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|Product Dimensions||76.2 x 12.7 x 12.7 cm; 453.59 Grams|
LG Electronics LG 3911EZ9131X
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- This LG AAA30793428 is a genuine OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) part manufactured to exact specifications
- Bracket Adjustment Assembly for LG Washer/Dryer Pedestals to convert pre 2007 LG washer/dryer models for installation on new pedestals
- LG Bracket Adjustment Assembly contains 4 white brackets, 10 screws, and installation wrench
- High quality OEM LG AAA30793428 Washer/Dryer Pedestal Bracket Adjustment Assembly is manufactured with premium materials for durability and exact fit, be sure to follow instructions in installation manual when installing this part
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This high quality OEM LG AEQ73209904 Ice Maker Assembly is manufactured to exact specifications with durable materials and will fit a variety of LG Refrigerator models. Offering security and reliability that your LG Refrigerator will function correctly producing ice properly. Please be aware that both the electricity supply and the water supply need to be shut off/disconnected when replacing this part. All frozen items should be removed from freezer and stored properly until the service on appliance has been completed and freezer has returned to operational temperature. Compatible Models: LSXS26326S, LSXS26336S, LSXC22396D, LSXS26386S, LSXS26366S, LSXS26386D, LSXC22486S, LSXS26396S, LSXC22396S, LSXC22486D, LSXS26366D, LSXS26336V, LSXS26336D, 51862, LSXC22386D, LSXC22426S, 51833, LSXC22436S, 51839, 51863, 51867, 51869, 51832, LSXS26326W, 51733, LSXC22326S, 51737, 51857, 51853
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Besides cost, my biggest issue with adding a side vent kit is that my dryer doesn't like it. If there were any other way, I'd have considered it. I read where you shouldn't have four 90 degree turns. But to vent out the side and through the roof, you have to have that many. 1. the elbow in the side vent kit. 2. exhaust vent hose makes a 90 to the back wall. 3. The vent pipe in the wall has a 90 toward the roof. 4. the roof vent has a 90 or even more. So my brand new LG dryer with clean pipes all the way to the roof (just had roof and vent replaced) gives me a Flow error message. The dryer still works fine. LG just says it will use more energy for longer drying times.
Before I forget...this was sent and received in a timely fashion
I watched several videos on how to install this. Here's my suggestion for installation. Use at your own risk. Be careful of sharp edges!
First off, don't let anybody tell you that you have to dismantle the dryer. Here's a trick I learned by dumb luck. Lay the dryer on the opposite side of which you plan to vent. (Use a towel or rug as to not scratch your new dryer) This gave me access to a small hole on the bottom of the dryer. Remove the back vent pipe. Now take off the side vent panel cover. You can also remove the bottom vent cover to allow your hands to access the area from different directions. Save bottom cover to reinstall when work is complete.
From the rear, install the first tube with the bracket. Note: remember to look for the small hole in the bottom of the dryer to help you line up and start the screw in the bracket. Once this screw is tightly in, (big time saver coming) tape the elbow to the third pipe while still OUTSIDE the dryer. (Hint: don't push these pieces together too tight or you won't have enough length to connect your exhaust hose.)
Through the back vent hole, insert the pipe end first followed by the elbow. Twist this into location with the elbow facing forward and the pipe through the side vent hole. Connect the elbow to the pipe you installed earlier. Easy enough? Cut several pieces of tape around 10 to 12 inches long and begin to remove a corner of the backing. If you are using duct tape, forget what I said about the backing.
Now here comes the hard part. Reaching in the bottom and/or back vent holes, tape the elbow to the center pipe. This was not fun and took the most time. Make sure you tape this connection all the way around. Now replace the bottom vent cover and install the back cover that came with the vent kit. I put tape around the side vent pipe outside the opening so it doesn't move around or rattle while holding it tightly in place.
Reviewed in the United States on 23 August 2019