LG Top Load Washer Troubleshooting: 8 Fixes for Common Problems!

Dealing with a malfunctioning LG top-load washer can be frustrating. From mysterious leaks to unexplained noises, troubleshooting these appliances is often a perplexing task. However, fear not! In this guide, we’ll dive into common issues that plague LG top-load washers and provide practical solutions to get your laundry routine back on track.

If you’ve ever been stumped by error codes or puzzled by performance hiccups, this post will serve as your go-to resource for unraveling the mysteries of your LG top-load washer. Whether it’s tackling drainage dilemmas or deciphering vibration woes, we’ve got you covered with straightforward advice and actionable tips to restore your washer’s efficiency.

Common LG top load washer problems include not turning on, not spinning, not filling up with water, not washing, not agitating, and not draining. Additionally, the washers may suffer mildew and balance problems. 

I’ll explain all these eight problems to enable you to troubleshoot your LG top load washing machine when it fails.

That means you shouldn’t be swift in picking up the phone to call LG. Neither should you call the local washing machine expert until you give the troubleshooting a try. 

Let’s jump in!

LG Top Load Washing Machine Problems

In a rush? See what to do when your LG washer fails in the troubleshooting guide below. 

Quick LG Top Load Washing Machine Troubleshooting Guide 

Problem Likely Cause Fix 
1.LG Top Loader Won’t Turn On Lack of power, open lid, faulty start switch, or error code Ensure the washer has power, close the lid, replace a defective switch, and reset an error code 
2.LG Top Load Washing Machine Not SpinningLack of power, error code, open lid, load or washer imbalance, Child Lock, excess suds, or broken belt Check the washers power supply, reset an error code, close the lid, balance the load and washer, disable Child Lock, avoid detergent overuse, and replace a broken belt 
3.LG Top Load Washing Machine Not Enough WaterClosed tap, kinked supply tube, open lid, low water pressure, or faulty inlet valve Open the tap, unkink the supply tube, close the lid, raise the water pressure, and replace a defective inlet valve 
4.LG Top Load Washing Machine Not WashingLaundry overload, incorrect setting, excess suds, clogged drain filter, or dirty tub Reduce the overload, match the setting with the load, reduce detergent overuse, and clean the drain filter and tub 
5.LG Top Loader Won’t Agitate Failed power, laundry overload, or faulty lid switch, drain pump, drive belt, agitator, or motor Check the washers power supply, reduce a laundry overload, and replace a defective lid switch, drain pump, belt, agitator, or motor 
6.LG Top Loader Won’t Drain Clogged hose, drain filter, or drain pump, excess suds, load imbalance, trapped objects, or defective lid switch or drain pump Clean the drain hose, filter, and pump, reduce detergent overuse, redistribute the load evenly, remove trapped objects, and replace a defective lid switch or drain pump 
7.LG Top Loaders Smells Like Mildew Washer left closed for too long or hardened soap residues Clean the washer properly and leave its lid open when not in use 
8.Balance Problems Load imbalance or overload, unlevelled washer, defective suspension rods, or worn-out drum bearings Balance the laundry and don’t overload; balance the washer, too and replace defective suspension rods or worn-out drum bearings 

8 Common LG Top Load Washing Machine Problems

Shared below are 8 of the commonest LG top load washing machine problems, their likely causes, and applicable fixes

1. LG Top Load Washing Machine Not Turning On

While you expect your LG top loader to power up when you hit start, at times, it won’t. Here are the reasons your LG top loader won’t turn on: 

  • Lack of power – Your LG top loader won’t turn on if it lacks power. Possible causes include an outage, a loose or defective power cord, a non-working outlet, tripped breaker, or GFCI outlet, or a blown-up fuse. 

  • Open lid – The washing machine won’t start if the lid is open. It could be that the lid is obstructed; if that’s not it, the lid switch could be defective. You can examine it with a multimeter. 

  • Faulty start switch – If the start switch is defective, it won’t engage the washer, which means the washer won’t start. You can check it with a multimeter, just like the lid switch. 

  • Error code – If there’s an error code, especially one related to a power failure, low voltage, or control board malfunction, it’ll stop the washing machine from turning on. 


