I am getting the LE error code. I tried all the troubleshooting options so it looks like I will purchase this part and try to replace myself. The technician that looked at it said I need to replace the entire rotor assembly as well. Is he pulling my leg? Did the rotor assembly have anything to do with LE error code? He said because I need to replace the rotor as well as the sensor and the "electrical wiring" involved he wants to charge me $550 parts and labor. Am i getting ripped off? Should I attempt to replace sensor on my own first?
While it is a possibility that the rotor could be damaged and causing the sensor to go out, in most cases it is just a failed sensor.
Answered by AppliancePartsPros.com | Tuesday, May 21, 2013