Question about LG Washing Machines
There is a sensor in the back of the washer that senses your load. Truthfully the less in a frontload the harder it is to balance itself. If you get the uneven load error your sensor is probably going out and will need to be replaced. If you pull the washer out it should have an access panel in the rear. Look on the right side of the tub in the back after the panel is removed and you should see the sensor hanging off the side with wires going to it. If I had a model I could probably get you a part number.
Posted on May 26, 2011
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