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LG1814WM will not drain properly

Need to run spin cycle without the rinse

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Start checking the drain lines at the back of machine, ensure that the drain hose is not blocked.

If this does not fix the problem , then access the drain pump, and check the drain hose and pump are not blocked.

If still no luck, you need to have the pump and valve solenoid tested by a technician , to ensure valve it is not stuck or faulty, by energizing the solenoid.

If the pump solenoid is fine, and pump opens and close, then the problem is usually the control panel, rarely can also be a contact on wiring harness to the pump.

Eneter model number here to find parts and diagrams for your appliance.


Here also parts and repair help.


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