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Re: you such a repair guru
Though that isnt in my direct line of work i have had the same problem myself
youll be happy to know that the fix is easy
simply take her out on a night on the town get her totally blitzed to the point were she can hardly stand by herself then (AND THIS IS WERE THE FIX COMES IN) give her the ol dirty sanchez if that doesnt work you need to trade her in
hope this helps
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Mine was doing this also and based on solution by guru MNTECH, I removed the front door skin (screws around inside of closing edge) and found the 5 bad wires broken or compromised. I spliced them back using crimp connectors from ACE HW and wrapped the bundle with e-tape and I'm off and running. So easy of fix but would have been a real bummer trying to find the problem w/o MNTECH's trick. LG Chat agent was no help.
one of the nylon rope which connects the door hinge to the door spring is broken.usually with time the rope wears out and break.it is preety easy fix. u have to pull the unit about half way out and look for ropes on lhs and rhs bottom of the unit.buy the rope kit(it comes with 2 ropes and plastic roller unit.). just see the one which is not broken and accordingly install the broken one.usually u dont have to install the new rolers unless they are broken.
Check underneath and disconnect the drain hose that leads into the pump to see if there is something blocking it. I had a similar problem and the technician found a cherry pit that was blocking the hose. He told my wife that it was a common problem and showed her where to check so we could do it ourselves if it happened again. We have not had to.
Most likely the spring or springs that help the door up are broken. Usually, if you remove the lower front panel (usually 2 screws hold it on) you can access the springs. If they are broken, try your local appliance repair store for new ones. If they are that old, they may be rusted- be careful!
Thermistor problems are really very rare. One thing to look for is a possible broken wire in the door assembly. Remove the front door panel. Locate the wire harness. About 1/3 of the way up from the bottom of the door, look for a broken wire. If no broken wire, look for a kinked wire that may be on the way to being broken. Once all the broken wires are repaired, the unit should work fine. If there is no broken wire, then have the thermistor replaced.