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Hi There, The E2 error you are receiving is likely the float switch sensor when turns the system off when the bucket is full. Please contact our customer service department to be connected with a service depot in your area. 1-800-263-2629 Business hours are Monday to Friday 9am-4pm
If this is the same as the original part then you can follow the wiring through the casing, sometimes you can tie a piece of thin cord to the cables as you pull them through and then use this to pull the new cables back.
Do you have the bucket, as lots of these sensors need to be plugged into the bucket to operate properly. Even if you are using the drain hose.
Another thing worth noting is that often when the sensor reads a fault it can be just dirt or slime on the sensor, a good clean with an old toothbrush and warm soapy water can often acheive excellent results.
E1 code for the primary humidity sensor behind right side grill. Unit MUST be unplugged from outlet. Take right side grill out, unplug sensor from wire socket and plug back. If no help, you need new sensor.
I decided to phoned LG customer service directly. They informed me that my dehumidifier comes with a 5 year warranty. They gave me a ph# to call of a dealer located in my area that will fix my problem at no charge. They were very helpful.
I have a LG model LHD65EBL that first started icing up along the top edge during humid days. After several months of this, it finally stopped working and displayed CH01 with the bucket full indicator flashing.
I took apart the dehumidifier, removed the temperature sensor from the coil and rubbed it between my fingers. I then plugged in the unit and it started right up, confirming either a sensor or other circuit problem related to that sensor. For my model unit, I ordered sensor assembly #6877A30013L from RepairClinic.com for $21.75 + shipping.
When I received the assembly, I measured the new and old sensor with an ohm meter: new sensor = 5.5KOhms, old, defective sensor = 5.34KOhms. I installed the new sensor assembly and the unit is working fine.
Just because the bucket full indicator is flashing along with an error code does not mean there is a problem with the bucket full switch.