Question about LG LDF6920ST Stainless Steel 24 in. Built-in Dishwasher
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Recommend you remove the approximately 10 screws to pull the entire filter and manually clean. Remove all debris you find and thoroughly rinse out the filter if you can separate the top from the bottom. If the sump area is greasy, use a de-greasing spray to cut through it. Resemble, checking that there are no blockages in the holes on the spray arms.
Fill a bowl or cup with white vinegar and place it on the lower rack of the empty dishwasher. Do not add detergent. Run the quick cycle. The inside of the dishwasher should now be clean and not greasy. If still greasy, use the de-greasing spray (avaiable at all stores in the cleaning section.)
For 30 days, use only Electrosol or Cascade powder. Do NOT use gel or tablets, ever. Please report back your results. Good Luck!
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Posted on Mar 29, 2009
Check and make sure the unit is level front to back and side to side.
Check all 3 spray arms for plugged or restricted holes that may be diverting water in the wrong direction..
Posted on Jan 09, 2010
This is being caused by the vent tube design. The lower fitting is pushed up into the upper fitting so water leaks out from the top. The fittings are designed backwards. Remove front door panel and their will be a white tube running down the side. That tube is pushed up into its mate. Pull it down and silacone calk all around the out side of that pieces and the inside of the upper piece. put them back together and then tape it with some duck tape. DO NOT US FOR AT LEAST 24 hrs.
Posted on Aug 21, 2009
I had the same problem - intermittent leak at door, left side. The solution is to replace the level sensor and/or the inlet valve. This intermittent electrical malfunction allows to much water to enter the diswasher and spill out. I changed these parts once, it solved the problem and 8 months later the problem has returned.
Posted on May 01, 2010
The bottom of the door is NOT ACTUALLY SEALED. if you use the wrong or too much soap this can happen. Unit level is important.
Posted on Sep 26, 2010
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