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Sensor Assembly

Part Number: AP5673383
MFG Part Number: 6501FA2462E
Made by: LG
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Part Number 6501FA2462E (AP5673383) replaces 6501FA2462C.

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Does this sensor works in the LG Tromm WD 14312RD? If not, what would be the corresponding part for this washer? I get the UE error all the time, but I am sure the washer is balanced. Thanks.

Youssef for Model Number WD14312RD

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*****Need help!! Super challenge******* I have a 5-yr old wm3001hra LG front load washer that is having a balance issue. When it first starts to spin at lower rpm cycles, it sounds terribly out of balance at first making a thump-thump-thump noise as the tub assembly contacts the front panel. It then evens out and spins properly. I have replaced the drum bearings/seal, spider arm and all three shocks with no effect - the drum seems to rotate fine within the tub assembly. The washer is very level on a concrete floor where it has been since day 1. It is very clean and kept in great shape with no apparent signs of hardware failure. There are no errors or out-of balance messages from the control panel. When you look at the tub assembly from the top or rear during the cycles, you can see it lunges forward toward the front panel for the first lower rpm spins before settling out at higher speeds. I need to find out what could possibly be causing this especially with the parts I've replaced. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

SPARKYD1 for Model Number wm3001hra

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I was out of the house when this happened, but the washing machine tripped to the surge protector. When I reset the surge protector the washing machine will no longer turn on or show any sign of life. I confirmed that the outlet is receiving power. Is there a fuse within the washer that may have burned out or another part that could be causing the washing machine to now turn on now.

Tony for Model Number wm0642hw

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My washer has started to shut off with 10 mins left on the cycle. It will begin the spin one way then the other but will not start the final fast spin and then throws up the UE code (even when empty). I have cleaned the drain and looked at everything that I think it could be. Please help

Kristen for Model Number wm1814cw

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Can cause which issue not drying or poor spinning? And what is the vent assembly?

Carlos for Model Number wm3677hw

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Could this sensor effect drying, as in leaving clothes wet but hot or cause poor spin in spin cycle?

Carlos for Model Number wm3677hw

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