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LG DLGX7701VE How To Use Manual

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HOW TO USE

Operating the Dryer 

Turn On the Dryer

Press the Power button to turn on the dryer. The cycle LEDs will illuminate and 

a signal will sound, if turned on. Refer to page 10.

3

Begin the cycle

Press the Start/Pause button to begin the cycle. The cycle can be paused at any 

time either by opening the door or by pressing the Start/Pause button. If the 

cycle is not restarted within four minutes, the dryer will shut off and the cycle 

settings will be lost.

5

Select a Cycle

Turn the cycle selector knob either direction until the LED for the desired cycle 

is on. The preset temperature, dry level, and option settings for that cycle will 

be shown. Refer to page 34. Default settings for the selected cycle can now be 

changed if desired. This can be done using the cycle modifier buttons as shown 

on page 35. Cycle options can be added using the option buttons as shown on 

page 35-38.

4

End of Cycle

When the cycle is finished, the chime will sound if it is set. Remove your 

clothing from the dryer immediately to reduce wrinkling. If Wrinkle Care is 

selected, the dryer will tumble briefly every few minutes to help prevent 

wrinkles from setting in the clothes.

6

Clean the Lint Filter

If the lint filter has not already been cleaned, lift out the filter and remove the 

lint from the last load. This will help ensure the fastest and most efficient drying 

performance.

1

Load the Dryer

Load the dryer with the wet laundry from the washer. If the load is extra large, 

you may need to divide it into smaller loads for proper performance and fabric 

care.

2

Lint 

Filter

NOTE

Not all options or modifiers are available on all cycles. A different chime will 

sound and the LED will not come on if the selection is not allowed.

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Following are instructions for starting and using your new dryer. Please refer to specific sections of this manual for 

more detailed information.

Check the Lint Filter Before Every 

Load

Always make sure the lint filter is clean before starting a 

new load; a clogged lint filter will increase drying times.
To clean, pull the lint filter straight up and roll any lint 

off the filter with your fingers. Do not rinse or wash the 

filter to remove lint. Push the lint filter firmly back into 

place. See 

Regular cleaning

 for more information.

Always ensure the lint filter is properly installed before 

running the dryer. Running the dryer with a loose or 

missing lint filter will damage the dryer and articles in 

the dryer.

Sorting Loads 

Fabric care labels

Most articles of clothing feature fabric care labels that 

include instructions for proper care.

 

Grouping similar items

For best results, sort clothes into loads that can be dried 

with the same drying cycle. 

Different fabrics have different care requirements, and 

some fabrics will dry more quickly than others.

Loading the Dryer

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To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock, or injury 

to persons when using this appliance, follow basic 

precautions, including the following:
•  

Check all pockets to make sure that they are 

empty. Items such as clips, pens, coins, and keys 

can damage both your dryer and your clothes. 

Flammable objects such as lighters or matches 

could ignite, causing a fire.

 Failure to do so can result 

in fire, explosion, or death.

•  

Never dry clothes that have been exposed to oil, 

gasoline, or other flammable substances. Washing 

clothes will not completely remove oil residues. 

Failure to obey this warning can result in fire, explosion, 

or death.

NOTE

Loading tips

• Combine large and small items in a load.
•  Damp clothes will expand as they dry. Do not 

overload the dryer; clothes require room to tumble 

dry properly.

•  Close zippers, hooks, and drawstrings to prevent 

these items from snagging or tangling on other 

clothes.

Lint 

Filter

Using the Lid

Under the lid are two small storage spaces. Use one 

space to store laundry manuals. Use the other space to:
•  store items removed from pockets while sorting 

laundry

• store odd socks until matches are found

•  safely store phone or keys while sorting or folding 

laundry on lid

To open the lid, lift it  upwards. 

NOTE

Do not attempt to lift the lid open more than 45 

degrees.