Check if there’s power, and if the washer doesn’t turn on, ensure the power cord is firmly plugged into a working 3-prong 120 VAC socket. 

Reset the circuit and the GFCI breaker if tripped. Check the thermal fuse, socket, outlet, and power cord with a multimeter and replace any that lack continuity. 

Ensure the lid is shut, and if it’s not, check if the lid switch has continuity and replace it if it doesn’t. Also, replace the start switch if it lacks continuity, and if there’s an error code, reset the washer (unplug it briefly) to clear it. 

LG Top Load Washing Machine Troubleshooting

2. LG Top Loader Washing Machine Not Spinning

Spinning is a crucial function of a washing machine. If your LG washer doesn’t spin, it will also fail to clean your clothes. Here are the reasons your top loader fails to spin: 

  • Lack of power – Your top loader won’t spin if it doesn’t turn on. So, it must have power, and you can check the above-highlighted issues if it doesn’t. 

  • Error code – An error code may also stop the washer from spinning. That could be the case if something is wrong with any of the issues below: 

  • Open lid – If the lid doesn’t shut properly, it can stop the washer from turning on and fail to start if it happens to run. 

  • Load imbalance – The load should be even in the drum to turn smoothly. If it’s out of balance, it won’t be able to turn correctly, and the washer will fail to spin as it should. 

  • Washer imbalance – If the washing machine is off balance, perhaps due to loose or unstable feet, it won’t be able to spin correctly. And if it manages to turn, it’s likely to be noisy. 

  • Child Lock – Child Lock stops the washing machine from starting, even though it may turn on. Its job is to deter any unintentional access to the washer. 

  • Excess suds – Too many suds obstruct the drum, making it tough for the washer to spin and drain, as we’ll see later. 

  • Broken belt – If the washer belt is defective, perhaps broken, it won’t be able to turn the drum. That’s likely the case if the belt is too old for the wrong size. 


Check the washer’s power supply and use the earlier shared tips to ensure it turns on. Reset the washer to clear any error code, and firmly latch the lid. 

Evenly distribute the clothes in the drum and ensure the washer sits on steady, sturdy ground. If Child Lock is on, disable it, and if there are many suds, reduce the detergent amount and opt for HE detergents over non-HE detergents. Meanwhile, replace the washer belt if it’s defective. 

3. LG Top Load Washing Machine Not Filling with Water

If your top loader doesn’t fill up appropriately, it won’t have enough water from the laundry. That’s likely to be the case due to these reasons: 

  • Closed tap – You cannot expect your top loader to fill up with water if you don’t turn on the tap. So, you’ve to check it to ensure it’s open. 

  • Kinked supply tube – If the water supply tube has multiple links, it’ll slow water flow, which means your washer may fail to fill up or fill slowly. 

  • Open lid – The washer stops running when it detects an open lid. It perceives that as a fault and stops filling up with water until you fix it. 

  • Low water pressure – Your LG top loader needs a water pressure of 20 psi or more. If the pressure is lower than that, the water won’t fill up the washer. You can use the pressure gauge to measure the washer’s water pressure. 

  • Faulty inlet valve – Sometimes, the water inlet valve fails; when it does, water cannot pass through, making it hard for the washer to fill up. 


Fully open the water tap to supply water to the washer and straighten out any bends/kinks. If the lid is open, try to close it, and if it won’t, check the lid switch for fault and replace it. 

If the water pressure is lower than 20 psi, adjust it from the water main and replace the inlet valve if it fails to display continuity. 

4. LG Top Load Washing Machine Not Cleaning Clothes

The work of a washing machine is to clean clothes. However, the washer may turn on and fail to perform this critical task. Here are reasons your clothes will turn out dirty after using the top loader:

  • Laundry overload – Packing too many clothes in the washer could stop the washer from cleaning. For one, the washer may fail to spin or agitate. And if it succeeds, the clothes won’t turn properly. 

  • Incorrect setting – You can’t use the same setting for all your clothes. Some, especially those heavily soiled, may fail to clean if you wash them alongside lightly soiled garments. 

  • Excess suds – If there are too many suds, perhaps from applying too much detergent or using non-HE detergent, they may prevent the washer from washing the clothes cleanly. 

