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LG model WD3632HW OE lite is on and will not drain

Hoses and strainer are clean

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Followed suggestions for LE message and it solved my problem with the OE message - cleaned the drain filter located on the front of the machine near the floor.

Posted on Sep 03, 2007

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That OE is really DE (drain error). Open the access door at the lower left on the front of the washer. Drain remaining water using the small hose. (at least if it is not plugged) Unscrew and remove the large knob. Clean out filter. If filter was clean, you may need a new pump motor, or something may have made it past the filter and is jamming the pump impeller. You can remove the pump without taking the front off the machine. Do an "Ask Me" if you need to do that, and I'll give you further advise.

Posted on Oct 11, 2008

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SOURCE: I have the Crosley cfw8000gr front load washer and

Open the small door on the front of the machine and take out the strainer for the pump i think you have something stuck in the pump also be carefull when you put the strainer back it is kind off tricky to line up.

Posted on Aug 27, 2009

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SOURCE: LG washer with OE error

Hi,

If you are getting this code it is because your washing machine has tried for at least ten minutes to drain the water out of the machine. The most likely cause of this problem is that you have a plugged pump filter or you have something stuck in the pump filter.Make sure that you unplug your washing machine.To clean out the pump filter you must empty the washing machine water. The best way to do this is to manually drain the water into a low bucket or basin. Then lay a towel down to catch to remaining small amount of water. Remove the pump filter, clean out any debris, and wash out the filter. Then plug your washer back in and restart the washing machine.Check that your machine is properly leveled. A washer that is too far out of level may not drain properly. Make sure that you are level front to back as well as side to side.This solution will solve your problem

Thank You !!

Posted on Jul 27, 2010

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SOURCE: lg wm-2277hw front load washer getting a OE error

The LG error code OE simply means "the pump is blocked". Presumably the water isn't being emptied properly. As with all error codes it is possible that there is a cause other than the exact description in the error code explanation but basically this error means as far as the washing machine is concerned it thinks the water isn't pumping out. A pump, or filter blockage is the most common cause but it could be caused by other faults such as a faulty pump, or even a blockage in the drain hose or somewhere else in the system etc.


LG themselves have some information on this error code..

http://lgknowledgebase.com/kb/index.php?View=entry&EntryID=6273

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Posted on Sep 18, 2010

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Open the small door on the front of the machine and take out the strainer for the pump i think you have something stuck in the pump also be carefull when you put the strainer back it is kind off tricky to line up.

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