Question about Microwave Ovens
another user has fixed the problem in the following way as shown on this page:
"I called Sear's to fix it. The tech just removed and reconnect all cables on the Printed circuit board.
It is now working fine. So, probably some corrosion on connector pins on the board.,, LE error is gone!!!
Next time it does it again, I will use a "light" sandpaper to clean allexternal pins on the Printed circuit board. I suspect corrosion on asensor pin...
I was surprised to see how well the machine is made!!! Even If I hadthat problem, I woul propably buy that type again.... At least fornow...."
Theres another suggestion from another person as follows:
"error LE Overload in motor.unplug for 1 hour plug back in. motors going bad or over loaded with stuff"
Here is the service manual for your washer
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The service manual says the following about the LE error:
I think you will be able to solve the problem with these tips and the quidance of the service manual.
Posted on Jun 19, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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