My error was when the machine went into spin.
the resolve was to dis-connect the water hoses at the back of the machine. Pull out the screens (Blue = cold, red=hot) inside the hose connector on the back of the washing machine. Clean out the screens (I have a lot of iron in my well water, so this screen does get clogged). Once I cleaned these screens there was a noticable difference to the amount of water entering the soap dispenser when the machine was started. This fixed the problem.
Thermal overload protection circuit in the motor has been tripped. Let the motor cool down for 1/2 an hour then restart the cycle. If the error code is still there you should unplug the machine and have it serviced.
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Hi Jilu, The link below is a list of error codes for your washing machine..... CHEERS..
LG Washing Machine Error Code = LE
LG Washer Error = Drive Motor Locked Error
CHECK / REPAIR / FIX = Check the wire harness connections on the motor and the hall sensor (tachometer). Repair any wiring issues. If the wiring connections check good then check for damaged motor components. Replace if needed. If motor is good the replace the hall sensor.
On LG Washers the code LE is for motor overload protection.
Ensure that you are not overloading washer, make sure to clean pump by draining at little door at lower left corner(check manual for instructions), unplug for 30 minutes to reset, now try running cycle again. if it fails again something else is causing the motor to work to hard and will require a professional.