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Washer stops during rinse cycle and "OE" code shows up. we've cleaned filter and keep draining drain hose. is there anything else to do or check?

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You may have to inspect the entire drain system back to the pump, it may be partially clogged. When the unit drains it should drain a substantial amount of water. View the drain discharge, if it appears the discharge rate is not what it used to be, inspect the drain system

Posted on Nov 12, 2009

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SOURCE: code OE water is not being drained out

You may have a broken or plugged drain pump and needs to be diagnosed by a qualified LG technician.

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SOURCE: LG Tromm Washer flashing OE. drained from the

Take the front off and check all the hoses going in and out of the drain pump.

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Washer will stop after rinse cycle and says OE. Then is will not drain rinse water.


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OE is a drain error and is displayed when the washer is unable to drain water. Please check the drain hose and drain pump filter for any clogs to clean the error. Please get back to me if you have any other questions.

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OE is a drain error and is displayed when the washer is unable to drain water. Please check the drain hose and drain pump filter located inside the front bottom for any clogs to clean the error. Please get back to me if you have any other questions.

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The code OE is a draining error. The washer has sensed that the water has not completely drained all of the water within 10 minutes and will display this error code. The grinding noise you are describing is most likely a failed drain pump or clogged with foreign debris.


  1. Locate your drain pump access door on the front of the machine.
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If you are unable to resolve the issue by cleaning, I would recommend replacing the drain pump.


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I had the same problem. First the grinding noise during the rinse cycle and then after four weeks the OE code. LG had a local repair service come out and he determined that the drain pump was dead and ordered a replacement. Still waiting on part after only 3 days.

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