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Not enough water seems to be getting up inot soap area to mix it during wash leaving alot of unused soap behind after wash

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First make sure you are using a high efficiency detergent and not a standard detergent. The product should have HE in the corner. After that, make sure you are not overloading the tray. The detergent should not exceed the max fill line. If both of these requirements have been met, you may have a clogged line which typically is due to overfilling of the detergent tray. Call LG out if you are under warranty. If not, consider a professional anyways as accessing the water linkage is difficult without a diagram.

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