LG Front Load Washer Troubleshooting

1. Error Code “CE”
There has been an overcurrent in the motor’s electrical circuit. This was probably caused by a short circuit, a loose wire, a ground fault or by a power surge. Restart your washer by disconnecting it from electricity. Wait for at least 10 seconds and plug your machine back to start a new cycle.

2. Error Code “PE”
Water level sensor error. Disconnect your machine from electricity and wait at least 10 seconds before plugging it back again. If the problem persists your water level sensor might be damaged and needs to be replaced.

3. Error Code “CL”
The child-lock is set to active, the control panel is disabled. To deactivate the child-lock, press the child-lock button and hold it for at least 3 seconds.

4. Error Code “dE”
The door was not locked properly. Disconnect your machine from electricity and reset it by pressing and holding the “Start/Pause” button for at least 5 seconds. Reconnect your machine and gently close the door. If the problem persists, your door latch might be damaged and needs to be replaced.

5. Error Code “dE1”
The door cannot lock properly. Disconnect your machine from electricity and wait at least 10 seconds before plugging it back again. Make sure that the door is closed and locked properly. If the problem persists your door latch might be damaged and needs to be replaced.

6. Error Code “dE2”
The door is closed but cannot be locked. Disconnect your machine from electricity and wait at least 10 seconds before plugging it back again. Make sure that the door is closed and locked properly. If the problem persists your door latch might be damaged and needs to be replaced.

7. Error Code “FE”
The washer is overfilled. Disconnect your machine from electricity and close all water taps. Check your water valve for any damage. In case the water valve seems to be undamaged, start your machine and press the “Spin Speed” button and select “No Spin”. Press “Start/Pause” to drain your washer and restart your cycle. In case the problem persists, replace the water valve.

8. Error Code “IE”
The washer cannot fill. Check your taps, hoses, and valves for damages or clogs and replace the parts accordingly.

9. Error Code “LE”
The motor was locked. This can be caused by overloading. Disconnect your machine from electricity and reset it by pressing and holding the “Start/Pause” button for at least 5 seconds. If the problem persists, reduce the load and start a new cycle.

10. Error Code “OE”
The washer cannot drain. Check your drain pump filter, drain hose and standpipe for any possible clog or kink and replace or fix accordingly.

11. Error Code “tE”
Thermistor error. Disconnect your machine from electricity and wait for at least 10 seconds before plugging it back. Start your machine and press the “Spin Speed” button and select “No Spin”. Press “Start/Pause” to drain your washer and restart your cycle. In case the problem persists, replace the thermistor.

12. Error Code “UE”
Unbalanced load. The washer became unbalanced by the small wash load, mixed fabric load, or bulky load filled. Redistribute the load manually or reduce it and restart the cycle.

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