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Replaced the theromstat in the hall and now the unit won't come on at all. What would be the problem?

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If you did not turn power off to heating system prior to the replacement, you may have blown a fuse in the heating system. i need a make and model number to help you further.

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LE error (checked stator and replaced HAll sensor already)


If the control board does not receive the input it will not operate does the door lock? However:
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DO NOT replace the stator until the hall sensor has been tested. 98% of LE error codes are
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2) Don't replace the PCB when the hall sensor is replaced.
Check the hall sensor as shown in the new process.
O have a file I can send but can not upload here if you want it, contact me melissamaemartin@yahoo.com please put hall sensor in subject line. Thanks

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F2 means "Motor rotation not sensed". If the motor has already been replaced , then either the hall sensor that detects the rotation is not working, the rotor is jammed, the control board is defective, or there is a wiring problem.

• Foreign object has jammed the rotor.
• The rotor has failed.
• Hall sensor connector or wiring fault at hall sensor or controller.
• The hall sensor has failed.
• Motor stator winding or connection open circuit.
• The electronic controller has failed.
• PCB mains filter has failed.

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LG frontloader runs thru majority cycle & towards the end it stops & flashes "LE" code. I have replaced Hall sensor.


The 'LE' error message indicates the control board has detected that the motor is either not turning, or has locked up for some reason. Monitoring the motor is the job of the hall effect sensor board which constantly determines the direction and speed of the motor and feeds that information back to the control board. If there is a problem between what the motor should be doing and what the hall effect sensor says the motor is doing, the 'LE' will be displayed and the cycle will be stopped.

Motor lock can be caused by several things from a loose connector, to a bad motor, or even the hall effect sensor failing or dislodging from it's mount. Any one or more of these components could have caused this error, but it is possible to separate the working from the non-working, just by following a process. The reason this particular unit has been on the injured list for so long is the first tech never followed a trouble shooting process to ensure the parts being replaced had actually failed.

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I got an E3 flashing, what does that mean. The


Okay; This will essentially be a Hall Sensor fault. The Error code (E3) Is issued when the Motor control board is attempting to drive the motor (during the spin out), but is not seeing any tachometer response readings. The Hall sensor monitors such movements to relay the necessary rotation information to the Motor control board. When the Hall malfunctions, the MCB will assume that the motor is "locked" and it will issue the (E3) code.

The necessary actions are to replace the Hall sensor. Here is a picture of the Stator(Motor) and Hall sensor.
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Click here to access the service/repair manual for your unit. This manual will help you disassemble the affected area. You will first need to remove the rear access panel, before gaining access to the affected section. Once the rear panel is removed, focus on page 33-34 to help with removing the stator so that you can replace the damaged hall sensor. Please allow time for the manual to download, due to its size.

  • Once you have replaced the defective Hall sensor, the unit will return to its normal operating status.

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