Question about LG WM1814CW Front Load Washer
If there is sand or sand-like sediment in the washer and it did not
arrive there from any item(s) washed in it prior, it arrived via the
water supply. This means it came from either the water supply or from
the pipes in the house, if the pipes are corroded old steel or iron
pipes. If it came from the water supply and/or the piping system and other water using
appliances. Check the aerators on the sink faucets and inside the
toilet tank. If any of those locations have the same problem, it may be
the water supply or the water piping system. In those cases, other
major problems exist, which will not resolve the washer problems.
Some of that "grit" may actually be coming from your washing detergents. Try running a cycle through with hot water only.
Then make sure the seals are clean. Try another load and see if the symptoms return.
Posted on Oct 05, 2009
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