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I unscrewed the lower panel on the front and cleaned out the large black round cap on my LG Tromm Washer. I blow thru the small rubber hose and it sounds clear. I am still getting the OE when getting to the rinse/spin cycle.

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As you know OE is drain error. you still have a drain problem and this could be because the pump impeller has a coin or similar jamming it, or it could be that the pump motor itself is failing. If the drain hose is clear and not kinked and the pump is working the machine should drain........Good luck....Nomess

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I had the same problem. Everything was clear as far as hoses and button trap goes. I removed the pump motor and had it tested at the appliance store. It did work but it was not running at a high rpm so technician said motor was probably bad. So I gambled and bought a new pump motor and installed it. Works like a charm now.

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