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Switch Assm.,sensor S

Part Number: AP4440713
MFG Part Number: 6601ER1006E
Made by: LG
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Part Number 6601ER1006E (AP4440713) replaces 6601EN1005B, 1268256, AH3529317, EA3529317, PS3529317.

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What dose Fault Code EF indicate is Wrong with Washer

Gerald for Model Number WM2277HW

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Replaced a defective cold water valve and now a different problem has surfaced. The load will start properly, valves open/shut properly, can shut off by turning power or pause, then 5-6 minutes into the cycle the water continually runs and can only be shut off by turning off the water at the source. Been through the cycles twice the first time a FE code was displayed, the second time system was shut down before letting the system code. Need direction on what to check to resolve problem. Thanks

Kyle for Model Number WM2277HW

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My LG washer, model WM2650HWA, will not automatically drain the inlet water from the tub. The machine stays in the "Washing" cycle and, while agitating, continues to fill up over half the tub. During this the "estimated time remaining" never changes. I can get the tub to drain by continually putting it in the first part of the "Spin Only" cycle. After some researched I've cleared out all possible inlet and outlet hoses and drain filter, checked I have correct specs on the drain hose and pipe including an air-gap, and unplugged and restarted the machine. I've also taken the top off and cleaned out the pressure hoses. No luck with any attempts thus far. With all that, is it the pressure switch that is faulty? Could there be another part that has gone bad? Appreciate the help

Jj J for Model Number WM2650HWA

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