Question about LG WM-2277HW Front Load Washer
Seems like the water pressure is incorrect. Already checked both supply lines, the hoses and the filters at the back of the washer. No problem with any of them. Filters are clear; plenty of pressure when running the hoses directly into the laundry tubs. There is no pre-mature daining as described in on eof the other postings. However, when filling, it seems like the water just trickles in. No obstructions or problems visible in the detergent dispenser either. When going through the rinse cycle, more of the same. The video in the store where I purchased the washer showed the water spraying out - both during the fill and rinse portions of the cycle. It also appeared that the water filled much higher than it does in my machine. I realize it's supposed to save water, but exactly where should the water level be during a normal cycle ? What about the rinse cycle ? Should the water spray out from the the front top (like in the demo video included on the CD with the washer) or is that just marketing ? Any help/ideas would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
There is a water level marked behind your machine; your outlet tube should not go below this level; the wall outlet drain should be high enough. Then your water will remain at the correct level in your machine. See that the valve in your wall to the inlet is completely open before you turn on the machine for your wash.
Your pump pumps waste water OVER the level marked on the rear of your machine. The water level marked is quite important for a successful wash.
Posted on Nov 25, 2007
It's not a solution, but the water on our washer here 'trickles down', too...I guess that is normal...But if you have the same brand, you should know those three gray...things...with the black balls in them? They have holes, forming a wavelike pattern...I don't know if that's supposed to Spray, or Drain....Mehh....I stink at solutions...The water level...hmm...just like..a little bit touching the end? :)
Posted on Mar 14, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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