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LG LDR7811 dishwasher.. error code 1e


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#1 tony1628

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Posted 26 June 2005 - 08:56 AM

I just install this dishwasher and keep getting the 1e error. which said.."CHeck clogging or water inlet hose (or twist of freezing). I ran a stainless flexible line to the water inlet. I make sure there is no twist or kink in the line. I checked the water coming out from the water line and it has no obstrution at all.. (in fact , got half the kitchen wet)
The washer is brand new.. should I replace the stainless water line with copper???? I hate to call LG service...
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Posted 26 June 2005 - 10:31 AM

Let me see if I can pull the service manual on this and get back to you...meanwhile make sure the flood switch in one of the front corners is not stuck in the up position..
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