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Bhudda454

Member Since 06 Jul 2013
Offline Last Active Jul 12 2013 03:15 PM

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In Topic: LG WM2277HS spin and UE code issues

11 July 2013 - 09:46 PM

Reporting back as promised..

Samurai. Thanks for the guidance and asssit. My Tromm is back on full service duty and washing clothes. The BALL Sensor fixed it right away. As stated, I don't plan on returning other parts to repairclinix, but do plan on sharing this forum and their page by name if anyone asks for help.

Keep up the solid work and again thanks so very much.

In Topic: LG WM2277HS spin and UE code issues

08 July 2013 - 01:22 PM

Thanks Samurai, I think that is awesome of them to stand behind the product like that.

 

I won't return them though, it isn't their fault I am diagnosing the long form way. I can just save the original parts as spares against future catastrophe. Who knows, with the new and improved ones installed maybe the machine will actually work better too. Especially now that the drum is clean and will stay that way knowing the PROPER amount of detergent is being used.

 

I will report back once the new BALL Sensor shows and I get it installed. Hopefully it will be all good to go.


In Topic: LG WM2277HS spin and UE code issues

08 July 2013 - 08:06 AM

I hope we are correct and this fixes it. Given it shows signs of having been wet, and the washer performs all functions up to that point. I am certain this should be it. Anything else would seemingly cause other issues or prevent other steps.

Replacing the ball sensor should take care of the problem.   I have not seen the main board cause this problem but if the problem remains after replacing both the ball sensor (and assuming the back panel isn't bent) and hall sensor, then what else can it be?  

 

I might be confusing something in the bold. The panel is not "Bent"  like from repeated hits, but more formed that way from factory. It is not just near the area of the BALL sensor though. It is majority of rear panel. Kicks out to allow room for stator ring more than anything.


In Topic: LG WM2277HS spin and UE code issues

07 July 2013 - 01:52 PM

No such luck. Still coded out with the "UE".

In Topic: LG WM2277HS spin and UE code issues

07 July 2013 - 01:22 PM

Ok, got it removed from the sheetmetal, which all looks to be as original shaped. I noticed that the "ball" rattled very freely even with signs of moisture and corrosion from the previous water leak on the springs. I currently have it mounted flat on the wall and running another "Rinse & Spin" cycle to redneck check it for function.

Hopefully this gets it working and I can order the replacement.

Are there any recommended service techs for the 77380 zipcode if not? I can't do three weeks without the washer while I try to fix, or HH6 is liable to veto me.


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