Tumble

dry

Dry

Normal

Permanent Press/

wrinkle resistant

Gentle/

delicate

Do not tumble dry

Do not dry

(used with

do not wash)

Fabric care labels

Heat

setting

High

Medium

Low

No heat/air

Tumble

dry

Dry

Normal

Permanent Press/

wrinkle resistant

Gentle/

delicate

Do not tumble dry

Do not dry

(used with

do not wash)

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Using the LG EasyLoad™ 

Swing Door

Use the swing door when unloading, or when loading 

bulkier items, for easy access to the drum.
To open the swing door, insert your fingers into the 

handle recess on the top of the door on the side 

opposite the hinge and pull the door open.

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When the door is opened if you press the three interlock 

buttons, door may fall off. 

Failure to follow this warning can cause serious injury.

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•  Do not place heavy items on or lean against the top 

of the door when it is open.

•  Do not attempt to pull the hamper door open more 

than 40 degrees.

The dryer could tip forward, causing injury or damage.

 

Hamper Door

Use the hamper door when loading. It acts as a chute, to 

help guide items into the drum and help prevent items 

from falling onto the floor. It also comes in handy when 

unloading a few small items, helping prevent the rest of 

the laundry from being pulled onto the floor.
To open the hamper door, press the release in the 

middle of the handle recess on the top of the door and 

pull the door forward.
Make sure laundry is fully inserted in the drum before 

closing the door. 

 

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•  Be careful when opening and closing the door.Fingers 

and hands can get caught in the door and cause injury 

if the door drops forward unexpectedly.

Hamper door

Hamper door latch

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Interlock 

Buttons

Swing door

NOTE

Make sure the hamper door release is completely 

closed before using the swing door.

NOTE

Make sure the swing door latch is completely closed 

before pressing the hamper door release.

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Cycle Guide

Cycle

Fabric Type

Dry

Level

Temperature

Time

More 

Time/

Less 

Time

Wrinkle

Care

Turbo

Steam™

Damp 

Dry

Signal

Reduce

Static

Energy

Saver

Steam 

Fresh

TM

Comforter, Shirts,Trousers 

(except especially delicate 

fabrics)

Off

Mid

High

10

Adjustable  Adjustable

Steam 

Sanitary

TM

Comforter, Bedding,

Children’s clothing

Off

High

31

Anti-

Bacterial

Do not use this cycle

with delicate fabrics.

Very

Dry

High

1:10

Small 

Load

Only Normal &

Cotton/Towels Fabric

Type (Max 3 lb)

Normal Dry

High

30

Adjustable

Bedding

Comforters,

Pillows, Shirts

Normal Dry

Medium

55

Adjustable

Heavy 

Duty

Jeans,

heavyweight items

Normal Dry

High

54

Adjustable

Normal

Work clothes,

corduroys, etc.

Normal Dry

Medium

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Adjustable

Perm.

Press

Permanent press,

synthetic items

Normal Dry

Low

32

Adjustable

Towels

Denims, towels,

heavy cottons

Normal Dry

Mid

High

55

Adjustable

Sportswear Sports Wear

Off

-

27

Delicates Lingerie, sheets,

blouses

Normal Dry

Low

28

Adjustable

Speed Dry

For small loads

with short

drying times

Off

High

25

Adjustable Adjustable

Air Dry

For items that require 

heat-free drying such 

as plastics or rubber

Off

No Heat

30

Adjustable

    

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Sensor dry cycles

Sensor dry cycles utilize LG’s unique dual sensor system 

to detect and compare the moisture level in clothes and 

in the air and adjust the drying time as needed to ensure 

superior results. The dryer automatically sets the dryness 

level and temperature at the recommended setting for 

each cycle. The estimated time remaining will be shown 

in the display.

Downloaded

If you download a cycle using the Tag On feature, it will 

be placed in the downloaded cycle position. Choose the 

Downloaded cycle to run the downloaded cycle.

