How do I reset a LG washer with a Le code?
To reset the washer, unplug it and press the Start/Pause button for five seconds before plugging it back in. The LE code can indicate that the washer has been overloaded; large loads and bulky items can strain the motor. Remove a few items from the washer to reduce the load size and restart the cycle.
What does UE stand for on LG washer?
How do I empty the water from my LG washing machine?
(See image below) Put your empty bucket (or dish since the clearance is low) underneath the drain filter, unscrew the filter and let water drain out. When your bucket or dish is full of water, twist the filter back into place to stop the water from draining. Empty your bucket and repeat until the washer is empty.
Why does my LG washer not drain?
If the washer won’t drain or is not draining properly, and the washer has a coin trap, remove the coin trap and clean it thoroughly. First, check the drain hose to determine if it is kinked, twisted, or bent. If the drain hose is bent, straighten it out. In addition, remove the drain hose and check it for obstructions.
Can I drain my washer into my yard?
Household wastewater from washing machines, bathroom sinks, showers, and bathtubs is considered “gray” because it is only lightly soiled and poses a minimal health risk. As long as you’re only putting biodegradable products down the drain, graywater is perfectly safe for irrigating plants.
Do you need a vent pipe for a washing machine?
All plumbing fixtures—including washing machines—must be vented. Improperly vented drains can be sluggish and noisy, and can emit hazardous fumes. Properly vented drains allow the P-trap to do its job: prevent sewer gases from escaping into your home.
Why is there water still in my washing machine?
You go into your laundry area to transfer a load of clothes from the washer to the dryer, but water remains in the washer tub even though the cycle has finished. Your washer may have a clogged drain hose or the pump may be broken. A broken lid switch or belt could also be the culprit.