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from the ice freezing tube may have caused valve to burn up on unit... these are normally plastic water valves on back side of unit lower right side... very common problem... i am a lg oem authorized servicer parts usually come from lg electronics in alabama unless you have a local supplier that you can go to... the ice makers themselves have been problems on these models as well... 1 year warranty is all they give and usually 1 year 2 days they go out... let me know if i can help anymore [email protected] TEXAS BASED APPLIANCE /HEATING AND AIR COMPANY
Pull the drain hose from the standpipe at the wall and lower it into a bucket. Simple gravity should allow the water to run out of the wash tub. You will need to return the hose to the standpipe and repeat this process several times in order to completely drain it.
Another method is to use a wet/dry shop vac and pull the water directly from the tub.
The problem you describe sounds like a broken lid switch. A washer that fills and stops is a common symptom of a lid switch, or actuator, malfunction.
If you need further assistance, please post back and let me know. I hope this helps you.
The unit has two pressure valves that control release to the drip tray. Once they fail the hot water will go directly to the drip tray when the pressure goes up. The fix will be to replace the pressure valves (pair in series) which only cost about $20. I replaced mine and it fixed the problem. Good luck and happy espressos.
The lid is pulling down by either left or right actuator causing the lid seal touching your tube. In running mode these 2 actuators pulling down the lid to seal the tube so no water leaking. When the cycle is completed, the actuators push the lid up. In this case one of them is bad not pushing the lid up. The actuators are not hard to replace. When you order, it comes with a pair, replace both. Inspect the lid, if the seal is damaged, you can order the lid to replace together.
Hi this is tech crazy the solution to the problem is
You should be able to replace this part yourself. Follow these steps to replace the water actuator:
Unplug the refrigerator to completely disconnect electrical power. Turn off the water supply to the refrigerator.
Remove the drip tray (Key 23 in the image below) from the bottom of the dispenser.
the screws (Key 43) from the bottom of the dispenser module cover (Key
4). NOTE: You model may not have screws at the bottom of the dispenser
cover. If not, push down on the top of the dispenser cover and pry out
on the bottom of the cover with a flat tip screw driver to remove it.
Pull to dispenser module cover up to release the top clips and remove this cover and set it aside.
Remove the screws (Key 17) that are on each side of the dispenser module (Key 8).
pull the dispenser module out slightly from the door. It will have
wires attached. Pay attention to how the water tube and the ice door
assembly are positioned. Pull this module out far enough to remove and
replace your water actuator (Key 24).
trying to bring temp down on the fridge side.first i tryed to just turn the temp up. Waited over night no change. Went back to factory setting,still no change. Fridge still under waranty all ready has a new copressor and invaporator installed by fridgaire. The fridge is only a 03 alittle young to have these problems.
When my repair tech came out, he showed me that the fill tube sometimes retracts toward the rear of the freezer. He simply pulled it forward with a pair of needle nose pliers until it rested in the delivery reservoir. This placement allows the detector to know when the tray is full and shut off; thus not overfilling the freezing tray and/or splashing additional water onto the freezer wall and into the ice cube drawer.
the water tray probably just pulls out and there's screws near the base that comes out. up underneath there should be some screws to take out. thhen the unit comes down and out the front. wires and a hose will be coming out with it.
I had the same problem with my water dispenser and since they were willing to sell me a part but provided no directions and I couldn't locate any I decided to make my own for those who might need them. Here is a link to a PDF I made, hope it helps.