  • Clogged filter – Since the washing water has to go through the filter, the clothes may get dirty if the filter is filthy. 

  • Dirty tub – The clothes spend a long time in the tub. So if the tub is dirty, the clothes will get dirty too. 


If your top loader is over 3⁄4 full, reduce the load size and match the laundry with the correct setting/cycle. If excess suds exist, reduce the detergent and use only HE detergents. And if the drain filter or tub is filthy, properly clean it. 

LG Top Load Washing Machine Not Cleaning Clothes

5. LG Top Load Washing Machine Not Agitating

Proper agitation is as pivotal to the top loader cleaning performance as spinning. So, you can expect your washer not to clean if it doesn’t agitate well. Here are the issues that stop the LG top loader from agitating. 

  • Failed power – Just like your washer won’t spin because of the lack of power, it won’t agitate if it doesn’t turn on. So, you have to check that it has power. 

  • Laundry overload – If the laundry is excessive (more than three-quarters full, your top loader may have difficulty agitating), there must be adequate room for the washer to stir. 

  • Faulty lid switch – A faulty switch stops the lid from closing correctly, and if the lid doesn’t shut, the washer won’t agitate as it should. 

  • Faulty drain pump – If the drain pump is defective, not only will your top loader fail to drain (as explained below), but it’ll also fail to agitate correctly. 

  • Defective belt – A broken belt stops the washer from agitating correctly in the same fashion it stops it from spinning. 

  • Broken agitator – The agitator’s job is to stir the water and turn the clothes. Once broken, it’s unable to do that. 

  • Faulty motor – You can also expect the top loader to fail to agitate when the motor fails, just like it won’t spin.


Use the earlier shared tips to ensure your top loader has power. If the clothes are excessive, reduce them to at most 3⁄4 full. Then check with a multimeter if the lid switch is defective and replace it. 

Replace the drain pump, belt, agitator, or motor if any of them is damaged. 

6. LG Top Load Washing Machine Not Draining

Here’s what to check when your LG top loader won’t drain or drains slowly: 

  • Clogged pipe, drain filter, or pump – The drain hose, filter, and pump may accumulate dirt (from clothes) over time and clog up. Once that happens, the heavy clog stops water from passing through. 

  • Excess suds – If too many suds exist, they can stop wastewater from draining correctly. The extra suds formation often results from overusing the detergent or using the wrong type (non-HE detergent). 

  • Load imbalance – The washer will have difficulty draining if its load is out of balance. The load should be even for the water to drain out well. 

  • Trapped objects – If there are stick objects such as keys, coins, broken zips, and jewelry, they can block the drain and interfere with the drainage. 

  • Defective lid switch – If the top loader’s lid switch is faulty, the lid won’t close; if it doesn’t, the washer won’t run. 

  • Defective drain pump – The drain pump’s job is to pump out water. So, if it’s faulty, the washer won’t drain properly. You can tell if that’s the case if the washer is older than six years and noisy or the pump is broken. 


Clean the drain hose, filter, and drain pump. You can also inspect the drain hose from kinking and unkink it, and replace the pump if it’s older than six years and noisy. 

Evenly distribute the load if it’s out of balance and remove any trapped foreign objects. But if the lid switch is defective (lacks continuity) or the drain pump (is noisy and older), replace it. 

7. LG Top Loader Smells Like Mildew 

Often, top-loading washing machines smell like mildew because of leaving the lid closed for a long while the washer is not in use. 

Doing so restricts airflow. Since the trapped moisture won’t escape, it’s likely to smell like mold. Another reason is soap depositors. If the washer is improperly cleaned after use, the soap residues may build up and produce a mildew-like smell. 


Thoroughly wash the washer with Affresh or white vinegar and baking soda mixture. 

8. LG Top Load Washing Machine Balance Problems

Lastly, sometimes an LG top loader may have a problem balancing. In such a case, it shakes or vibrates violently when running and may show the error code UE or UB.

Overall, balance problems could be a result of any of these issues: 

  • Load imbalance or overload – If the clothes in the washer are not uniform, they may be thrown out of position when the washer runs. And if the load is excessive, the washer may have difficulty running, which could lead to balance issues. 