Manual dry cycles

Use manual dry cycles to select a specific amount of 

drying time and a drying temperature. When a manual 

dry cycle is selected, the Estimated Time Remainng 

display shows the actual time remaining in your cycle. 

You can change the actual time in the cycle by pressing 

More Time or Less Time.

  

CERTIFIED BY NSF/P154

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. 

•  The default settings for the Anti-Bacterial cycle are 

High temperature and Very Dry.  

These default settings cannot be changed.

•  Do NOT use this cycle with delicate items or fabrics.

NOTE

To protect your garments not every dryness level, 

temperature, or option is available with every cycle. 

See the 

Cycle Guide

 for details.

 

= default setting

 

 

 

 

  

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Special Functions 

The option buttons also activate special functions, 

including Child Lock, Rack Dry and Drum Light. 

Select the option by pressing the option button. Press 

and hold the option button for special features marked 

with the asterisk (*), such as Child Lock.

* Rack Dry

Use Rack Dry with items, such as wool sweaters, silk, and 

lingerie, that should dry flat. Rack Dry can also be used 

with items that should not be tumbled dry, such as gym 

shoes or stuffed animals.

To install the drying rack:

1. With the dryer door open, slide the rack into the dryer 

drum.

2.  Make sure it is seated evenly on the edge of the inner 

door rim and resting flat on the inside of the dryer.

* Child Lock

Use this option to prevent unwanted use of the dryer or to 

keep cycle settings from being changed while the dryer is 

operating. Press and hold the Reduce Static button for 3 

seconds to activate or deactivate the Child Lock function.
The Child Lock icon will be shown in the display, and all 

controls are disabled except the Power button.

 

 

Cycle Settings and Options 

Sensor dry cycles have preset settings that are selected 

automatically. Manual dry cycles have default settings, but 

you may also customize the settings using the cycle modifier 

buttons. Press the button for that option to view and select 

other settings.

Dry Level

Selects the level of dryness for the cycle. Press the Dry Level 

button repeatedly to scroll through available settings.

• This option is only available with sensor dry cycles.

•  The dryer will automatically adjust the cycle time. Selecting 

More Dry or Very Dry will increase the cycle time, while Less 

Dry or Damp Dry will decrease the cycle time.

•  Use a Less Dry or Damp Dry setting for items that you wish to 

iron.

Temp. Control

Adjusts the temperature setting from Ultra Low to High.  

This allows precise care of your fabrics and garments. Press the 

Temp. Control button repeatedly to scroll through available 

settings.

Time Dry

Allows you to manually select the drying time, from 20 to 60 

minutes, in 10-minute increments. Use this for small loads or to 

remove wrinkles. Use the More Time/Less Time buttons to add 

or reduce the drying time in 1-minute increments. 

Your dryer features several additional cycle options to 

customize cycles to meet your individual needs. Certain option 

buttons also feature a special function that can be activated by 

pressing and holding that option button for 3 seconds.

To Add Cycle Options to a Cycle: 

1.  Turn on the dryer and turn the cycle selector knob to select 

the desired cycle.

2.  Use the cycle modifier buttons to adjust the settings for that 

cycle.

3.  Press the cycle option buttons for the options you would like 

to add. A confirmation message shows in the display. 

4.  Press the Start/Pause button to start the cycle. The dryer 

starts automatically.

Wrinkle Care

Selecting this option will tumble the load periodically for up to 

three hours after the selected cycle, or until the door is opened. 

This is helpful in preventing wrinkles when you are unable to 

remove items from the dryer immediately.

Signal

To turn the Signal off, press the Signal On/Off button. Press 

again to turn the Signal back on. 

Damp Dry Signal 

With this option, the dryer signals when the load is 

approximately 80% dry. This allows you to remove faster- 

drying lightweight items or items that you would like to iron 

or hang while still slightly damp.

NOTE

To protect your garments, not every dryness level, 

temperature, or option is available with every cycle. 

See the 

Cycle Guide

 for details. 

