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My LG Intellowasher 7kg front loader (model: WD14112FD) seems to keep getting stuck with 5min left of the washing cycle on the final spin.

My LG Intellowasher 7kg front loader (model: WM1285FHD) seems to keep getting stuck with 3min left of the washing cycle on the final spin

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SOURCE: LG Intellowasher cannot complete spin cycle.

Unplug power cable, remove top cover and inner panel, locate water level sensor on the right with 3 wires and a thin tube, remove the tube and puff into it until you hear water bubbling. This will clear any blockage caused by suds build up. Replace tube, covers and plug back in. It should complete cycles now.

Posted on Dec 29, 2012

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