Question about LG Washing Machines
LG top load fuzzy turbo drum. Washed okay till next load was added, it starts to wash then comes up with d3 flashing error code
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Posted on Dec 21, 2007
If it's really as you described, when draining at the same time filling up, then it's a problem in the main control board. You'll need some electronics knowledge to repair it, or just replace the main board
Posted on Aug 07, 2009
SOURCE: Error code
My Whirlpool Duet Steam washing machine used to run for a couple of minutes, then it would say SUDS on the display, and then it would display error code F35. To fix this, I removed and replaced the analog pressure switch located under the top cover panel in the back right corner of the washer (as viewed when standing in front of the washer looking down at the top). I called the Whirlpool customer service 1-800 number that I found in my washer's instruction manual to order the switch. The part number of the switch is: W10156252. The model number of my Whirlpool Duet Steam washer is: WFW9600TW01. I paid a total of $89 for the switch and overnight FedEx shipping.
What I learned in the process:
1. The "Analog Steam", and "Analog Pressure", switches that everyone speaks of are the same thing (at least according to the customer service representative with whom I spoke).
2. I read somewhere that you can determine if the switch is broken by blowing into it and listening for a click. Allegedly, if no sound can be heard the switch is broken. This is not true!! The broken switch on my washer did not make a sound when I blew into it, but neither did the new switch that I received from Whirlpool (which ended up fixing the washer).
3. The customer service representatives will barter on the price of the switch!
Hope this post helps you remove and replace your bad Analog Pressure switch. I tried to upload a labeled photograph of the washer and switch but this site would not cooperate.
Read more: http://forum.appliancepartspros.com/washer-repair/35193-f-35-trouble-code.html#ixzz0ywbfWNsG
Posted on Sep 08, 2010
SOURCE: My washing machine LG Turbo
My LG has a magnet on the lip of the door flap. This magnet sits behind a flimsy little plastic clip that is bound to break off after a while. Look for the magnet inside your drum - it will stick to the walls of the drum. Stick it back on with masking tape or glue. Simple cure for a sloppy design!
Posted on Jan 29, 2013
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