There is a circuit diagram on the back of the washer that allowed me to locate the fuse. Take off the rear top plastic panel (behind the folding lid) by removing the two screws on the back. Inside close to the power cord you will find a fuse holder and an in-line ceramic fuse, 125V 12A. I checked mine for continuity and it had blown (as to why, I don't know yet - maybe the motor drew too much current with a large wash load?) - anyways, I replaced the fuse and everything works now!
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Re: Dead LG WF-T8016TP washing machine
Is there any other appliance plugged in the same power point, and does it work?
Otherwise, plug another appliance in it to test that the power point is actually working.
If it is not, possibly a fuse has blown or breaker switched off in your meter box outside.
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Possible that the inlet flow is low , check the inlet valve and filter. Also try using the manual settings and if all the cycle works well then it is possible that the fault is with the controller unit or a possible errors from the level controller or the inlet valve. It is best to remove them , check reset after cleaning.
-Unplug the machine -Remove the pressure sensor, a 3 inche round piece under the back of the top-cover. -Clean it, by pushing whater in the small hold. (I used what we could find a the drugstore for ears cleaning.) -Start the machine Without putting them back and wait for the error message. (like we do for PC hardware) -Replace the sensor, start your machine and the error message should be gone.
The fuse is located in a black cover. You need to gently pull the front panel out of the way and look to the right of the unit, in the area under where the panel was. There, you will see a black wire running into a black cylindrical case that has a black wire running out of the other end. Heed the warning on the label, please, and make sure that the power is unplugged form the wall. Gently pry open the casing and you will see the fuse within. The ends of the wires just pull off (gently) and then you have the fuse.
Tomorrow I go on a fuse hunt and try this out.