Question about LG Dishwashers
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Posted on Mar 30, 2015
Check the water inlet filters for condition, clean if necessary. It sounds like the machine is not taking on the correct amount of water. Check also the continuity of the water inlet valve coil, replace if the coil shows no OHM reading. The 1E error code is for water inlet problem.
Posted on Apr 07, 2015
Testimonial: "I checked The Inlet and is fine. it takes on water and stop after a will of taking on water. after a Long pause when the next phase must start. it throws me a E1 and let the Water out again"
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Assuming that you have checked under the dishwasher for a leak (through a faulty sump gasket):
Since there is not actual leak, check the following:
-Confirm that the height of Drain Hose connection (sink-Drain Hose) rises greater than 20′ _minimum_ as it travels to the drain connection.
-If that does not solve the problen, it is probably a worn/broken Impeller of the Washing Pump.
Unless you are mechanicly incliend, a service call is probably the way to do. If you need further steps, please reply. Otherwise, after you ahve used the advise, please accept this solution.
Posted on Mar 28, 2009
SOURCE: I have an LG dishwasher,
I've just solved the same problem on my 2120. It started when the pump motor bearing failed and continued after I'd replaced the bearing. According to my handbook the E1 fault is theoretically a water leak but practically it is that the pump is not delivering enough water. In this case the failed bearing had allowed the shaft to wobble about and damage either the rotor or the inside of the pump (it's sealed so you can't strip it). Solution was to replace the pump.
Posted on Nov 28, 2010
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