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    • Part Number: AP4441122
    • MFG Part Number: 5220FR2008C
    • Made by: LG
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When ever we use a pre-rinse or extra rinse or heavy soiled, we get a 'FE' error and it keeps filling with water and pumping it out. In a previous question from someone else you mention blowing out a hose to the pressure switch could it be that or the valve assembly.

Matt G for Model Number lg wm0642h

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Continue to get an IE message during wash cycle. The cold water trickles into the pre-wash and wash dispensers. The hot water flows just fine. The cold water also flows well into fabric softener dispenser. What is the fix for this?

Mike for Model Number lm1832cw

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Occasionally (1 ou of every 3-4 washes) we get the FE error during the normal rinse cycle before the optional "extra rinse" cycle. Cold water continues to fill the tub and the drain is pumping (but not quite keeping up). If we turn off the washer, the cold water continues to fill the tub and the drain stops. If we shut off the inlet water valve at the wall, and run a spin cycle, once the drain has pumped out all the water and the spin cycle is done; the door unlocks. At this point if we turn on the inlet water valve at the wall again, everything is normal (no running cold water). Since it is not consistently doing this I'm not sure if it is the pressure sensor switch or the inlet value assembly. Which part do you think should be replaced? Thanks!

Bill for Model Number LG WM1832CW

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I got an FE error as the door of my washer gave way and gallons of water and clothes came spilling out. I turned off the power but the water kept running so I had to cut it off at the wall. I'm assuming I need an intake valve (Part #5220FR2008C)? problem part 2: The door will not lock now and I get a DE error. Do I need a Door Lock Switch Assembly (Part #AP4441836)?

Brian for Model Number #WM0532HW

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I have a FE and a PE code on my washer, I recently had a drain back up, could this have caused the error, and would I have to replace both water valves?

Rebecka W for Model Number wm0642hw

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I have an FE fault. How can I tell if it is a hot or cold water valve problem.

Rick for Model Number LG wm0642hw/01

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Washing machine will fill with only a trickle of water like its straining and no code comes up. I checked hoses and screens and all is good.

Steve for Model Number LG-WM1832CW

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OK - It's not the drain hose siphoning back water from the drain as I have taken that out completely, and the inlet filters have been cleaned, but I am still getting water in the tub after the cycle ends - about a gallon every 12 hours. I know that the hot water wall valve does not shut off 100% (though the cold seems to) so is it reasonable to assume that the problem is with the hot water valve assembly inlet in the machine? One more thing - are there 4 solenoids on the cold water valve assembly because I have 4 compartments in the dispenser? Really don't want to buy more parts than I need so would it be a good idea to try to switch around the hoses and see if it still seeps back to determine which valve assembly needs replacing? Thank for all your wonderful help and patience.

Ljsciortino for Model Number WM1832CW

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Is it possible that a heavily clogged connection where the hot water comes in the machine could be the reason why water was seeping back into the tub even after a cycle ended?

Ljsciortino for Model Number WM1832CW

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