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    • Part Number: AP4440680
    • MFG Part Number: 6501KW2002A
    • Made by: LG
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I get a CE code after the wash completes the washing cycle and it drains out the water, and then when it begins to do the spinning cycle for the rinse the machine alarm goes off and it has the CE code on the screen. I checked for the OHM's reading on all three of the leads to the motor through my Multi Meter and it reads 8.4 OHM's. I am not sure if this is the correct reading for the motor. Could you please assist me with your knowledge as to what may be the problem, and for the solution to this problem. Thanks, I now await for your response.

Richard for Model Number WM2077CW

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At wash cycle start, the tub begins filling with water. After about 2 minutes, it attempts to turn the tub one-way, then the other. As it is trying to turn, it moves a degree or two and stops as if it has met resistance. After a minute or two of this it stops and error message LE is displayed. Note-the tub does turn easily by hand, either direction. I doubt this has any bearing, but the unit makes a noise as it is attempting to turn CCW. The noise most resembles the sound of a copper water pipe system just barely turned on-like water flowing. It makes little noise as it attempts to turn CW. I've unplugged the unit and left it unplugged for 2-3 minutes and turned the tub 3-4 revolutions in each direction, with no perceivable difference in effort. This seemingly began with no warning. Update: I have now removed the rear cover and can freely turn the drum. I do see reddish/rust colored dust at the 5 & 7 o’clock positions on the metal plate, which is secured by numerous bolts to the rear of the plastic drum. I see no visible damage to rotor or stator. The stator has @ 8.5 ohms on the three wires, checking from one to another. The rotor had a very slight dust on it but otherwise appeared OK. When a cycle is started, and if I anticipate the direction the drum will turn next and start it turning by hand, it will pick up on its own. Otherwise, when it attempts to turn, it “locks down” as if held by some force (magnetic, I suppose). I do see reddish/rust colored dust at the 5 & 7 o’clock positions on the metal plate, which is secured by numerous bolts to the rear of the plastic drum. Thanks for your help!

L.g. for Model Number LG WM2277HW

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At wash cycle start, the tub begins filling with water. After @ 2 minutes, it attempts to turn the tub one way, then the other. As it is trying to turn, it moves a degree or two and stops as if it has met resistance. After a minute or two of this it stops and error message LE is displayed. Note-the tub does turn easily by hand, either direction. I doubt this has any bearing, but the unit makes a noise as it is attempting to turn CCW. The noise most resembles the sound of a copper water pipe system just barely turned on-like water flowing. It makes little noise as it attempts to turn CW. I've unplugged the unit and left it unplugged for 2-3 minutes and turned the tub 3-4 revolutions in each direction, with no perceivable difference in effort. This seemingly began with no warning. I am about to pull the unit away from wall and pull back off to try and shed more light on situation as I'm guessing the issue may be related to the motor or its components. Thanks for your help!

LG Tromm-2005 for Model Number LG WM2277HW 2005 model

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I purchased this washing machine a bit over two years ago. I am receiving error code "LE". I have tried unplugging it and rebooting; rotating the drum four turns slowly by hand 4 times in both directions; draining it and cleaning the filter. Nothing has worked. Online advice seems to suggest the hall sensor. If you have any thoughts, I'd appreciate hearing from you.

Jonathan F for Model Number LG WM2240C

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How come it stop spinning after rinsing. It is also making a noise during rinse cycle?

Ron for Model Number LG WM3677HW

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Is this part easy to change on my own? Or do I need a professional repair person to change it?

Mark for Model Number wm2032hw

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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?

Brian for Model Number LG WM2277HW

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The machine sometimes washes and never spins making a loud grinding type noise until I shut it off.

Marc for Model Number Tromm

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I have a LG washer that is giving a LE error. I have had the Hall replaced twice but after a month or so the error returns. I am looking to replace the Stator next to try to resolve the error. I wanted to check to see if the Stator part is the same for both models since I'm not 100% sure which model I have?

Cc for Model Number wm2277h or wm2077cw

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My problem is the same as the latest on your list about the LE code on the LG Tromm washer, it spun to one side once, to the other side once, then just sat and made a noise the length of a rotation. Would the solution to my problem be the same as for a WM2077CM? Thanks

Carole for Model Number WM2277HW

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