Question about LG WFT1071TP Top Load Washer
Hi, our washing machine shows bE code and stops working. I got it to work by applying some weight to the lid, but it stops between cycles. Now I've tried to restart it from the start of a new load, but the code comes up straight away and nothing happens but the alarm. I think it may be a sensor problem or a balance issue. The motor and belt spin freely.
I have the same problem. I do not think this has a micro switch to activate the wash cycle or spin. I have looked carefully.
I have a gut feeling that this works on a sensor similar to that of a sonic car alarm. It may have gone out of sync and needs to be retuned.
I have tried to find the software but it is not commercially available.
Posted on Jan 04, 2009
A ball sensor is commonly called a pressure switch, there is a clear or dark rubber tube that controls the amount of water the machine loads, and on other machines it engages the door lock too.
Posted on Jul 07, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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