Question about LG Washing Machines
Try adjusting the water lvl going into the washer. Adjust accordingly. If you have a meter, just the resistance of the valves. Unplug of course. It should read about 1.4k ohms ish. Could be higher or lower but roughly that.
Posted on Apr 28, 2010
I just wash all loads on bulky items and it completely fills the washer with water. My clothes were dingy and some spots on the clothes never even got wet. I may be using more water but at least my clothes are getting clean now.
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