Question about LG Washing Machines
LE means washing machine electronic controller has detected an overfill situation
* check for over foaming or over soaping
*check the air chamber and pressure switch hose for blockage
*check water level sensor
*check wiring to water pressure sensor
*check connections to water level sensor
*check main electronic controller
Posted on Nov 07, 2012
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Sounds like one of two things...
1. Somebody spilled somthing or got some sticky junk in there and one of the keys is semi gummy.
2. The machine got banged around once too many times and one of the connections is slightly ajar.
So basically it sounds like it's hardware and not software, so you'll probably have to pull it apart yourself, or else take it to someone
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