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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
your model probably has a coating of a black tar-like substance on the inside of the inner door, which, by design, reduces noise. However, LG failed to notice the corrosive properties of the black tar-like layer. Your wiring harness is probably corroded by the soundproofing, and you will need a new inner door, wiring harness, and circuit board. LG extended my parts warranty because they know it's their fault, Call them at 1-800-243-0000. They will recommend an LG warranty repair certified technician in your area to come out and confirm this. They probably won't extend the warranty until after the tech checks out ur unit. However, labor will be your responsibility.
Posted on Dec 27, 2008
ok ...first the average dishwasher will only heat the water 1 degree per mintue,,,now if your starting out with very cold water the dishes will never get clean check your water temp,,at start up..if you have 90 to a 100 degrees thats ok..that means we have problem in heater circuit...also turn up your jet dry level...keep me posted onthejob,,incase we have to look at heater circuit
Posted on Feb 04, 2009
SOURCE: LG LDF6810ST Won't Turn ON
If you are still having the problems you describe and especially is you are getting a leak from the lower left door panel, please provide the model number and the serial number.
There IS help available if you provide the info.
Please report back. Thanks!
Posted on Mar 30, 2009
SOURCE: LG LDF6810ST dishwasher
Steps to fix OE are as follows:
-Check the Drain Hose is not kinked or blocked.
-Are all wiring connections OK?
-The drain outlet of sump is blocked.
-The Drain Pump/Motor or circuit has failed.
To check the pump motor: -Measure the electric resistance of Drain Motor. (best between 20-40 ohms) If out of range, replace the Drain Motor or repair the Circuit.
Good Luck! Please report back your findings.
Posted on Mar 30, 2009
Try these things in order:
-Try to use a name brand powder, rather then a generic. Even a small box. I had similar problems with my LG dishwasher when I tried to save money by buying a generic powder. My dishes did not get clean and white marks were left behind on my stainless steel DW liner and the dishes. When you ad the powder, do not over fill the dispenser. Add less than the full dispenser cup and close it. Place some powder in that shallow square indent on the dispenser lid to help the pre-wash cycle. Also, run the water in the sink until hot water runs immediately before you start the DW.
-If, after using Electrosol or Cascade for 2 - 3 loads and your dishes do not come out clean, then I would run a load of dishes without adding the soap. Start the dishwasher and wait for it to fill and begin to wash. Open the door and add one cup of vinegar (white vinegar is fine.) Feel free to ad another cup after the first wash water drains and the second wash water enters and the DW begins the wash cycle again. Run a load of dirty dishes with the soap and check for good cleaning.
-If the problems continue, it is time to remove the filter assembly by removing the 9 silver phillips screws from the filter assembly. You will also need to remove the lower sprayer arm by pulling straight up and then out. With a flashlight, inspect the sump area that was hidden by the filter assembly, looking for any debris that has jammed into anywhere down there. Watch out for broken glass as you feel around. Reassemble and test with a load of dirty dishes.
The poor drying may be caused by not keeping the rinse aid re-filled. Check that first.
Also, these water and energy conserving dishwashers actually use the "dirt" from the dirty dishes to help clean the dishes during the first two wash cycles. Simply clear the big chunks off the dishes and put the dishes in the DW.
Please report back what you find or if you have more questions. OK?
Posted on Aug 12, 2009
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