  • Unlevelled washer – If the washer is not resting on sturdy and uniform ground, it’s likely to shake as it runs. In worst cases, the washer may fail to spin – so the clothes won’t clean. 

  • Defective suspension rods – The suspension rods’ job is to absorb impact from your washer. The four rods, however, may wear out and fail to do that, resulting in a heavy vibration. 

  • Worn-out drum bearings – Sometimes, the washer shakes and vibrates violently because of worn-out drum bearings. So you may need to inspect them. 


Check the laundry in your top loader and evenly distribute it and keep its capacity ¾ full. While at it, ensure the washer is on uniform and sturdy ground. You may need to adjust its feet. And if the suspension rods or drum bearings appear worn out, replace them. 

How can I fix any issues with the motor wire harness in my LG washing machine?

To fix any issues with the motor wire harness in your LG washing machine, you can follow these steps:

1. Locate the motor: Start by finding the motor inside the washing machine. Usually, it is positioned at the bottom or backside of the unit.

2. Unplug the washing machine: Before proceeding with any repairs, make sure to disconnect the appliance from the power source to ensure safety.

3. Visual inspection: Inspect all the wires connected to the motor. Look for any signs of damage such as burnt or broken wires.

4. Replace the wiring harness: If you discover a burnt or broken wire, the best solution is to replace the entire wiring harness. You can find the appropriate replacement part either from the manufacturer or a reputable appliance parts store.

5. Repair the wire if possible: If only one wire is damaged and the rest are in good condition, it is possible to repair the broken wire. Ensure you have the necessary tools, such as wire strippers and connectors, to splice in a new section of wire. Make sure to securely connect the repaired wire to ensure proper functioning.

6. Test the machine: After replacing or repairing the wire, reassemble the washing machine and plug it back in. Run a test cycle to check if the previous issues with weird noises during the spin cycle have been resolved.

If you are uncomfortable or uncertain about performing these repairs yourself, it is always recommended to seek professional assistance from a certified technician or contact the LG customer service for further guidance.

Common LG Washer Problems

Not Turning On

If your LG top load washer is not turning on, start by checking the power source. Ensure it’s properly connected and supplying electricity to the washer. Verify if the power button is functioning correctly by pressing it firmly. Look for any blown fuses or tripped circuit breakers in your home’s electrical panel that may be affecting the washer’s power supply.

Another common issue with top load washers not turning on could be related to a faulty door latch or lid switch. If these components are damaged or malfunctioning, they can prevent the washer from starting. Inspect these parts for any visible damage or wear and consider replacing them if necessary.

Rumbling Sounds

When you notice rumbling sounds coming from your LG top load washer, it may indicate unbalanced loads causing the machine to shake during operation. To troubleshoot this issue, try redistributing the items inside the drum more evenly to balance out the weight during spinning cycles.

Another potential cause of rumbling sounds could be improperly adjusted leveling legs. Check if all four leveling legs are making solid contact with the floor and adjust them as needed to ensure stability during washing and spinning cycles.

Inspect for any loose or damaged components inside the washer such as loose tub bearings, worn drive belts, or damaged suspension rods that could contribute to unusual rumbling noises during operation.

Shaking Issues

To address shaking issues with your LG top load washer, first ensure that it is sitting level on a stable surface. Use a bubble level to check if all sides of the appliance are even with each other horizontally and vertically.

Check if you’ve distributed your laundry load evenly inside the drum before starting a cycle; an imbalanced distribution of clothes can cause excessive shaking during spin cycles.

Inspect for any damaged suspension rods or springs within your top load washer that may need replacement due to wear and tear over time from regular use.

Drainage Concerns

If you’re experiencing drainage concerns with your LG top load washer, start by verifying whether there are any clogs or kinks in the drain hose obstructing proper water flow during draining cycles. Check for obstructions in the drain pump filter which can impede water drainage from leaving the machine efficiently. Ensure proper installation of drain hose height according to manufacturer guidelines to allow for effective drainage without backflow issues.

