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LG Wash Machine #WM2016CW wont start

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#1 Bradley Aukes

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Posted Today, 08:21 AM

Wash machine powers up. Red LED lit in control in rear left corner.
Select cycle, press start, & no response...
Holiday weekend...ugh!

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#2 Samurai Appliance Repair Man

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Posted Today, 08:27 AM

Will the control enter QC Test Mode?

 

The washer must be empty and the controls must be in the off state.

1. Press the SPIN SPEED and SOIL LEVEL buttons simultaneously.
2. Press the Power            button, while the above condition. Then buzzer will sound twice. 3. Press the Start/Pause            button repeatedly to cycle through the test modes.

 



#3 Bradley Aukes

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Posted Today, 09:56 AM

Tried your suggestion. All lights lit up & remained illuminated. Did not hear two beeps. Screen alternately flashing IU02 then In80. Tried more times with one time seeing tst in the display. Towards last could not get anything when trying test. Thanks & hope this helps.

#4 Bradley Aukes

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Posted Today, 01:04 PM

Does this indicate what may be going on with my device? Any assistance would be appreciated. Thanks.

#5 Samurai Appliance Repair Man

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Posted Today, 04:08 PM

Did you press the Start button to do the various tests? If so, what happened?



#6 Bradley Aukes

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Posted Today, 04:41 PM

Yes I did...no response.

#7 Bradley Aukes

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Posted Today, 04:45 PM

Currently the entire control panel is illuminate but I can get nothing out of the start/pause button. Just alternate flashing IU02 & In 80. While typing this it made a ding sound, lights on right panel went out, display reads 000.

#8 Bradley Aukes

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Posted Today, 04:52 PM

Currently the only light not lit around the dial is cotton/towels. The display reads - - -, the light for the beeper is lit on high, & options is lit on prewas but a dim amber color.

#9 Samurai Appliance Repair Man

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Posted Today, 05:16 PM

Control not reporting error codes and not responding properly to self test mode is a bad control: Part number: EBR32268001

Part number: EBR32268001



#10 Bradley Aukes

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Posted Today, 06:30 PM

Thank you very much. Would it be safe to say that this rules out any issues with the front panel?




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