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LG Top Load Washer - No Power Unit Dead

Samurai Appliance Repair Man

Troubleshooting flowchart for an LG top load washer that's completely dead.



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To the Dojo,

Washer WT7700HWA dead. I measured 120VAC from line filter to the PCB, and replaced the board. I thought I heard a pop.

Per this post, I checked and measured 120VAC from black to white on incoming power relays. I read .6-.7VDC at the UI connector, pins 1-4, 1-6, and 1-7.

Critical comments, snide remarks?

Thanks in advance,

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Good question, Red, but I just wanted to point out that asking it as a comment to an image in the Gallery isn't the best place for it. Consider starting a new topic in the Kitchen forum.

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