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Lg intellowasher 8026c not draining

Machine not draining, no blockage or obstruction

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SOURCE: LG Intellowasher 7kg WD-8026C. This

Hi.

As you probably know, OE means that the machine does not drain.

To open the door you need to empty water first.

To empty water:

  1. Disconnect power.
  2. Prepare a container to collect water and clothes to dry.
  3. Open the drain filter access door (see picture).
  4. Rotate drain cap.
  5. Collect water.
  6. Remove any blockage from filter.
  7. Re-apply power, wait thirty more minutes or so if door still does not open.
Here the filter access:

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If 0E comes back, check the drain hose at the back of the machine.

Regards.

Ginko

Posted on May 31, 2011

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