Question about LG Washing Machines
LE = locked rotor. Replacing most common problem (hall effect sensor) didn't work.
1. Is rotor really locked?
2. Does control board simply think rotor is locked?
3. Is wiring good?
4. Did you install a defective sensor?
5. Is circuitry on control board bad, and reading sensor wrong?
6. Do you know any good repair people who are good with high tech? I do. . . ME!
Posted on Jun 01, 2010
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