Question about LG WD-3243RHD Front Load Washer / Dryer
This usually indicates that the fill valve for the drying cycle is faulty. In short you need a new cold water valve assembly. (this will fix this
issue 90% of the time) Otherwise you may need a new control board.
Inside of the machine (you will have to remove the top cover from the machine) is a valve assembly attached to the cold water line. This valve assembly consists of 2 or 3 individual valve bodies . The one on the right hand side of the assembly usually controls the cold water inlet for the drying cycle(this is necessary for proper condensation drying to take place). There is a black hose which attaches this part of the valve assembly to the wash drum. With the water shut off and the power removed from the machine, remove this hose from the valve and look to see if it has a small red (usually) plastic insert. This is a restricter insert which limits the water flow into the tub. Without the insert the tub will fill with cold water in a short amount of time.
Posted on Aug 05, 2008
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