Question about LG Washing Machines
Just moved and moved our washer, the LG F1443KD6 without the transit bolts in place, when tried on any cycle the machine will wash , but as soon s it gets to spin cycle it sounds like its powering up to spin, wobbles the drum , then just , cuts out , leaving the cycle stuck and just going round in the drum , and the count down timer stuck on the same amount of minutes, with wet washing in limbo ... whatever cycle the machine is put on it won't seem to be able to continue to the end cause it gets stuck at the spin , please can you advise, has being moved without the bolts damaged the drum balance ? do you think this can be solved Fairly easily
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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That means that there is either a problem with the belt, or with the drum bearings.
The machine should be inspected by a technician.
If you want to get repairs for your appliance you can call the number listed on the owner manual.
Posted on Oct 16, 2008
Hi this is a common problem theres a was a kit where you fit an extra counter weight to the front plus strenthening screws for the frame sometimes i changed the shocks.
Posted on Oct 30, 2008
SOURCE: drum does not spin
We have an LG TROMM with the same problem, 3 years old as well. We bought the extended warranty (Huge waste of $$$$). So far they have determined it is not the motor or either of the control boards. We think it might be a relay switch or possibly the brake. Good luck with yours, we just went out and bought a new washer.
Posted on Jul 03, 2009
Maytag uses an auto balancing mechanism, based on the rear legs. These legs should move freely. Lay the machine on its side, and try to move the rear legs. If they won't move and appear rusty, then spray penetrating oil on both legs and move them until they move freely.
Posted on Jan 08, 2011
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Pull the bottom panel off (if don't have access to the drain pump) and open the pump. I'll bet it's clogged.
Washers won't spin if they can't get all the water out...hope this helps.
Posted on Apr 02, 2011
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