NOTE

NEVER tumble dry a load of clothing with the rack 

installed. When the rack is installed, the drum will 

rotate as usual, but the rack will not move. Make sure 

all articles to be dried remain completely on the rack 

and cannot fall off or be pulled off by the turning 

drum. Be sure to remove the rack after use.

NOTE

Once set, Child Lock remains active until it is manually 

deactivated. Child Lock must be turned off to run 

another cycle. To deactivate Child Lock, press and 

hold the Reduce Static button for three seconds.  

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Special Functions. (cont.)

Energy Saver

This option helps to reduce the energy consumption in 

the Normal cycle, depending on the load size.
The drying time will be increased when the Energy 

Saver option is selected.

* Drum Light

The drum is equipped with a blue LED that illuminates 

when the dryer is turned on. This light automatically 

turns off when the door is closed and the cycle starts. 

To turn on the light during a cycle, press and hold the 

TurboSteam™ button for three seconds. The drum light 

will illuminate and then turn off automatically after 

four minutes.

Custom Program

If you have a special combination of settings that you 

use frequently, you can save these settings as a custom 

program..

To save a custom program:

1.  Turn on the dryer and turn the cycle selector knob to 

select the desired cycle.

2.  Use the cycle setting buttons to adjust the settings 

for that cycle.

3.  Press the cycle option button(s) for the option you 

would like to add. A confirmation message will be 

shown in the display.

4.  Press and hold the Custom Program button for three 

seconds.

 

 

To recall a custom program:

1. Turn on the dryer.
2. Press the Custom Program button.
3. Press the Start/Pause button to start the cycle.

NOTE

You may save only one custom program at a time. 

Pressing and holding the Custom Program button will 

overwrite any previously saved custom program.

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Using the steam options:

The Reduce Static option injects steam late in the drying 

cycle to reduce the static electricity caused by dry fabrics 

rubbing together. Change the amount of time for the 

cycle by pressing the More Time or Less Time button, 

depending on the load (quantity of items). The display 

will show the recommended number of items, such as 7, 

9, 11, 14, 16, or 18.
TurboSteam™ helps prevent  the overdrying of clothes 

by injecting steam during the drying process.  The 

Steam Shield Function extends the life of clothes.

 

To add steam to a standard cycle:

1.   Turn on the dryer and turn the cycle selector knob to 

select the desired cycle.

2.  Use the cycle setting buttons to adjust the settings for 

that cycle.

3.  Press the steam option button for the steam option 

you would like to add. Then adjust for the load size 

using the More Time or Less Time buttons.

4. Press Start/Pause to start the cycle.

Steam Functions 

LG’s new steam technology allows you to inject fabrics 

with a swirling jet of hot steam to refresh clothes and 

reduce static, or sanitize clothes. 

Simply select the Steam Fresh™ cycle or the Steam 

Sanitary™ cycle. Or you can add a steam option to 

selected cycles.

Using the Steam Fresh

TM

 cycle

Steam Fresh™ uses the power of steam alone to quickly 

reduce wrinkles and odors in fabrics. It brings new life to 

wrinkled clothes that have been stored for an extended 

time. Steam Fresh™ can also be used to help reduce 

odors and remove the hanger creases in fabrics.

 

To use the Steam Fresh

TM

 cycle:

 

1.  Turn on the dryer and turn the cycle selector knob to 

select the Steam Fresh ™ cycle. 

2.  To add an option function, select Wrinkle Care.
3.  Depending on the load (quantity of items), steam 

time can be changed by pressing the More Time or 

Less Time buttons.

4. Press Start/Pause button to start the cycle.

Using the Steam Sanitary

TM

 cycle

The new Steam Sanitary

TM

 cycle is ideal for sanitizing 

non-washable items quickly and easily using the power 

of steam alone. This cycle is recommended for use 

with cotton and polyester materials. (Do NOT use for 

urethane foam, down feathers or delicate items.)

