Question about LG Washing Machines
I have removed the seal, front & rear spring cables... How do I get them back in? Do I need to take the front off the machine or should I lie the machine on it's back? Please help? Thanking you all for your help in advance, Jaynee firstname.lastname@example.org
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: bosch washing machine
i am recently retired appliance engineer of 20 years, the rear door seal clamp is generally nowadays a large thin spring that is slightly hidden by the concrete weights at the front of the drum, if thats the case the door seal will just come off with a good firm pull round the drum edge, fitting as a reverse of removal, place the door seal in the groove so it fits like it should, then stretch the spring and fit that into the outer groove round the lip of the door seal at the drum end, once that is done fit the seal on the front panel lip, then replace that clamp, check all is fitted securely before running machine its one of those jobs that hard to explain how to do it, hope i have helped a bit, its easier to work through the front door opening than from above? if i have please rate me thank you
Posted on Sep 13, 2007
Posted on Mar 10, 2008
SOURCE: Error display "CL" - what to do?
THe child lock is on. Mine came on for some random reason. On my LG front loader there is a button on the right hand side with a cartoony picture of a child and a padlock. Press this.
Posted on Sep 12, 2008
Not a hard task if you coat rims with liquid detergent before trying to install new seal.
Using thumb go slowly around rim working seal all the way back.
Replacing main spring can be done by working bottom to top and then hold left side of spring in place while you pull right side in with long nose pliers.A couple of minutes difficult work and your 90% done.
Care is required so as not to puncture seal,
Main point is to ensure seal is fully seated before applying spring.
Having machine laid on its back makes the job so much easier.
This job took an hour and 30 minutes, the hour spent checking the internet first.
Posted on Nov 23, 2008
probably better change the pump if you feel any up and down slack in the impellor. you may have an ingress of water through the seal.
Posted on Mar 13, 2009
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