Question about LG Washing Machines
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Can't set time delay.
Would your start button be stuck? check to see if there is something keeping it pressed in? if not your control star button could be shorted...let me know
Posted on Aug 23, 2007
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This sounds like it will only fixed by service
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Posted on Aug 26, 2008
one simple solution would be to use an alarm clock. you would remove the alarm speaker, and connect the speaker contacts to a push solenoid (you'll have to check the voltage coming out of the clock to see if it can drive a solenoid, if it can't you'll have to probably use a relay in between). when the alarm goes off it would actuate the solenoid which would press the button, then the alarm would stop and release the solenoid. the biggest issue i can see with this is that the pulsing signal of the alarm might not stay "on" long enough to actuate the solenoid. so if you can find an alarm that's got a steady sound instead of a "beep beep beep" it would probably work better.
you could also go analog and get an old style alarm clock (with the bells and what not) and remove the bells, and attach a "stick" or rod to the hammer that strikes the bells. when the alarm goes off the hammer would swing the stick into the power button.
or you could open up the washing machine and bypass the push switch and make your own switch that's easier to actuate
Posted on Oct 12, 2010
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