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Somehow you will have to get inside the door panel. Either the door lock is engaged and not un-locking. Electric locks? Could be the inside door release handle had dis-connected somewhere in the system due to a broken plastic retainer clip. Not easy but just take your time to not break the trim on the door, remove screws wherever they are. Look on Google for a driver's door trim panel removal steps. I'm not sure if the panel is attached with push-pins or just lift up on it after the screws are out.
You will need to replace the defrost thermostat located on the freezer coils. To remove the rear panel, remove the ice maker if it has one, the there should be two screws that hold the back panel on. Remove them, tilt the top forward and lift out. You may not see them due to the ice buildup. Here is that part to order.
It is a long drain error and appears when the washer is not fully drained after 10
minutes of draining. It can be due to a clogged or kinked drain hose, clogged pump filter, or the pump is not working properly.
LG Front Load Washers Drain Problem Troubleshooting and Repair Guide
Remove the two screws on the back of the top panel securing it to the cabinet.
Slide the top panel to the back of the machine then lift it.
Disconnect the wiring harness connector from the control panel.
Pull the dispenser drawer out and remove the two screws under it.
Lift the left side of the control panel and pull it out.
Remove the four screws holding the top part of the front panel to the cabinet.
Open the pump filter cover and remove the screw holding it.
Insert a flat-bladed screwdriver or a putty knife in the left and right edges of the filter cover then pull it out.
Remove the screw from where the pump filter cover is removed.
Open the door and remove the door gasket retaining hoop by stretching the retainer spring.
Peel off the door gasket into the drum.
Tilt the front panel and remove the door switch wiring harness connector.
Lift and remove the front panel from the cabinet.
Remove the sump drain plug and drain the water in the sump into a shallow pan.
Remove the sump hose from the tub by loosening the clamp holding it.
Remove the drain hose from the drain pump and the recirculation hose from the recirculation pump if there's any.
Remove the two screws holding the pump assembly to the cabinet.
Push the pump assembly in and lift it out of the machine.
Remove the pump filter from the pump housing and check it for any obstruction.
Check the sump and drain hoses for any obstruction.
Remove the drain pump from the housing and check the impeller for any obstruction or damage.
Replace the drain pump if the impeller is damaged or if no obvious obstruction is found in the pump filter, sump hose, or drain hose.
Install the new drain pump and reassemble the other parts in reverse of the disassembly steps above.
Please let me know if you need further assistance regarding this problem.
Not too bad. Unplug. Remove three screws along back, at top edge. Stand in front of dryer and, using the palms of your hands, push back sharply on the top (L & R sides) to slide it back about 2 inches, then lift top off. Remove 2 phillips head screws at 5 and 7 O'clock position behind door. Remove screws holding top control from top corners. Pull top of control panel loose from retaining clips along top. (watch for sharp edges) Set control panel on top of dryer. Remove 4 screws now accessable at top of front panel. Un-plug light, door switch, lift front panel off, and unplug sensor at bottom. Set front panel aside. Remove 4 screws at front of side panel holding front bulkhead (with drum rollers attached), lift up bulkhead and remove. Reach under drum to unhook belt. Remove drum. The hardest part is pobably hooking the belt back on with the tension pulley while reassembling. On a scale of 1 - 10, it rates about a 5.5. First one might take an hour and a half. If you've done a few, you can knock 'em out in about 20 minutes.
Remove lid, two screws at rear, slide back and lift. Remove control panel, two screws at top, lift and remove ribbon cable. Outer door, open and remove screws from hinge. Front panel, remove two top screws. Front panel lifts up and inch and pulls foward. You might need to move penny trap. To do this, remove rear panel. Right lower hand side, remove motor and mainboard to facilitate space for and arm, have fun! Penny trap and pump are not screwed down. They are hooked over the front metal plate, just lift and pull backwards! I had to remove everything from the machine just to get at the penny trap!
Remove the power plug from the wall socket. The front panel must be removed after getting the case top loose--remove screws from back near the top, then slide top back and lift the front of the top. The front panel is held by screws near the top inside, then lift panel off. Remove wiring from inside the panel and set panel aside. Take back lower panel off and release the drive belt from the motor. Remove the drum--screws inside near center. Leave belt around the drum and set aside. You now have access to the heating element. Reverse the above to reassemble. Whew!!
FIRST ALWAYS UNPLUG THE MACHINE ANYTIME YOU WORKING ON IT ,
it sounds like if you can see some black dust you have bad wheels i will suggest to replace the drum wheels.the belt an the tensioner since you can get all of them for under 40 dollars IS CHEAPER IF YOU ASK FOR A DRYER KIT .
is worth to do it all since you are there, in order to open it you have to take the 2 screws off the top (filter panel) remove the filter panel, then you may need to use a putty knife to pry the top open (front of the machine top cover an front cover you will see the clips maybe 3 inches away from the corner, then one open remove the front panel 2 screws 5/16 lift an tilt the door an your in, lift the tensioner an remove the belt from the motor, lift drum an remove it then ur in,,,,,,,to assemble follow steps back n ur done!
Hi there, Well, F7 error code occures due to A = Function pad button stuck or B = Bad clock Unstick button or Replace Electronic Range Control (ERC)
Replace the ERC there are ten screws 3 on each side and 4 on the control leave the hex screws alone all you need is a phillip screwdriver. REMEMBER TO SHUT OFF THE POWER FIRST lift and fold out the control panel remove the ribbon cable and remove the four screws that hold the control board . replace control panel in reverse order.
remove all visable screws on bottom of pc,remove battery and covers remaining screws are hidden in such places,remove screws at back behind screen to lift front panel and access keyboard removal.depending on model access to panel with mouse pad is done after keyboard lifted.