NOTE

•  Depending on the load size, change the cycle time 

by pressing More Time or Less Time. The display 

shows 1, 3, 5, or 

. Select 3 for up to three items; 

select 5 for four or five items; and select 

for a 

large load, a bulky item like a blanket, or to remove 

hanger creases.

NOTE

•  When Sensor Dry is selected with the Reduce Static 

or Turbo Steam™ option, a Dry level of Less or Damp 

cannot be selected.

•  The Reduce Static option may also be selected 

during Time Dry cycles.

•  After the Steam option is selected in Time Dry, the 

More Time or Less Time buttons will change the 

steam time only.

•  After pressing Start/Pause, the More Time or Less 

Time buttons will be disabled.

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Steam Cycle Guide

Steam

Default 

Time

Temp. 

Control

Dry Level

Fabric

State

Fabric Type

Maximum

Amount

St

eam S

anitar

y

TM

31 minutes

Dry

Comforter

Bedding

Single (1 each)

Children’s 

clothing

3 lbs.

St

eam F

resh

TM

10 minutes

Dry

Comforter

Single (1 each)

Shirts*

5 each

St

eam O

ption

+

Reduce

Static

Follows 

Selected 

Cycle

Wet

Varies by selected

cycle

8 lbs.

(18 Items.)

+

Turbo 

Steam™

Wet

Varies by selected

cycle

8 lbs. 

(18 Items)

Time D

ry

+

Reduce

Static

38 minutes

Wet

Varies by selected

cycle

8 lbs.

(18 Items.)

*Shirt: 70% cotton:30% poly blend. Except especially delicate fabrics. 
• When the lint filter or exhaust duct is clogged, steam options will not give proper results.
• For best results, load articles of similar size and fabric type. Do not overload.

Steam Functions (cont.) 

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•  

Do not open the dryer door during steam cycles. 

Failure to follow this warning can cause serious injury 

or death.

•  

Do not fill the steam feeder with gasoline, dry-

cleaning solvents, or other flammable or explosive 

substances. 

Failure to do so can result in death, 

explosion, fire, or burns.

•  

Do not touch the steam nozzle in the drum during 

or after the steam cycle. 

Failure to follow this warning 

can cause serious injury or death.

NOTE

•  When Sensor Dry is selected with the Reduce Static 

Turbo Steam™ option, a dry level of Less or Damp 

cannot be selected.

•  The Reduce Static option may also be selected 

during Time Dry cycles.

•  After the steam option is selected in Time Dry, the 

More Time or Less Time buttons will change the 

steam time only.

•  After pressing Start/Pause, the More Time or Less 

Time buttons will be disabled.

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Tag on 

-  The Tag On function allows you to conveniently use the 

LG Smart Diagnosis™ , Cycle Download, Laundry Stats 

and Tag On Cycle Set features to communicate with 

your appliance right from your own smart phone. To 

use the Tag On functions:

1.  Download the LG Smart Laundry&DW App to your 

smart phone.

2.  Turn on the NFC (Near Field Communication) function 

in your smart phone.

-  The Tag On function can only be used with smart 

phones equipped with the NFC function and based on 

the Android operating system (OS).

Turning on the Smart Phone’s NFC Function

1.  Enter the Settings menu of 

the smart phone and select 

Share & Connect under 

WIRELESS & NETWORKS.

2.  

  1  

Set NFC and  

Direct/Android Beam to  

ON, 

  2  

and select NFC.

3.  Check the Use Read and 

Write/P2P Receive option.

1

2

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1

2

1

2

NOTE

Depending on the smart phone manufacturer and 

Android OS version, the NFC activation process may 

differ. Refer to the manual of your smart phone for 

details.

1

2

1

2

using the Tag On Function

The Tag On icon

 

Tag On position

           

Look for the Tag On icon next to the LED 

screen on the control panel. This is where you 

position your smart phone when using the 

Tag On function of the LG Smart Laundry&DW 

application.

