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Hi i have a lg washing machine wft8061dd,can u please tell me why PE appear when it turn on


Water level sensor fault This fault code is fairly self-explanatory and tells you that the washing machine has detected an error with the pressure sensor or pressure switch. It is rare to see this error code on LG washers.
On non-display panel models this fault code can be shown by the lights for fuzzy, heating and speedy or super, normal and hold being lit or flashing.
  • Check water level sensor
  • Check wiring to water pressure sensor
  • Check connections to water level sensor
  • Check main electronic controller

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Lg front load wm conversation moto type le error pls


Hi Jilu, The link below is a list of error codes for your washing machine..... CHEERS..

LG Washing Machine Error Code = LE
LG Washer Error = Drive Motor Locked Error
CHECK / REPAIR / FIX = Check the wire harness connections on the motor and the hall sensor (tachometer). Repair any wiring issues. If the wiring connections check good then check for damaged motor components. Replace if needed. If motor is good the replace the hall sensor.

LG Washing Machine Error Codes Washer Fault Codes

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Where is the door sensor of a LG 8.2kg fuzzy logic washing machine


Most of the LG door sensors are fitted into the door lock mechanism.

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I have lg wf-f7061dn washing machine when start the machine it starts for 5 to10second and then stops and then the inlet water magnet coil starts even I have change the watersensor.


Check if the air hole to the sensor is clogged, if you have replaced the sensor with the correct one and there is no sensor fault.

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LG washing Machine


Yes , you can use the full assembly from the old machine provided it is of the same make and model.
Removing and fixing without damaging must be the priority,

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LG washing machine loud and error code LE


Hi,
Here is a tip that explains what the LE error code means.....

LG Washing Machine LE Error Code or Fault Code
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LG WD-14401TB SE error code


the motor position sensor or the hall sensor part number is
6501KW2002A

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Error code se


can you check the temperature sensor , i know thats not the same fault , the fault to the sensor is be but check the sensor , at the bottom of the tub between the heather connections

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LE on LG washing machine


More than likely, the motor sensor has failed and needs to be replaced.  You will need to purchase the motor sensor from LG.  
To replace the motor sensor, remove the 4 screws in the back panel to gain access to the motor.  Using a 17mm socket, remove the center bolt holding the rotor.  Remove the rotor.  Using a 10mm socket, remove the 6 bolts holding the stator assembly.  Holding onto the stator, allow the stator to come down and you will see the sensor located on the bottom of the stator.  Replace it and you should be good to go.
If this is too complicated, call a qualified LG technician.

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