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  1. Hi Guys, I have a 10 year old LG WM3431HS. I got a dHE code. Researched a bit on the internet and found that cleaning the lint out of the duct usually fixes the problem. Sure enough the duct was caked full of lint. I cleaned it all out, put it all together and still get the dHE code. I followed the service manual diagnostics. Fuse is good, Thermistors are good, Thermostat is good. Heater is good. I'm not getting 120VAC at the heater, which the service manual says is the main board. I bought a new main board, replaced it and still no change... I've also manually tested the heater by hooking it up to 120V and it works great. Is there some element I am missing here, or some component that is failed that is causing the main board not to send power to the heater? I feel like a fuse is blown or something is causing this error. I've been working on this for a couple of weeks and I'm really close to just calling a service guy. Part of me wonders if the service guy will have any more luck... Thanks for any help!! -Charles M
  2. I have a LG top load washer, model WT1101CW, bought new in 2013. Recently I have started getting an OE drain error which stops the machine during the rinse or spin cycles. The machine **does** drain and will restart after the error if I pause it, open the lid, and resume the cycle. But it will just keep throwing OE errors until I give up and take the somewhat-too-damp clothes outside to dry in the Florida sun. I've checked the drain hoses, they are not blocked, but there was some water in the bottom of the drain hoses. I also removed the black hose connecting the pump to the exterior drain hose and felt around inside the pump. I couldn't feel any lint buildup or foreign object blocking the pump. I noted that the impeller felt stiff, and didn't want to spin freely in either direction. I could get it to spin by pushing it, but it took some force. Does it sound like the drain pump needs to be replaced? Or is this more likely to be a control board issue? Thanks!
  3. 909 downloads

    DLGX3361 Page 3 DLG2141 / DLG1320 / DLG2101 / DLG2011 Page 4 DLEX3360 Page 6 DLE2140 Page 8 LSDG389 / DLGX3886 / DLGX3876 Page 10 LSDE388 / DLEX3885 / DLEX3875 / DLEX3485 Page 11 DLG5002 / DLGX5102 / DLGX2502 Page 12 DLE5001 / DLEX5101 / DLEX2501 Page 13 DLE2512 / DLE2514 / DLE2515 Page 14 DLGX2802 / DLGX3002 Page 16 DLEX2801 / DLEX3001 Page 17 DLG2302 / DLG5966 / DLG2526 /DLG2151 / DLG2051 Page 18 DLE2301 / DLE5955 /DLE2516 / DLE3733 / DLE2150 / DLE2050 / DLE2240 / DLE2512 / DLE8377 / DLE7177 Page 20 DLGX7188 / DLGX8388 Page 21 DLG0452 / DLG6952 / DLG6955 / DLG2555 / RN1307 Page 23 DLE0442 / DLE6942 / DLE5944 / DLE2544 / RV1307 Page 24 DLEX7177 / DLEX8377 Page 26 DLG59114 / DLG2511 / DLG5932 / DLG2532 / DLG0332 Page 27 DLE5911 / DLE2511 / DLE5932 / DLE2532 / DLE0332 Page 28 DLE1310 / DLE2000 Page 30 DLE5977 / DLE3977 Page 31 DLG5988 / DLG3788 Page 32 DLEV833 / DLEC733 Page 33 DLEC855 Page 34 DLEX3885 / DLEX3875 Page 35 DLGX3886 / DLGX3876 Page 36 DLE2601 / DLE2701 Page 37 DLG2602 Page 38 Error Codes Page 39
  4. 1,017 downloads

    LG French Door Refrigerator Service Manual MODEL: LFX25960ST LFX21960ST LFX25960SW LFX21960SW LFX25960SB LFX21960SB LFX25960TT LFX21960TT COLOR: TITANIUM WESTERN BLACK SUPER WHITE STAINLESS P/No. 3828JL8795A APR., 2006 Printed in Korea
  5. Version 1.0.0