When you use the Tag On function, position your smart 

phone so that the NFC antenna on the back of your 

smart phone matches the position of the Tag On icon 

on the appliance. If you do not know the position of 

your NFC antenna, move your smart phone very slightly 

in a circular motion until the application verifies the 

connection.
To operate NFC function in this machine requires a 

smart phones which have at least a certain level of NFC 

recognition function.
Because of the characteristics of NFC, the transmission 

can fail :
• if the distance is too far
• if the phone has a metal sticker or a thick case
• if the phone doesn’t support NFC
Press [ 

 ] in the LG Smart Laundry&DW app for a 

more detailed guide on how to use the Tag On function.

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4.  Touch the Tag On logo.

 

-  When a Tag On screen 

appears (see at right), tap 

your smart phone on the Tag 

On icon on the right side of 

the dryer’s control panel.

     -  If it isn’t recognized, touch  

 ] on the upper right 

of the Tag On screen on 

your LG Smart Laundry&DW 

application to see the 

detailed guide. (This might 

happen due to the different 

NFC antenna positions for 

each phone.)

5.  Check the diagnosis results 

and solutions.

 

-  It shows the diagnosis results  

on the cycles recently used. 

 

  Images are for reference only. 

The actual LG Smart Laundry&DW application may be 

different.

Using Tag On with Applications 

Touch the LG appliance’s Tag On logo with your
NFCequipped smart phone to use the LG Smart
Laundry&DW applications: LG Smart Diagnosis, Cycle
Download, Laundry Stats, and Tag on Cycle Set.

Tag On Diagnosis

1.  Install LG Smart Laundry & DW application on a 

NFC-equipped smartphone. 

 

- Install the application from the Play store and run it.

2.  Select Tag On.

   

-  Select Tag On by using the 

top icons or the bottom icons.

3. Select Tag On Diagnosis.

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Call Center

If you receive a diagnosis from either the Tag On 

Diagnosis or Smart Diagnosis application that is unclear 

or directs you to call the LG Service Center, follow these 

instructions:

1.  Select Press to Call LG Service 

on the Smart Diagnosis™ 

Result screen.

2. Select your country. 
3.  Agree to Terms and Conditions of the Use and 

Privacy Policy selecting I Accept.

4.  Enter your phone number in the field. Use this 

phone number when talking to the LG customer 

service representative to allow them to find your 

Smart Diagnosis™ data.

5.  Press the Call button to 

initiate the call to LG’s 

Support Center.

  Images are for reference only. The actual LG Smart 

Laundry&DW application may be different.

1  888  542  2623

Canada

Canada

1  888  542  2623

Canada

Canada

1  888  542  2623

Canada

Canada

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5  Select a cycle to download. 

 

-  You can also check the existing 

cycles already downloaded.

6.  Touch the Tag On logo.

 

-  When a Tag On screen 

appears (see at right), tap 

your smart phone on the Tag 

On icon on the right side of 

the dryer’s control panel.

    -  If it isn’t recognized, touch  

 ] on the upper right 

of the Tag On screen on 

your LG Smart Laundry&DW 

application to see the detailed 

guide. (This might happen 

due to the different NFC 

antenna positions for each 

phone.)

7.  The new cycle is downloaded 

successfully! 

 

-  Check the cycle at the 

Downloaded cycle position 

on the control panel.

  Images are for reference only. The actual LG Smart 

Laundry&DW application may be different.

Tag On Cycles Download

Tag On Cycle Download allows you to download cycles for later 

use. The cycle is available at the Downloaded cycle position on 

the control panel until another cycle is downloaded.

1.  Install the LG Smart Laundry&DW application on a 

NFC-equipped smartphone. 

 

- Install the application from the Play store and run it.

2.  Select Tag On.  

 

-  Select Tag On by using the top 

icons or the bottom icons.

3.  Select Tag On Cycle 

Download.

