My lg tromm washing machine had a inlet valve leak
Michael W. • East Point, GA • July 02, 2014
My Repair & Advice
It was easy, mostly because LG designed the case to be easily disassembled so that the interior could be seen and reached easily. Everything was accessible and visible. I found the leak, identified the part, and went to AppliancePartsPros.com, where I just entered my model and looked for the part in the list provided. I was incredibly pleased to see that a 'how to' video was right on the page to order the part. I watched the helpful video, and ordered the part. My third pleasant surprise was that the NORMAL SHIPPING option said it would take 5 to 7 business days, but my part arrived just 2 days later. Wow, that was fast. In less than 15 minutes I had the part replaced and the washing machine re-assembled (just four screws - two for the part, and two to re-attach the top of the case). It worked perfectly and was the easiest washing machine repair I have ever done. Thanks AppliancePartsPros!!!!!!! You guys ROCK!