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WD- 8013F - LG

Hello there,
I saw you had answered some of the posts professionaly.

my washing machine flashes red lights that troubleshooting says is a faulty door switch. I have replaced the assembly and the same thing happens.
Would you be able to help me troubleshoot further, please?
many thanks, Tamara

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Im soor y but i dont know much about the LG applaince line, but what i do know is if they are saying that the door switch is at fault, perhaps its a wire harness leading to the switch or the control board is not reading the door switch is pushed. sorry couldnt help further, if i do hapen to see anything on here about that i will surely foward it to you!

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