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    • Part Number: AP5673383
    • MFG Part Number: 6501FA2462E
    • Made by: LG
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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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Is this the hall effect sensor? If not what is the part number for the hall effect senor?

Travis for Model Number VM1832CW

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We had a problem with a UE error a few years ago. The tech replaced a sensor and the problem went away. We are getting the UE error again. The machine is level (front to back & side to side). I have adjusted the load (clothes in the dryer-small load, big load...) multiple times. I keep getting UE. If i remove all clothes, it gets thru the cycle. Is it a bad sensor, or just the clothes bunching up?

Jeff for Model Number WM1832CW

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I have previously asked about sensors for the LE CODE; which sensor is the most common repair for this problem; the code points to a motor overload problem...just want to have it fixed...is it the hall balance sensor? Mike

Mike for Model Number WM0532HW

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The le code comes on after the drum fills with water for a load; What does the Sensor Assembly do?(#AP4440678) ....How do you know that it is the problem...Is it a surge safety sensor or what?

Mike for Model Number WM0532HW

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Does this part (AP4440678) include the Bracket Assembly that mounts to the Lower Rear Cabinet. If not, do you know the part number? Also, I need instructions on how to test the part for Continutiy/Ohm's (include which terminal pin's to check if more than 2 pin's on part)?

Robin for Model Number WM2277HW

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I am getting error UE and the washer will not spin, it will stay on 10 minutes for a while then error out. I removed the rear panel and found the sensor. When I move the sensor I can hear the ball bearing inside rattling around, this this normal? Second I have manually moved the sensor during this time frame and nothing happen the machine did not error out but it did complete the cycle, so is it the sensor or something totally different?

Tj for Model Number LG WM1814CW

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