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The light comes on saying its a E with out the top washer

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This is joyce

Very easy solution go to lg.com and download your manual to your codes and this should tel you why you have the e code, it may say you are not getting enought water in machine, sometimes slow water will cause this code, try first reseting machine, unplug from wall for 1 min, then replug in wall and see if it goes away. if it dont you may have to call techn, these machine's are not easy to work on by yourself they are very exspensive if they are new, if you want to take chance go for it, the manuel will help.
let me know if I can be of help.
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joyce

Posted on Feb 13, 2009

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