W
DLEX5170W
DLEX5170W

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7.3 cu. ft. Ultra Large Capacity SteamDryer™ (Electric)

DLEX5170W

COLORGraphite Steel   White
  • 7.3 cu. ft. Ultra Capacity
  • TrueSteam™ Technology
  • SteamFresh™ cycle
  • SteamSanitary™ cycle

$999.99

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2 years, 1 month ago
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lbsigmon
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The lint filter is just inside the door at the bottom.
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1 year, 8 months ago
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the lint filter is in the front of the dryer near/just inside the door.
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1 year, 10 months ago
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St Louis, MO, USA
 
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The lint filter is just as you open the door.
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1 year, 11 months ago
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The lint filter is just inside the door when opened. It pulls straight up and is easy to clean.
2 years ago
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Anonymous
Montgomery, AL, USA
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It is located on the inside of the dryer
2 years, 1 month ago
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I attached an image for you that shows where the lint filter is located.

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Side
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the side
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1 year, 11 months ago
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Answer: 
in the top left hand corner is where you pull, and the dryer opens out to the side... I will say I do miss having a dryer to open down to catch any wet clothes that may slip from my hand
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2 years, 4 months ago
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Door opens to the sides only left hinge or right
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2 years, 4 months ago
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I have tried a few settings and I've had no luck getting a single
load dry yet. These clothes have been in there for over
24 hours now. What am I doing wrong?
1 year ago
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Answer: 
Make sure your ducts are clear. The installers did not change our venting duct because it looked good, but it was packed with lint. Once we cleared the duct, the dryer began to work really well.
7 months ago
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JudyO2014
Gaithersburg, MD
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nothing probably. when was the last time you had the vent cleaned? we cleaned ours the other day and our dryer went from 2-3 hours to less then 30 min for a load of jeans.
cost us $100 to have the vent cleaned and about 5 gal bucket worth of lint came out. the house is 8 years old and we moved in recently so we don't know if this was the first time it was done or not.
9 months ago
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Orlando, Fl
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I was overwhelmed when I first got this dryer. It had been twenty years since I had a new dryer. I did read the manual but the numerous dials and buttons were quite scary...at first. On the left side of the panel there is a button that reads 'Smart Diagnosis'. This should be pressed first and then the dial on the right side will light up. Select the type of load you have, i.e. towels, bedding, casual wear, etc., by simply rotating the dial to your selection. Then press the button on the lower right of the panel that says 'start/pause'. The dryer should then begin. I've had my dryer for about six weeks now and I'm still learning about all the things it can do. Just keep reading the manual and trying it out. I hope you get it to work for you.
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Please contact LG Live Chat https://www.lg.com/us/support/message-customer-support or call LG Customer Service at (800) 243-0000. Thank you.
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where and how does the water line connect to appliance
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No water line is needed, as there is a removable plastic water container that you add water to.
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No! you simply add a very small amount of water( a cup or less) in a small reservoir @ the top of the dryer. It is really easy. The water evaporates during the steaming function. It really works great to remove wrinkles in clothes you might forget to take out of the dryer. Also works great to freshen up sport coats & such that really don't need to go to the dry cleaners yet.
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No it does not. there is a compartment on the top of the drer where you put the water.
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Yes, you can use dryer sheet, it's a "normal" dryer and I use them all the time.
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yes
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Dryer sheets should not be used with high efficiency units, really any dryer with sensor based features, because the sheets can damage those sensors.
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