Question about Dishwashers
I understand your frustration with having to deal with major repairs to a new applaince. However, I don't belive this is the correct forum that you need to use. I have found a helpful link that you may try in the hopes that you can get a resolution this this:
Use the "U.S.A. Corporate Headquarters" contact information. Since the appliance is still fairly new, and you have experienced some significant problems with it, the company may have recall information about this appliance, or may be willing to reimburse some of your expenditures. Be prepared to have your Model Number and Serial Number handy. A detailed email, outlining all the dates of repairs, costs you had to incur, followed by the financial burden this has caused you, may be a good place to start. Save any emails you send for future reference. I can't make any promises, but I do hope you can find some assistance that you need.
PS "Life's Good" is a company motto. LG actually stands for Lucky-Goldstar, the original company name. Korean.
Posted on Aug 26, 2008
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