Question about LG Washing Machines
I have an LG WM0532HW wash machine and it has a Bracket assembly (4811ER3001A) that holds some sort of sensor (6501FA2462C), There is a flat end to this assembly that is plastic. I turned the machine on the side to replace the belows part, then I noticed the sensor sitting there kind of weird, looking like a robotic arm but just hanging there. So my question is: what is the proper position of the flat end surface? There is a similar protruding flat piece molded on the drum assembly that seems to match this. It is stationary and the only apparent reason is for it to transfer vibrations to the sensor. But where the sensor's end piece is (to the right as you look from the opening on the back), I do not think there is any chance doing that. On the other hand if it is supposed to be on the left it would really look awkward as design goes. I have a picture here: www.commercialtech.com/lgsensor.JPG
Is that the proper position of the arm assembly or should it be to the left of the protruding piece from the drum assembly?
It is an off balance sensor so that if the tub wobbles excessively it shuts the unit down. It rests to the right.
Posted on Mar 08, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The door latch assembly comes as one piece. It would actually be much simpler to purchase the new latch and replace the whole assembly instead of trying to put pieces and parts back inside a latch that may or may not work after all your hard effort. If you decide to replace the latch, follow these steps: 1. Unplug the machine. 2. Remove the lower kick plate panel if you like (this can help you reach the latch from a couple of different angles). 3. Open door and feel around the rubber door boot for a wire hoop. At the bottom of the door open is a tension spring. Pull the spring apart and remove the wire hoop from the groove. 4. Gently lift the rubber boot from the groove around the door opening and push inside the machine so you can access the inside of the casing. 5. The door latch assembly is located inside the case on the right-hand side. There should be a couple of wire connectors going to it (remember how they come off). Be careful with the wires, they are small and can break. 6. Unplug the wire connectors and remove the three screws holding the latch in place from the outside of the casing. 7. There should also be a plastic retainer holding the latch in place. Remove latch from retainer. 8. Install new door latch by placing it in the plastic retainer, first. 9. Plug wires connectors in. 10. Re-install the three door latch screws. 11. Re-install rubber door boot around the door opening. Make sure it is properly seated in the groove. 12. Reinsert wire hoop. starting at the top of the door opening, carefully push the wire hoop into the groove and work your way all the way around the bottom where the tension spring would be. (A second set of hands to hold the wire hoop in replace would be handy at this point). 13. Pull tension spring apart and snap into groove. Done. Hopefully this will take care of your problems. Of course, you may not like the idea of having to purchase a whole new door latch assembly, or the effort required to remove and replace. But, it sure beats trying to rebuild the old one. I hope this helps.
Posted on Jun 11, 2007
first unplug washer then there are 4 half inch bolts on the motor holding it to the frame take those out unplug the motor harness. then twist it out you may have to take the hoses off. then there are 3 torxs screws in the pump take them out and put new belt on same way you took off and then reverse the steps and you will be ok
Posted on Feb 16, 2008
IF THE FLOOR IS NOT ABSOLUTELY STABLE, IT WILL MAGNIFY A SMALL VIBRATION INTO A LARGE ONE. PUT SOMETHING ON THE DRYER IF IT SETS NEXT TO THE WASHER, AND TURN ON THE WASHER INTO SPIN. IF THE ITEM ON THE DRYER SHAKES, THE FLOOR IS MOVING.
IF THE WASHER IS ON CARPET, REMOVE THE CARPET OR CUT HOLES IN IT WHERE THE FEET ARE SO IT IS NOT SETTING ON THE CARPET. THE CARPET AND PAD WILL BE TOO SOFT FOR THE WASHER TO SET STABLE.
ALSO, PICK UP ON THE REAR OF THE WASHER TO RESET THE AUTO LEVELING REAR LEGS. YOU SHOULD HEAR THEM MOVE AND RESET WHEN YOU SET THE WASHER BACK DOWN.
Posted on Apr 10, 2008
Caustic soda. Be careful to wear gloves. Fill tub with water, cold will do, put in about 100gms of soda and turn on a extra large wash cycle only. Don't let the water drain, allow to stand over night, then complete wash cycle. You will find that hugh amounths of lint come loose. Repeat if necessary. I now do this about once every two months. Another thing to remember is to always leave lid open when machine is not in use, this prevents musty smells.
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Posted on Jun 25, 2008
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