Washing machine won't switch from rinse cycle to spin cycle. Keeps trying to fill with cold water.
Answer Hello Cook. It sounds like the unit is siphoning out the water in the unit. Check and make sure there is only 6" of drain hose in the drain pipe. Also, make sure the drain pipe is 36" off the floor in height. You will need to check and make sure the drain hose has an air gap going into the drain pipe. If it is air tight, it will siphon.
I have an LG washer that doesn't want to go to the next step after it's supposed to detect the clothes. It get stuck on the "detecting" part. Any advice on what part may need to be replaced?
The most likely cause of the unit being stuck on the detecting part of the cycle would be a faulty pressure switch. You will want to check the pressure hose to make sure there are no clogs and if this checks ok then you will want to replace the pressure switch 6601ER1006G.
My lg washer, wm2487hwm has a problem where the liquid detergent is not completely removed from the dispenser during a cycle. I've had the washer for 5 years.
Answer Hello Dex. If the water valve 5220FR2008F is not letting in enough water to remove all the detergent, you will need to replace the water valve on the unit. Hope this helps.
I do not have washer apart-it leaks water into drum when sitting (will fill up) so I was going to order both a hot and cold inlet valve. Is AP4445613 one valve and AP4441935, the other. Thanks
Answer Hi Tim. We see what you mean by the diagram. It is a water valve failure as you presumed. The only way you can tell between the to valves is to shut of one at a time to see the culprit. Do you have a fault code? The hot water is the inside left one. It should read .8 -to- 1.2 k ohms. It Is part # 5220FR2006H. The cold valve is the one on the rt. part # is 5220FR2008F. Thank you.