Question about LG WM2487H Front Load Washer
We've checked the inside of the washer and there are no snag points. Are there any other possible solutions to this problem (other than putting the shirts in a mesh bag or pillow case)? Could it be the rollers.
This may sound weird but try using a slower spin speed. The reason is because the faster the spin speed is, the more the clothes can get sucked through the holes in the drum. On the other side of the drum that you don't see could be some metal points that can snag the material. When you pull the clothes out, you will pull the thread that comes entangled with those metal points.
Posted on Sep 29, 2008
I have the same problem. It's not zippers or bra hooks. You have to first check the rubber barrell in the machine. Sometimes little odds and ends get into there from pockets. Second, you have to pull open the tiny door on the front bottom and drain the stupid thing on a regular basis. Be prepared- a LOT of water comes out. And even if you use a bowl, the machine is designed well to hold the water that comes out. After that, you have pull the hose next to the drain out and unplug it. Even more water will come out. I usually find some nasty thing in there that is the culprit. I hate this machine. It has destroyed just about everything I own.
Posted on Sep 21, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Tips for a great answer:
The smell usually comes
when the washer is unable to drain water completely, you can run your washer at
its hottest temperature setting with 1 cup of vinegar inside the unit. After
this take off the bottom front panel and clean it completely, also clean the
drain hose and drain pump filter, the smell should disappear after doing all
this. Hope this helps...please post back for further assistance.
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