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Fixing an LG Top Load Washer that's DOA and has the Lid Stuck Locked

LG washer top load lid lock stuck DOA noise filter main PCB

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Posted 26 December 2013 - 09:43 AM

This LG washer was Dead on Arrival -- no lights, no beeps, no nuttin'.  To make their joy complete, the lid lock was stuck in the locked position when the control died, stranding the clothes in the wash basket.  Watch with joy and wonder as Samurai Appliance Repair Man liberates the imprisoned clothes and restores the washer to its design function. 
 
 
Here are the parts I replaced to fix this washer:
 
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