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I am user of LG washing machine (Front loading 7 KG) due to fault in it,I need to replace faulty 42 pin IC (microcontroller) 87ch46n-4na6, from where i can get it in Karachi pakistan

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SOURCE: i can't open the door of my washing machine it is

FOR ANY REASON THE WASHER MACHINE DIDNT FINISH ITS CYCLE!!! AND IT IS A SAFETY THAT IF DOESNT FINISH ITS CYCLE THE DOOR WONT OPEN!!!!

I HAD ONE LIKE THAT AND I BROKE IT APART!! AND I SAW THE WATER PUMP WAS THE PROBLEM SO I CHANGED IT AND PUT IT BACK TOGETHER AND LET FINISH ITS CYCLE AND OPEN THE DOOR!!! AND STILLS RUNNING!!!

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SOURCE: Very noisy on spin cycle only

Hi, please describe the type of noise you are hearing. If it is a grinding type noise, it is likely to be the drum bearing.

Posted on Oct 25, 2009

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SOURCE: cannot open the front door

I really did not fix the problem. I think the plastic linkage may have been broken and I was looking for a fixto open the door.

Thanks anyway,

Jim Charlesworth

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SOURCE: LG front load washing machine - need to replace drain hose

It's jusy one clip go in from the bottom

Posted on Mar 20, 2010

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SOURCE: Could I "stack" a front

i would not recommend stacking one machine directly on top of another. there are various issues with weight, and movement due to vibration.
what you can do is built a solid "workbench" that you can fit one machine under, and then put the other machine on top of the "bench"
personally i would overbuild the bench, using 2" by 1" wood for the frame, braced and bolted to the wall for stability, and use a 1"thick worktop forv the top of the unit. on the top surface, i would also put a 3/8" wooden beading strip about 1/2" fron the outside edges of the worktop to stop the machine moving with vibration and falling off.
i have done this a number of times when space is limited, although i find it much easier to put tehr dryer on the top as it is the lightest of the 2 units.

hope this helps

Posted on Apr 01, 2011

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