Question about LG WM1814CW Front Load Washer
Yes, I am having the dreaded LE problem with my 2 year old WM1814CW and I read most of the solutions and I am ready to fix it myself.
The problem is I don't know the exact part to order.
On the service manual of WM1814CW, sensor assembly is 6501FA2462C.
But most of you guys are talking about 6501KW2002A.
And I learned that in fact those two are not the same thing.
Which sensor assembly do I order for WM1814CW?
I was wondering if anyone knows the "HAL Sensor" Part Number for LG Model No: WM2432HW
Posted on Mar 05, 2008
I use a 24" flat bladed screw driver with a square shank. Jamb driver into vent slot next to wider blade on rotor and hold screw driver as tight to plane of rotor as possible; use socket on a breaker bar on bolt. Those bolts have lock-tight on them so use a big driver that fills the vent slot. Should loosen up. Or, use electric or air powered impact wench.
Posted on Feb 21, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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On most Kenmore front load washers the LE error indicates a LOCKED MOTOR ERROR. This can be caused by:
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