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nightowlll

Member Since 12 May 2011
Offline Last Active May 12 2011 04:36 PM

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In Topic: LG WM2277 washer

12 May 2011 - 04:36 PM

That plastic piece at the top of the door space is not clogged at all. It distributes the water onto the clothes sufficiently.

It's the baffles on the inner aspect of the drum that aren't spraying any water out with any force. It just seems to be leaking slowly. The small plastic piece at the top of the door gasket seems to be spreading water out fine.

Is it possible that the baffles are clogged?

Thanks,

Oscar

In Topic: LG WM2277 washer

12 May 2011 - 12:41 PM

Also, just to clarify. There are holes on the baffles that weave around the black balls in an "s" type pattern. That is where I have seen water jet out before but it no longer does. It just dribbles out. I can hear a pump running during the wash and rinse cycles but no water jetting, just seeping slowly.

Thanks again,

Oscar

In Topic: LG WM2277 washer

12 May 2011 - 12:31 PM

So, water is not supposed to be sprayed out of those baffles like a jet spray? I thought I remembered seeing them spray water out during the spin cycle in the past but haven'tt seen it working like that in a while and I've tried different settings.

If there was a clog somewhere in the line that supplies those baffles, where could I check for one?

Also, we had used regular powder detergent. Could this have caused a clog somewhere?

Thanks again,

Oscar


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