    293 downloads

    @Son of Samurai's handwritten training notes from technical training sessions at ASTI 2018 in St. Petersburg. From his earballs to your eyeballs! Technical sessions attended: Dacor cooking Whirlpool refrigeration and cooking LG technical Samsung refrigeration Whirlpool laundry Sub-Zero IC and IT units Bosch cooking GE refrigeration
  6. 48 downloads

    MODELS: LSC5683WW LSC5683WB LSC5683WS P/NO : MFL38379704
  7. LG DLEX7700VE LG DLGX7701VE Dryer Service Manual View File PUB MFL62119986 Submitter Samurai Appliance Repair Man Submitted 01/30/2019 Category Appliance Repair Manual Pot Luck Supper  
  8. LG LRE30453ST Range Service Manual View File PUB MFL37118303 Submitter Vance R Submitted 02/24/2022 Category Appliance Repair Manual Pot Luck Supper  
  9. Version 1.0.0

    68 downloads

    PUB MFL37118303
  10. Hello - my LG refrigerator linear compressor does not turn on (LG fma102nbma). When I checked the resistance across the three compressor pins I had zero, zero, and 16.6 ohms. Does 16.6 ohms indicate a malfunction? I was expecting a value like 7.5 ohms from information from the web.
  11. Samurai Appliance Repair Man

    LG Titan Washer Training: Removing the Door Boot

    From the album: LG Titan Washer Training Material

    The inner and outer removal tools make this job a snap and well-worth the money. Outer removal tool: http://www.repairclinic.com/PartDetail/Spring-Removal-Tool/383EER4001A/1268535 Inner removal tool: http://www.repairclinic.com/PartDetail/Spring-Removal-Tool/383EER4004A/1318289
  12. Hello, I have a LG washing machine WT4801CW. The air hose between the tub and the pressure switch disconnects from the tub, resulting in the machine stopping, showing IE, and flooding the laundry room. I have reconnected it to the tub nipple using the small metal clamp, but every few weeks it disconnects again. Is there a way to get this air hose to stay connected ? Thank you !
  13. Version 1.0.0

    47 downloads

    MODELS: LFX23965SW /02 LFX23965ST /02 LFX23965SB /02
  14. Version 1.0.0

    1,191 downloads

    PUB MFL37554814
  15. Version video MP4

    354 downloads

    LG FL Washer Door Lock dE and dL Error Code Troubleshooting Training video
  16. I am having troubles with my LG LDS5540ST dishwasher. The internal heating element, 5301DD1001G, burned out (no continuity but also no visible signs of damage). I've replaced it twice. Each time within the first wash cycle it burns out (no continuity). I've tested each unit prior to installation (and also before operation once installed) and both were good but almost immediately both burned out. Again, there was no visible sign of damage to the heating elements-- just no continuity when I checked with a meter. The water is on and (at least) initially the water is being heated. Then the element burns out. The dishwasher display the HE error code. Additional information that may be helpful: About 9 months ago the entire dishwasher stopped working with a burning smell. Upon investigation I found burned/melted connectors on the main assembly board. It looked to me like a connector wire had become loose and caused arcing. While charred and melted at specific connectors, the rest of the board itself appeared to be okay to my untrained eye. I was not able to determine where/how to purchase replacement connectors for the wiring harness (just the complete $100 wire harness), so just replaced the melted connectors with new female spade connectors instead. That solved the problem. The dishwasher powered up and worked well for at about 8 months. Then the heating element went out (and dishwasher displayed the HE code). Any thoughts on where to go from here? My thoughts: 1. Perhaps the main assembly board (EBR73739203) has gone bad (due to the previous damage over time?) and is burning out the heating element. 2. The wire harness (EAD61906701) is bad (maybe my spliced in connectors are causing some resistance but I'm not sure how that would cause the heating element to burn out -- and burn out within a few minutes). I don't see anything broken (again to my untrained eye) If the main assembly board and wire harness were not so expensive I'd just replace them and one more heating element, but that puts the cost around $230-$290 (plus what I've already spent) and I'm not sure replacing both of those will solve the problem anyway. Plus replacing the entire wiring harness looks like quite a time-consuming pain (I wish there were a source for just the connectors on the wire harness) Cost is unfortunately a significant factor for me. For reference I have included a couple pictures of the main assembly board in case it (or my previous repair work) may be an issue. The first picture is how it looked prior to my repair 9 months ago and the other is a recent picture of what it looks like now (including the repair I made 9 months ago). Any assistance you can provide would be greatly appreciated. Does anyone have any recommendations on what should I do from here or what would be causing heating elements to keep burning out? Thank you in advance for any help you can provide!
  17. Version 1.0.0

