Could be air in line washer thinks no water try taking supply off and let air out till water comes out then put back on washer make sure you turn off first lol, and first check to see if the plumber turned supply off for washer by mistake .
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If it is clean water main couase is a leeky fill valve (not closing) after machine power off. Repalce or turn tap off. If it is hot & cold fill then turn one tap off after a wash and see if the water still comes in. Repeat with the other tap after the next wash.
If it is dirty water then it is filling back up from your drain system this would need to be inspectected for blockage etc.
When you press the "SPIN SPEED" button and "SOIL LEVEL" button the water
level frequency should be above 246. If the water frequency level fails
to reach 246 in 8 minutes you will get an IE error or inlet error. You
would need to check the water valve, water pressure, etc. How does
the machine know if the water level is complete? Water level switch
right? So obviously the control is timing the amount of time it takes
till the water level switch kicks off. If it takes more than 8 minutes
we have a problem don't we? Therefore if something is partially blocking
the tubing from tub to switch that might throw off the water level
switch. It is located on the main control assembly and has the rubber
tube connected to it. The control board uses this to determine water
frequency level. Just blowing the sediment out of that tubing will cure
the IE error IF everything else mentioned is all good. I meself would do
that first before replacing any parts. LG WASHER MANUAL
There are two ways to fix this problem. The first is the most reliable, and the easiest, but unfortunately the most expensive, and that is to call a plumber. The second way involves doing things in order : first, buy new taps, THE SAME SIZE AS THE ONES YOU HAVE, and some thread sealing tape.: second, turn off the water at the "mains" ( this is where the water enters your property, and is recognizable by a tap and a meter ) ; third: very carefully undo the cold water tap (it may take a lot of strength to undo, but BE CAREFUL) ; fourth: now wrap about three inches of the thread sealing tape around the thread of your new tap, and thread the tap onto the pipe. Tighten the thread, turn the water back on at the "mains", and turn your new tap on to make sure it works. If everything is OK , repeat the process with the hot water tap. Good luck, and please rate this reply for me.
simply put, washers dont **** water from your tap they simply use a valve that opens or shuts to let the water flow through from your taps similar to u turning your tap on just this is done electronically in your washer, if uve got no water coming in your valves are stuck or broken, they are cheap and really easy to fix
Suspect low water flow rate ., check flow rate from main sink tap , when turned on full this should be pretty fierce. Put machine on normal cool wash , when it is taking in cold water through the soap drawer , pull out the drawer a little , the water flow rate should be allmost the same as the tap , if not investigate , fill pipes at rear etc..
Could be an air lock in the water pipes,turn off the water to the washer, disconnect the hoses, and hold them over the sink or into a bucket, then turn the water taps back on to the washer.
The water should come through at full pressure.,
If it does not , then the problem is with your supply and not the washer.
Hope this helps.
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Check first if leaking from hoses or under the machine. Undo your taps, check that the hoses rubber seals haven't worn out. Replace rubber seals, most hardware plumbing sections have them. Also if the actual tap is leaking at the wall, you will have to change the tappets. You will need to close your main water at the timer, then undo the actual knobs, depending on the tap. Once opened take out tappets and replace with copper ones rather than plastic. Then put all back together and switch water on and check if leaking. In case it is the washing machine, try to replace hose or the connector on the back of machine. Make sure also all rubber seals are replaced with new ones. If under machine you will need a plumber. See how you go!
Error relates to water taking to long to get into machine. Check tap is open fully, water pressure is ok, hoses are not kinked. also check the small filters either end of the inlet hoses (inlet valves as well) as quite often they can clog up especialy on a new install.