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9 yr old destroys LG Model: LDF6810ST/01 Serial:703KWLR02864 Parts like new 3 month old unit.


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#1 bcippola

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Posted 08 May 2010 - 07:25 AM

LG Dishwasher parts  Model: LDF6810ST/01  
    Serial:703KWLR02864

Part Description Part #   Retail/My price +Shipping

float        part# 4769DD2001A   32/20
lower rack   part# 3751DD1006A 107/45
upper rack   part# 3751DD1005A   88/45
nozzle       part# 5249DD1001A      10/6
nozzle       part# 5249DD2001A      10/6  
utensil basket part# 5005DD1001A    28/15
cover or door assembly  part# 3551DD1003F    119/60
dispenser   part# 4924FD2123E      48/25
control panel assembly part# AGL32599306      148/80 
PCB Main    part# 6871DD1006M    118/65
PCB part# 6871DD2001F    71/5
PCB      part# 6871DD2002D    59/27
latch      part# 4027ED3002A    28/10
sump assembly    part# AJH31248604      143/75

Discount on more items ya take.
         
         
Obviously small parts such as float, nozzle, dispenser should be $6 shipping at most.

Make me an offer on whole package if ya want and we will figure out shipping $$

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#2 Samurai Appliance Repair Man

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Posted 08 May 2010 - 08:23 AM

But, you're leaving out the best part! You have to tell us how this talented child managed to wreak such devastation.

#3 bcippola

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Posted 08 May 2010 - 08:56 AM

oh I forgot lol. Got a hold of some needle nose and and was trying to pull out door gasket as customer states :shock:

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Posted 14 May 2010 - 03:10 AM

lowered prices nee to clear garage...

#5 KurtiusInterupptus

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Posted 14 May 2010 - 11:50 AM

LG DW??? he did you a tremendous favor...
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#6 Scottthewolf

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Posted 14 May 2010 - 08:42 PM

I agree with Kurtius, I hate working on these dishwashers with a passion.  I've had to replace a door assembly, complete wiring harness, pump and motor assembly AND an electronic control on  2 of these pieces of junk just because of the sound insulation they use on the door that imbeds the wiring in the insulation, then every time the door is opened and closed it stretches the wiring and then breaks.  Last one we did LG sent the customer the parts for free and we installed it and LG paid us a mere $125 to do this job which took me close to 4 hours to do.

I am totally sick of being a slave to the manaufacturers doing their stinking warranty work for almost half our normal COD rates, especially foreign manufacturers where the profits go overseas. 
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#7 bcippola

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Posted 16 May 2010 - 04:55 AM

Yes they are a pain in the *&%

Need to get this stuff out of my garage though :) all this for $85 shipped.


dispenser part# 4924FD2123E
control panel assembly part# AGL32599306
PCB Main part# 6871DD1006M
PCB part# 6871DD2001F
PCB part# 6871DD2002D
latch part# 4027ED3002A

#8 telefunkenu47

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Posted 23 May 2010 - 04:05 AM

That is why I refuse to work on this stuff. Why reinforce the buyers learning experience? If not they'll just keep going back to LowesmcDepot and buying this offshore crap. At least I have relatives in Finley OH building the tall tubs, which is a good enough platform for me to keep running and make a few bucks in the process. Ill keep changing heaters and wash motors(made by LG of course) and help a few americans out in the process. With that having been said, you couldnt take my bosch away from my wife with a gun to her head. Of course my two german shepards might have something to say about that as well. If been doing this waay too long! I think need a hug. :)
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