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I have a LG front load washer, and a shoe lace got stuck in the little holes on the back. The end of the shoe lace is made of some hard materials and it gets bend, so got stuck in the little hole. I have no idea how I could get it out and it keeps on making noises. I would appreciate if you could let me know how I could get it out. Thanks!

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Ouch! I'm guessing that the shoe lace wrapped around the shaft from the inner tub and cannot be pulled back into the wash tub. That sucks, because the only way to get at it then would be to remove the motor rotor, sepperate the two halves of the outer tub, allowing the inner tub to be removed to access the offending shoe lace. If you know what you're doing, it's about a two hour job. My advice: Just live with the noise. Please don't bother rating this, as anything but a Fix-Ya drops my score.

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