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LG washer fills & drains, that's it

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Person who roofed our house calls today & says washer fills & drains but does not agitate or spin. Says error code is LE or DE can't remember. I sak if motor/machine is making noise. Reply is nada. I'm thinking door switch, research tells me hall switch.

Any comments?

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Need appliance parts? Call 877-803-7957 now!

model number ?

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Diagnostic and troubleshooting tips for the LE error code in these machines ==> http://fixitnow.com/wp/2010/08/03/the-dreaded-le-error-code-in-lg-washing-machines-diagnosis-troubleshooting-root-causes-and-repair/

Tip: It's usually a bad hall sensor caused from using the wrong type of detergent or too much.

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Don't have the model number, but called my friend about the washer. Told me after I told him to reach down & wiggle jiggle the switch, he slamed the door a couple of times (like kicking the tires) unit worked again. So for now everything is Ok.

I have researched the Hall sensor, but tell me exactly what it does. Is there a way to test them? Doesn't LE code in reality Mean the motor & electronics are not on the same page, I have to figger how to put pages in order.

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