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    • Part Number: AP4438603
    • MFG Part Number: 4681EA2002H
    • Made by: LG
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AP4438603 Motor pump assembly has a rubber gasket. How do I find out the size for a replacement gasket? Motor is fine but gasket is deteriorated and can't be used for sizing a replacement in person at a hardware store. Thanks.

Wayne W. for Model Number WM2688HNM

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Hi The dishwasher is leaking from below and will not drain properly. Prior to this it was making a loud noise. I am assuming it is the drain pump, but would like to make sure I am ordering the correct part.I found part # AP4438603, and read in the reviews there was a video available. Please advise. Thanks Robert

Robert for Model Number LDF7920st

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I have an LG Washer WM0642HW, it is no longer draining and is making a noise when the machine attempts to drain. We have cleaned and check all hoses and filters. This still does not fix the issue. I see there are two possible replacement parts, but I am unsure as to which one is the correct one to purchase. . Can you offer some guidance? The part numbers in question are the 4681EA2001T or the 4681EA2002H. What are the differences and which would best fix the machine? Thanks

Kelly for Model Number WM0642HW

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We keep getting an LE error code approx. 2 min into a wash cycle, or when we do a rinse only. I have to turn the power off, and then restart the rinse cycle again to pump the water out. As soon as the water is pumped out, I shut the power off. Is my problem with the Motor Pump, or possibly another part? I have checked the wiring, and it appears to be alright. Thanks for your help. Kent

Kent for Model Number LDS5811WW

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This washer/dryer all in one (not a stack or 2-peice unit) will not drain after wash cycle just makes a odd sound. Most likely drain pump, does this unit have 2 pumps ? If so should I replace both? Its 3- maybe 4 years old. Please advise.. I know this is an unusual machine..........Thanks much

William for Model Number LG WM3988HWA

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I get an eo error when goes into rinse spin cycle . It does not spin or drain just sits there. I do here a noise like stones turning, however, took pump assembly out and do not know which is bad the assembly has 2 pumps 1 for drainage and 1 for circulation. From info given can you tell me I have inspecter hoses and both pumps have no debree in them as I can tell.

Rob for Model Number wm2487hwm

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Hello - The bottom rack of my dishwasher is not cleaning and the soap dispenser is opening but not being cleaned out. I checked the spray arm- it is clean and moving freely. The filter is pretty dirty- but would that be causing the problem? Thanks

Liza for Model Number LDF6920ST

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Hello, It looks that the pump for my washer is broke. The motor still works, but there's a noise coming from the pump when it's on and, obviously, it doesn't evacuate water. The water still goes through the pump, regardless if it's on or off. Please, can you help me locate the right pump for my washer? Many thanks, Victor

Victor for Model Number LG Intellowasher 2.6 WF-T 8501TP

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Can you confirm that 4681EA2002H recirculating pump replaces 4681EA2001S and will fit on the LG wm3677hw washer/dryer combo? Ours looks like it has the older 4681EA2001S on it currently. The existing part has a plastic cover/shield on it that is not shown in any of the pictures for either part. Do you think that will fit over 4681EA2002H, or is it unnecessary?

Mike for Model Number wm3677hw

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I hooked everything up, water no leaks, drain all tight, electric tucked away, in place and all level. Water valves open, I try all the different cycles, yet NO WATER. Do I need a new pump? Is that a simple part swap? I hear the motor humming, yet no water. No kinks in the lines. This unit is about 5 years old, the last 18 months it was in storage in my shed, cold and hot PA.

Greg for Model Number LG on the door says 3850DD3006J

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