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LG WD-8013F Washing Machine Water Sensor

Our washing machine is showing a water level sensor malfunction. Can you please tell us where this sensor is situated on the machine? We would like to try and fix/replace this ourselves if possible.

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It is located at the end of a rubber tube coming from the bottom of the drum.

there may be blockage in the level sensing tube, a rubber hose from the bottom of the drum to the water level pressure sensor. disconnected the hose at the pressure sensor, gave a big blow into it by mouth to dislodge the foreign material, (blow until you hear bubbles in the water) . After clearing the tube, you need to pump out any water in the drum and then reconnect the hose to the pressure sensor.

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The sensor is in the control cabinet and how you can spot it it will have clear plastic tubing going to it. good luck

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