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How to troubleshoot an LG front load washer with no display or power

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Remove the Top Cover of the washer.

Trace/follow the *plug* inside the washer---to the Electrical Noise Filter (6201EC1006L)

Pull off the *white* plug---use a test meter to check for 120V at the *white* plug (if no power---the fault is outside of the washer)

Re-connect the *white* plug back into the Noise Filter

Pull off the *pink* plug from the Noise Filter---test for 120V at the **Noise Filter** (NOT at the pink plug)

If no 120V at the Noise Filter---replace it.

If 120V is measured at the Noise Filter---replace the Main Board (EBR64144911)

Source: LG front load washer, no power