Question about LG Dishwashers
This is very common problem with LG dishwashers. The LE
error code (locked engine) is not allways indicative of a motor
Simply unscrew the front door panel from the retaining screws on the inside of the perimiter of the door. Once the screws are removed pull down and out to remove the door panel. Remove the sound insulating material and you will see several wires routed from the contol panel the length of the door to underneath the unit. Inspect the wires thouroghly. Near the bottom is where the pinching can take place. There are two gray wires and if you have been getting the "LE" error code, one of those wires is most likely broken or pinched. Splice, reconnect, solder or tape and you're back in buisiness!
Posted on Jul 08, 2010
CHECK THE WIRES CAREFULLY. I missed it the first time around. it was a blue one stuck in the black insulation.
Posted on Oct 26, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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