The washer makes a high pitch squeeling sound when the washer is filling with water (wash cycle and rinse cycle). The main problem is that the washer will not proceed from the wash cycle to the rinse cycle. The washing machine stops and an alarm sounds (repeated beeping). It will not continue to the rinse cycle even when the load is readjusted and the start button is pushed again. Jeff
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Re: washer stops at beginning of rinse cycle
Your shift indicator is just a cable that runs from your shifter you will have to remove the steering wheel and access the cable to take a closer look there should be an adjunct on the unit if not then replace the cable or shifter. There could be an issue with the shifter and cable on the side of the transmission.
You can though try fixing it by your own…for that remove all the plastic around the steering wheel so that you can view underneath it to locate the mechanical assembly. May be you will find any broken plastic retainer which holds the electric cable. Re-connect the cable to its connector and secure it in place with multiple rubber "o-rings”. You have to check the size of the “o –rings”.
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It sounds like the water inlet valve is making noise, since you hear a squealing noise during the filling of the washer. If it sounds like a constant squeak or squealing noise, it's caused by either the water inlet valve not being pulled all the way open, or because the water supply shut off valve at the house end isn't open all the way. Try opening the water supply shut off valves all the way.
If the cycle doesn't advance …….
When the cycle doesn't advance, it's probably the timer or a cold-water supply problem:
It's the timer, if your washing machine fills with water and begins agitating, but the timer never advances--or if the washer is in a spin cycle and the timer won't advance. Then you need to replace the timer.
It may be a cold-water supply problem, if the washing machine fills with water, agitates, drains, and spins, but then doesn't fill with rinse water.
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The not completly filling and squeeling makes me want to look at the screen on the water valve that the hoses attach to on the rear of the machine for blockage preventing water flow,to me the squeeling is the solonoids on the water valve calling for water yet no water coming in. IF you manually fill the washer using buckets of water/a hose what will happen? perhaps try that!! Also if you have the "aquaflow flood stop" hoses the internal stopper in the hose is bad,replace hoses using standard hoses
Good luck,i hope this helps you to fix your washer, Gene
We bought this dishwasher and ran it for the last 1 1/2 months and it made a grinding and whistling sound from day one (it's supposed to be nearly silent in its operation). Turns out the drain pump was cutting in while the machine was still filling, thereby emptying the wash tub of any water. Then, when the cycle proceeded to wash, the dumb thing had no water and made a horrible noise. So I had to pitch in at least 2-3 litres of hot water, and then it worked quietly! Had to do this every time there was new water intake.
After working with the repairmen - four visits later, we isolated the float assembly as the problem and they set about replacing the part. Turns out the two parts were markedly different. LG HAD INSTALLED an older model float assembly at the factory and it was the problem. The replacement part was the correct float assembly and things worked perfectly after that - thank goodness. No more babysitting the dishwasher.
Don't let anyone tell you the motor assembly needs replacement. I have seen that cop-out 'fix' all over the web. But use deductive reasoning to find out where the problem is in the cycle, and explore this option first - it's a quicker and cheaper fix than replacing the whole motor assembly.
'Mr. Float' as he is now called works like this: -expels any residual water in the tub from the last wash -intakes water for the wash or rinse -whirs 2-3 times prepping for the cycle -begins to wash, quietly -expels at the end of the wash or rinse.
He used to: -expel residual water -intake new water for wash or rinse ---drain pump would cut in WHILE still filling -machine would whir once, realize it didn't have enough water -perform a brief top-up intake shot -begin to wash and whistle and GRIND (this is where I would have to add the water) -expels water from wash or rinse, and start all over again.
It's a good dishwasher and it will work, but the right model parts have to be in place!
When the washer initially fills for the wash, is it only hot water entering the drum? Try switching the water temperature between hot and cold as it fills. If any of them show little or no water getting through, it sounds too easy but check to make sure water supply taps are on, and that the cold/hot fill hoses aren't reversed. Remove the fill hoses and check any of the screen filters for blockage (in the hoses and in the inlet water valve). When the machine stops and waits to fill but all you hear is a hum, it sounds like there is power going to the valve but water is not able to get through it. Good luck!
most new washers have cold water only rinse and spray rinse ck cold water coming into machine during wash if no cold comes in suspect cold side of fill vale not opening ..could be wiring issue or a bad valve