    1,386 downloads

    MODELS: LDF8874ST LDF8764ST LDF7774ST/WW/BB LDS5774ST LDT9965BD PUB MFL37554813
  18. Version 1.0.0

    765 downloads

    Models: 795.74022 795.74023 795.74024 795.74025 795.74029 No PUB number
  19. Samurai Appliance Repair Man

    LG Dishwasher Tech Goodie Bag

    182 downloads

    LG Dishwasher Tech Goodie Bag - Tech sheets for all LG dishwashers - Service manual for all LG dishwasher models
  20. LG WM3987HW QC mode change Service Bulletin View File QC mode change PUB M20090214 for WWM20090214, WM0642HW, WM2044CW, WM0001HTMA, WM3001HWA, WM3001HRA, WM3001HPA, WM2801HWA, WM2801HRA, WM2801HLA, WM2601HW, WM2601HR, WM2688HWM, WM2688HNM, WM2688HWM, WM2688HNM, WM2688HCM, WM2487HWM, WM2487HRM, WM2688HWMA, WM2688HNMA, WM2688HRMA, WM2487HWMA, WM2487HRMA, WM2487HSMA, WM3988HWMA, WM3987HW, WM2496HWM, WM2496HSM, WM2455HW, WM2455HG, WM2455HS, WM2355CW, WM2355CG, WM2455CS, WM2301HW, WM2301HR, WM2301HS, WM2233HW, WM2233HS, WM2233HU, WM2233HD, WM2101HW, WM2101HS, WM2133CW, WM2233CS, WM2233CU, WM2016CW Submitter Vance R Submitted 03/08/2021 Category Appliance Repair Manual Pot Luck Supper  
  21. Version 1.0.0

    573 downloads

    QC mode change PUB M20090214 for WWM20090214, WM0642HW, WM2044CW, WM0001HTMA, WM3001HWA, WM3001HRA, WM3001HPA, WM2801HWA, WM2801HRA, WM2801HLA, WM2601HW, WM2601HR, WM2688HWM, WM2688HNM, WM2688HWM, WM2688HNM, WM2688HCM, WM2487HWM, WM2487HRM, WM2688HWMA, WM2688HNMA, WM2688HRMA, WM2487HWMA, WM2487HRMA, WM2487HSMA, WM3988HWMA, WM3987HW, WM2496HWM, WM2496HSM, WM2455HW, WM2455HG, WM2455HS, WM2355CW, WM2355CG, WM2455CS, WM2301HW, WM2301HR, WM2301HS, WM2233HW, WM2233HS, WM2233HU, WM2233HD, WM2101HW, WM2101HS, WM2133CW, WM2233CS, WM2233CU, WM2016CW
  22. MAnual and tech sheet needed thx
  23. This LG refrigerator was DOA- warm inside, no compressor operation, no lights, no nuttin'. Found a blown fuse on the main control board. What took out the fuse: bad board or just a spike on the power line? I show how to check for that. The fuses on these LG boards are soldered in and not easily replaceable. But a new fuse can be installed and I show how to do that without even having to remove the board, while it's still installed in the refrigerator. Learn appliance repair at http://mastersamuraitech.com
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