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I have an lg tromm front load washer. I am getting the IE fault. I have cleaned the inlet screens and drain filter. It gets stuck at the 13 min mark, seems like it just won't go to spin cycle.


LE code mean suds have built up. Using non he (High Efficiency) detergent or too much detergent will cause this error most front loaders use he detergent only there is a he swirl on the container
Let your washer sit idle or 45 minutes.Unplg washer as well
Plug in and turn on as left spin speed select no spin press Start/pause to start a drain only cycle. When cycle is complete remove load. Start a rinseā€¢spin cycle to clean out residue.
If the sud were too much you may have to repeat

Jul 25, 2015 | LG Washing Machines

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Lg front load 3 yrs old stopped mid cycle Door was locked I finally got it opened. Suds everywhere. Now won't lite up or turn on. Checked plugs gfi breaker. Reset doing the above still not doing...


I would advise getting a washing machine mechanic from lg or check your filter at the front of the machine other wise the door mechism is damaged

Dec 10, 2014 | Washing Machines

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Why do you have to use H.E. detergent in front load washers?


not as much suds as regular detergent and double the strenth,front load washers use less water than top loaders,if you use to much detergent the machine will keep filling and draining to try to get the suds out.also you should only be using 1/4 cup of H.E. detergent or you can damage the spider gear in the washer,you'll know if it breaks you'll hear the tub banging all around loudly when it's in final spin,the spider gear is made out of soft metal and the extra detergent eats at the metal

Apr 09, 2011 | LG Washing Machines

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I need a service manual for an lg wm2455hg front load washer. Where can i get one?


i have thiswm2455hg unit that is to me worthless it doesnt wash the cloths clean i just go through the cycles and the cloths come out spots and not clean it vibrates on spin clycle the cloths look drye when the machine is washing very little suds this is the last front load im getting let me see the agitator in the water not this front load clonker and it stinks after sitting a couple days whats up

Jun 09, 2010 | LG TROMM WM2688H 4.0 cu.ft. Front Loading...

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Water and suds leaking


if you have any suds your either using too much soap or the wrong kind. does the washer drain all the water out each time? is this a new machine where you're washing your clothes in it for the first time? I've seen clothes with resisual soap in them causing over sudsing.

May 20, 2010 | LG WM2487H Front Load Washer

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Mold and mildew in door deal of LG front loader WM


Barb,

This is a problem with all front loaders. We have used those cleaning tablets in a regular hot cycle per the directions on the box. You can also try placing 1 cup of crystal dishwashing detergent in the tub and fill the soap dispenser with bleach and run a quick cycle full hot.

Aug 09, 2009 | LG WM-2277HW Front Load Washer

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LG WM2487 front load washer spews suds out of port on rear.


You are likely using too much detergent or the detergent is not high-efficiency detergent. Change detergents and/or lower amount and this problem should go away.

The water port on the back allows air inside the tub to escape. However, if the wrong type or quantity of detergent are used, excess suds will flow from this port.

Mar 09, 2009 | LG WM2487H Front Load Washer

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Keeps washing


If you are using a front load washer, never use more than one tablespoon of HE laundry soap per load. Now, to get rid of the suds you have: Get a package of Phyzeme (spelling?) tables for stomach gas. Cut about four of the capsules open and add the liquid contents to the washer, then resume wash. That will knock the suds right down without having to run about 10 rinse cycles through the washer.

Jan 14, 2009 | LG TROMM WM2688H 4.0 cu.ft. Front Loading...

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Lg wm2277hs


Product Laundry Washer
Symptom Error Codes
Sub Symptom LE error code
Question Locked motor error code.
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LE error code: This indicates a locked motor condition. Please check the following conditions. Large loads of laundry can put a strain on the motor causing the LE error code. Try removing some clothing and restart. Excessive suds can cause the LE error code. Make sure the customer is using an HE (High Efficiency) detergent. They should decrease the amount of detergent until the machine washes without suds. A few bubbles can be expected. Areas that have �soft� water will usually need to use less detergent. If you suspect that excessive suds are the problem, let the machine stand for 30 min (motor cool down) and then run a rinse and spin cycle before restarting the load. If these directions are followed and the code persists, the machine will likely need service. .

Aug 18, 2008 | LG WM2277HSW XL Front Load Stackable...

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Suds leaking from back of washer near top


Suds are not supposed to leak from the top; means you are not using the right detergent. Use front loading powders. You can open up the top during next wash to locate where the leak is coming from (after changing powder). I understand suds appear in the window during spin....but leak? Caution when machine works with top open!

rate if helped pl........

Dec 29, 2007 | LG WM1814CW Front Load Washer

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