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LG WM0532HW Will not power up. I checked the electrical supply and I have 120 volts to the switch in the LG contorl panel, but when the switch is activated, there is no response. Is the switch bad? Can it be replaced or do I have to replace the whole card?

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I found a part number for a switch: http://www.partstore.com/Part/LG+Electronics+Incorporated/LG+Electronics%2fZenith/WM0532HW/LG+Electronics+Incorporated/LG+Electronics%2fZenith/6600FA1704X/New.aspx To see the full list of parts for this model: http://www.partstore.com/Model/LG+Electronics+Incorporated/LG+Electronics%2fZenith/WM0532HW.aspx

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HI THERE, HAVE AN ERROR CODE OE COMING UP ALL THE TIME. HAVE CHECKED THE SERVICE MANUAL AND FOLLOW THE PROCEDURE TO CLEAN UP THE FILTER BUT STILL WON'T WORK. ANY OTHER INSTRUCTIONS?

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Will not power up yes there is power going to the plug,what wrong? it work just fine the last time

Posted on Dec 06, 2008

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