We have had the absolute worst experience with this washer. It beeps
any time, turns on and off ALL the time, and we never know if and/or
when the washer will actually come on and wash the clothes. I've had to
smell the clothes in the morning to see if it actually turned on over
night and washed the clothes.
We have had it replaced once under
the warranty and will have to go back to the dealer before the warranty
ends to try and get a new/different model washer - one the WORKS.
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Hello Mike - Typically, if the water temperature combination is not appropriate for the cycle selected, the status lights will blink and signal will beep 3 times. Try resetting the unit by either unplugging it or flipping the household circuit breaker to the off position. Wait roughly ten minutes and turn on the washer. Select a normal cycle and verify if the washer continues to beep. If resetting the power does not correct the issue, your appliance could be experiencing a communication error with the control board or could have a wiring failure. I would suggest contacting an experienced service technician to determine the precise cause.
5 Short BeepsYour motherboard is complaining. Try reseating the memory and rebooting. If that doesn't help, you should consider another motherboard. You could probably get away with just replacing the CPU, but that's not too cost-effective. Its just time to upgrade!
bad drain pump or clogged drain line. some units have drain trap you can clean,if so you can clean it out yourself but will make a huge mess if you don't pinch close the drain hose between the tub and pump.
It may be the memory issue or the motherboard/processor faulty issue.
Try to remove the memory and insert it again and try rebooting your computer. Also check your motherboard and processor and also the power supply - SMPS
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my dishwasher did this for awhile. i found a small object lodged in the drain under the moving sprayer. i put a small amount of powdered clorox2 and ran a cycle. afterwards i ran a jetdry cycle. i havent had a problem since.
No button, but LG customer service says unplugging the unit for 1 hour and then holding the power button while turning it on will reset the computer.
In my experience this does work, but I don't think it resets absolutely everything.
Another time I had a problem LG customer service told me to unplug the unit, hold the power button for 60 seconds and then plug it back in. I can't confirm if this works or not, but it is worth a try first (60 seconds is a lot shorter than 60 minutes...).
instead of replacing the door switch assembly, you may want to try this because it worked for me: 1. unplug 2. remove the door switch assembly 3. carefully take the cover off this (there are 3 plastic tabs to open it) 4. refer to this diagram http://www.applianceaid.com/ads/doorsw417.jpg and bend the contact towards the contact on the coil (away from you in this picture) with some needle nose pliers. Watch the white contact switch as it tends to pop out. before you re-assemble it, poke the switch and see if the contact makes actual contact. if it does reassemble the unit and go about your merry way. if it doesn't bend it a little bit more.
do not bend this contact any more than you have to as it will always read as door closed if it is bent too far.
When you turn the computer on do you see or hear any of the following:
-Does the power LED turn on and if so for how long?
-When you turn you power on listen closely for any sounds like hard drives or fans starting up.
-Does anything show on your monitor, if yes what exactly?
-When turned on do you hear any beeping sounds from the computer? If you do listen for the pattern of long and short beeps and let us know what they are.
If you see absolutely nothing you should try testing the socket the computer is plugged into. Fuses blow, power strips die cords develop shorts so unplug the computer and plug in a lamp to verify you?re getting power. If that doesn?t turn up anything let us know the answers to the questions above plus any other observations and we?ll try to help.