4.  Touch the Tag On logo.

 

-  When a Tag On screen appears  

(see at right), tap your smart  

phone on the Tag On icon on  

the right side of the dryer’s  

control panel.

    -  If it isn’t recognized, touch  

 ] on the upper right of  

the Tag On screen on your 

‘LG  Smart Laundry&DW’  

application to see the detailed  

guide. (This might happen due  

to the different NFC antenna  

positions for each phone.)

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Laundry Stats

Laundry Stats can monitor the Flow Sense™ result in 

case your home exhaust system is clogged. 
Laundry Stats can also tell you details of your last ten 

cycles. 

1.  Select Tag On by using the 

top icons or the bottom 

icons. 

2. Select Laundry Stats.

4.  Touch the Tag On logo.

 

-  When a Tag On screen 

appears (see at right), tap 

your smart phone on the Tag 

On icon on the right side of 

the dryer’s control panel.

    -  If the phone isn’t recognized, 

touch [ 

 ] on the upper 

right of the Tag On screen on 

your LG Smart Laundry&DW 

application to see the detailed 

guide.(This might happen due 

to the different NFC antenna 

positions for each phone.)

FLOW SENSE

TM

 Status

LG’s Flow Sense

TM

 duct blockage sensing system detects 

and alerts you to restrictions in the installed household 

ductwork that reduce exhaust airflow through the dryer.

1.  Select the FLOW SENSE

TM

 

Status in the Laundry Stats 

screen.

2.   If the status shows your 

home exhaust system is 

blocked, press the Venting 

Tips button. 

 

Refer to pages 22-23 of this 

manual for more guidance 

on venting the dryer.

 

Refer to pages 29-30 of this 

manual for more information 

regarding Flow Sense

TM

.

  Images are for reference only. The actual LG Smart 

Laundry&DW application may be different.  

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run Cycle Again

1.  Select the Run Cycle Again 

button.

 

-  The most used cycle or 

most recent cycle can be 

immediately started by 

selecting the Run Cycle Again 

button.

 

2.  Touch the Tag On logo.

 

-  

When a Tag On screen 

appears(shown at right), tap 

your smart phone on the Tag 

On icon on the right side of 

the dryer’s control panel.

     -  If the phone isn’t recognized, 

touch [ 

 ] on the upper 

right of the Tag On screen on 

your LG Smart Laundry&DW 

application to see the 

detailed guide. (This might 

happen due to the different 

NFC antenna positions for 

each phone.)

3.  Check whether drying starts 

with the selected cycle. 

 

-  The screen shown at right 

appears and drying starts 

immediately on the selected 

cycle.

  Images are for reference only. The actual LG Smart 

Laundry&DW application may be different. 

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Tag On Cycle Set

Tag On Cycle Set allows you to automatically adjust the 

cycle and settings based on your needs.

1.  Select Tag On by using the 

top icons or the bottom 

icons. 

2. Select Tag On Cycle Set.

3.  Touch the Tag On logo.

 

-  When a Tag On screen 

appears(shown at right), tap 

your smart phone on the Tag 

On icon on the right side of 

the dryer’s control panel.

     -  If the phone isn’t recognized, 

touch [ 

 ] on the upper 

right of the Tag On screen on 

your LG Smart Laundry&DW 

application to see the 

detailed guide. (This might 

happen due to the different 

NFC antenna positions for 

each phone.)

4.  Select a laundry category 

based on the issue you want 

the machine to focus on. 

5.  After selecting the 

category, a list of specific 

cycles will appear. Select 

the cycle based on your 

needs. 

6.  When the Tag On screen 

appears (shown at right), 

tap your smart phone to 

the Tag On logo on the 

right side of the washer’s or 

dryer’s control panel.

 

7.  After tagging the machine 

with your phone, the cycle 

will automatically start. 

Verify the correct cycle and 

settings were selected. 

  Images are for reference only. The actual LG Smart 

Laundry&DW application may be different.

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