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Possibly the circuit breaker failed and cannot be reset.

LG Washing... | Answered on Jun 23, 2019


Hello Johan,
This sounds like the pump has jammed up or the pump has failed. Remove pump and check wether there is anything jamming it up.
also if you put it on a spin cycle check if the pump is humming.
If Yes, there is your problem.
You will need to remove the pump to check that out.
Make sure it iturn freely.


https://www.manualslib.com/manual/645286/Lg-Wf-S1317t.html#product-WF-T1303TP

LG Washing... | Answered on Jun 22, 2019


Hello Chris, Here is a link to the user manual. Hope it is helpful to you, best of luck. JP
https://www.manualslib.com/manual/646080/Lg-Wm2010c-Series.html#product-WM2355C

LG Washing... | Answered on Jun 22, 2019


Hi Glenn,
Here is a link pertaining to your question.
I have also included a video link for the same.
Good luck,
JP
https://www.manualslib.com/manual/1070821/Lg-Wt1201c-Series.html?page=20#manual

https://youtu.be/IaTIbqolt_E

LG WT1101CW Top... | Answered on Jun 22, 2019


Hello,
Here is something that has worked on some lg washers: unplug, wait five minutes, hold in power button for 15 secs, plug back in while holding in power button for another 15 secs, release. a supposed reset to control board.
I have also included a video link that may helpful to you.
Good luck,
JP
https://youtu.be/c2VypxOTExI

LG Washing... | Answered on Jun 21, 2019


Hello Tj Sunday,
The E6 error is telling you that the clutch is causing the error or fault. This fault can happen if a paperclip, nail, coin, or a foreign object is jammed in between the tub and pulsator. To clear the E6 error code on a top load LG washer: Take out all clothing or towels from the washer.
Good Luck,
JP
https://youtu.be/qa6_ViM3xug

LG Washing... | Answered on Jun 21, 2019


Hello Tj,
\The E6 error is telling you that the clutch is causing the error or fault. This fault can happen if a paperclip, nail, coin, or a foreign object is jammed in between the tub and pulsator. To clear the E6 error code on a top load LG washer: Take out all clothing or towels from the washer. https://youtu.be/qa6_ViM3xug

LG Washing... | Answered on Jun 21, 2019


If its flooding when the machine is off and water is still going into the machine, the inlet valves will be the fault. If its flooding when in use, there is a blockage or failure of the pressure switch or the pressure tube. These control the water level in the machine.

LG Washing... | Answered on Jun 16, 2019


This suggests a problem with the motor, the bearings or the suspension rods that hold the tub basket. In some cases, it could be caused by an object between the inner basket and the outer tub. The unit detects too much force on the motor or uneven forces as it spins and slows down even when empty. When there is a load, the washer stops to protect the system.

First try lifting up the inner basket and turning it a small amount. If this is difficult, one or more of the suspension rods and associated hardware should be checked and the damaged parts replaced. Check for and remove foreign objects between the basket and tub. Finally check the motor, motor shaft and bearings to determine which parts need to be replaced if the problem isn't corrected in the above steps.

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells

LG Washing... | Answered on Jun 07, 2019


Probably something fallen out of clothing and catching on the drum.

LG Washing... | Answered on Jun 06, 2019


Remove the top of the washer by removing the 2 retaining screws (phillips head) from the back of the unit & sliding the washer top back about 2" & pulling up. You will see a white detergent dispenser box with several hoses coming off the back in the left front of the unit (this box contains the detergent drawer). The lid to this box is held on by 8 pressure snap clips. You only need to release the 4 snap clips (3 large, 1 small at the rear) on the right side of the box (nearest the washer drum). Pull up on the right side of the lid while pulling out on the detergent drawer. It should come out normally. Do not reassemble until you read below, then reverse the steps to put the washer back together.

The problem will be the "softener" lid (blue). It will not be sitting down in the drawer assembly & will catch on the lid of the white detergent dispenser box. Simply remove the blue lid to avoid future jambs. It only serves to identify the fabric softener recepticle & it keeps fabric softener from splashing around when water enters the system. You may need to remove the entire detergent drawer periodically to clean (push down on the blue thumb indent inside the drawer to release it from the housing).

Hope this keeps you from drilling through the lid & ruining a $23 part, like I did.

LG WD-16115FD... | Answered on Jun 06, 2019


Check belt and belt tension switch.

LG Washing... | Answered on Jun 04, 2019


if it is still under warranty you may wanna check their online customer service representative for home service. If not under warranty then you can do DIY as long as you can follow the disassembly steps and as long as you know some basic electronics testing. Look for the pressure sensor switch. Let it check for its continuity through multimeter. This part can be removed on the machine if you dont know how to test then ask your nearest technician to do the testing.

LG Washing... | Answered on Jun 02, 2019

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