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I had to buy a new dryer, if some one has a LG,with sensor dry, i would like to chat.

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I have an LG dryer that's several years old. The sensor dry feature worked well for the first 4 years or so, but hasn't been as effective and tells me the load is dry when it's still quite wet. I just use the time dry feature if I want to be sure a load dries without my checking on it.

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The sensor dry is terrible, no matter what amount of minutes,it says ,it shuts off, clothes still damp.

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I have never liked my LG dryer for a the same reasons mentioned above.  Will not buy another one!Woman Wink

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I called to complain where i bought it,got no where,just bought last week.

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@goldensrbest   I don't have an LG but I just bought a Maytag dryer and it has sensor dry.  Is it something about the sensor that that you want to talk about?

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have heard so many LG horror stories from friends and family.

i would NOT purchase any LG appliance.

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@luvmybeetle wrote:

@goldensrbest   I don't have an LG but I just bought a Maytag dryer and it has sensor dry.  Is it something about the sensor that that you want to talk about?


Just that the sensor dry is useless.

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Consumer reports rated the LG dryers as best.

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does it have a selection where you can select more or less dry

mine has more dry and very dry

also it says not to put lightweight and heavy weight items together so when I put towels with light stuff I select more dry

I don't have mine connected to water so I can't use the steam cycles