LG dryers are catching all the wrong things during operation. The lint trap cover does not sit flush on the machines and this protrusion can cause a host of issues. A similar issue is already the subject of a lawsuit involving dryers manufactured by LG, but this problem exists in the LG branded dryers as well.
Sometimes customers’ clothes are caught on the protrusion of the lint trap cover, and often times the garment is ruined as a result. Sometimes the piece of clothing that the lint trap catches also catches the other clothes in the dryer, resulting in an entangled mess of clothes that are not drying properly and often ruined. It is also possible that the small protrusion causes an excessive accumulation of lint in the dryer. Does any of this sound familiar to you?
“I am having the SAME EXACT ISSUE with the dryer lint filter! It is catching and RUINING many clothes. Or, an item will get caught on the right side of the filter and spin for the entire cycle, catching all other items and twisting them into a demented amalgamation of LG DRYER TORNADO HELL! HELP!!!!!! Nothing is blocking the lint screen or anything down below it! It just will not fit properly and it is bizarre!!!!” – LG Dryer Customer –
Customers are befuddled by the cause of the issue because there does not appear to be any explanation for why the problem exists. Most customers explain that the lint trap or lint screen slides into the LG dryer without a problem and that there are no objects preventing the lint screen from fully inserting into place. This is because the lint screen covers are defective and do not fit properly into the LG dryers. Continue reading