Complete the set with a matching washer and dryer.
Make every part of laundry day easier starting with the SmartThinQ™ technology that allows you to manage your laundry remotely and with the flexible LG EasyLoad™ door that opens two ways for easy loading and unloading. The additional feature such as the LG Sensor Dry system measures the number of moisture levels throughout the cycle and automatically adjusts the drying time. All the more reason to take advantage of the 7.3 cu. ft. extra-large capacity that handles really large loads. So go ahead - reclaim your laundry day.
LG SmartThinQ™ technology
Stay ahead of the cycle, and access key LG dryer features remotely with the SmartThinQ™ technology.
Electronic control panel with dual LED display
Intuitive Dial-A-Cycle™ controls and easy-to-read dual LED display indicators help you find the right setting every time.
Helps the service center diagnose problems over the phone or with a simple app on your smartphone to minimize costly, inconvenient service calls.*
7.3 cu. ft. ultra-large capacity
Do laundry a little less often. With 7.3 cu. ft. of capacity, this dryer handles really large loads, saving you time and energy.
9 drying cycles
Deliver custom-care performance for a variety of fabrics.
5 temperature settings
This dryer provides the proper heat for different fabric types to avoid overdrying.
Sensor Dry system
Measures the moisture levels during the cycle and automatically adjusts the drying time to help ensure you get dry laundry every time.
LoDecibel™ quiet operation
There's no need for laundry to be noisy. The LG LoDecibel™ motor ensures that you may not even notice it.
FlowSense™ duct clogging indicator
Tells you when it's time to clean the ducts out. Clean ducts mean a great drying every time.
ENERGY STAR® qualified
Save money and energy with a dryer that uses less energy than required by federal standards.
Load and unload the way you want to with the dual-opening options of the LG EasyLoad™ dryer door.
Proactive Customer Care
Proactive Customer Care gives you recommended maintenance tips and usage reports to help keep your appliances running at their best. Plus receive alerts for potential problems before they arise.
A:AnswerThe door opens to the side if you grab it by the top corner opposite the hinge. If you grab it in the middle of its top, there's a clip you can depress that opens it from the top, but only for about 45 degrees. It makes a sort of chute that let's you load it without bending much.
A:AnswerYes you use a periscope with this dryer.
Yes best buy sells them, Smart Choice - 0" to 18" Periscope Dryer Vent Required for Hook-Up - for 26.99
If you have them in stall the dryer they require you to purchase their part.
If you go to the best buy web site and add the dryer to a cart, it should automatically show the list of parts required to purchase for installation.
A:AnswerThe Anti-Bacterial cycle on the ENERGY STAR® Qualified LG 7.3 Cu. Ft. 9-Cycle Electric Dryer with Sensor Dry - White, Model # DLE7300WE reaches a specific temperature and time needed to kill 99.9% of bacteria in the load. NSF International (formerly the National Sanitation Foundation), certifies that the Anti Bacterial cycle reduces 99.9% of bacteria on laundry, and none of the bacteria will carry over onto the next laundry load.dryer which means it has been third-party tested to assure this level of germ killing. The default settings for the Anti Bacterial cycle are high temperature and Very Dry. These default settings cannot be changed. The control panel on the dryer has an Anti Bacterial option that can be selected for the by press the Anti Bacterial button to add the option to a cycle. Anti Bacteria option is allowed on the Normal and Heavy Duty cycles...^IFV
A:AnswerHi Joe. The ENERGY STAR® Qualified LG 7.3 cu. ft. Smart wi-fi Enabled Electric Dryer with Sensor Dry Technology, Model # DLE7300WE has its own terminal block that must be connected to a separate 240 VAC, 60-Hertz, single-phase circuit, fused at 30 amperes (the circuit must be fused on both sides of the line). It is not available as a 240 VAC 3-phase. Keep in mind that throughout North America, homes are powered by 120-volt single-phase electricity. A typical residential circuit breaker box reveals four wires coming into our homes: two “hot” wires, a neutral wire and ground. The two "hot" wires carry 240 VAC, which is used for heavy appliances like electric ranges and dryers. However, the voltage between both hot wire and the neutral wire is 120 VAC, which powers everything else in our homes...^IFV