Troubleshooting Error Codes

IE Error Code

If your LG top load washer displays the IE error code, it indicates a problem with water inlet. First, check for any blockages or malfunctions in the water inlet valve. Next, ensure to inspect the water level sensor for any faults that could be causing this issue.

Sometimes, low water pressure from the main supply line can trigger this error code. So make sure to verify that there are no issues with the water pressure reaching your washer before proceeding further.

OE Error Code

When you encounter the OE error code on your LG top load washer, it signifies a drainage problem. Begin by examining both the drain pump and drain hose for any clogs or restrictions that might be impeding proper drainage.

Furthermore, you should also verify if there are any issues with the drain motor or impeller as these could contribute to triggering this error code. Lastly, ensure that the drain hose is positioned correctly and isn’t causing any obstructions in draining out water effectively.

In some cases of an LG top load washer displaying an IE error code, checking for blockages in the water inlet valve can resolve this issue swiftly. Verifying adequate water pressure from your main supply line ensures optimal functioning of your washing machine without encountering such errors frequently.

Resolving IE Error Code

Checking Inlet Hoses

When dealing with an IE error code on your LG top load washer, the first step is to inspect the inlet hoses. Look for any signs of leaks, cracks, or damage that could be causing water flow issues. Ensure that the hoses are correctly connected to both the washer and the water supply valves. Sediment buildup in the hoses can also impede water flow, so it’s essential to check for any blockages.

If you notice any damage or sediment buildup, it’s crucial to address these issues promptly. Replace damaged hoses and clean out any sediment that may be obstructing the flow of water into your washer.

Ensuring Proper Water Pressure

Another common cause of an IE error code is inadequate water pressure reaching the washer. To address this issue, measure the water pressure from your main supply line using a gauge. Compare this measurement against the recommended pressure levels specified in your LG top load washer’s manual.

It’s also important to check for any restrictions in the water supply line or valves leading to your washing machine. Sometimes, debris or mineral deposits can accumulate over time and hinder sufficient water flow. Verify that other appliances in your home aren’t concurrently drawing large amounts of water while your washer is running as this can affect overall water pressure.

Addressing OE Error Code

Cleaning Drain Hose

When dealing with an OE error code on your LG top load washer, start by checking the drain hose. Disconnect it and ensure there are no debris or blockages. Rinse the hose with warm water to clear any clogs. After cleaning, reattach the drain hose securely to prevent leaks.

If the drain hose is clogged, water won’t flow out properly during the wash cycle, triggering the OE error code. By clearing any obstructions from the drain hose, you can resolve this issue and allow proper drainage during each cycle.

Checking for Blockages

Another common cause of an OE error code is blockages within different parts of the washing machine. Inspect both the drum and agitator for any trapped items such as socks or small garments that might impede drainage.

Check the drain pump filter for lint or foreign objects that could be restricting water flow. If these components are blocked, they can hinder proper drainage and lead to an OE error code being displayed on your washer.

Look closely at the water inlet valve screens for any obstructions that might be preventing adequate water intake into your washing machine. Clearing these screens of debris will ensure a steady flow of water into your washer’s tub during operation.

Power and Installation Checks

Incoming Power Issues

If your LG top load washer is experiencing power-related problems, there are a few key areas to check. Firstly, ensure that the power outlet you’re using is functioning properly. If it’s not, this could be the root cause of your washer’s issues. Next, inspect the power cord and plug for any signs of damage or wear. A frayed cord or damaged plug can lead to inconsistent power supply and affect the performance of your washer. Lastly, look for any electrical faults in the control board of the washer. This component plays a crucial role in regulating various functions of the appliance.

It’s essential to remember that addressing these incoming power issues can help resolve many common problems with LG top load washers such as failure to start or sudden shutdowns mid-cycle.

Ensuring Correct Installation

In addition to addressing power concerns, ensuring correct installation is vital for optimal performance of your LG top load washer. Start by making sure that the appliance is installed on a solid, level surface. An uneven surface can cause vibrations during operation and potentially lead to malfunctions over time. Furthermore, it’s important to verify if all hoses and connections are secure and tight; loose fittings may result in water leakage or drainage issues.

Following proper installation guidelines provided by LG is crucial as well; these guidelines often include specific instructions related to leveling the machine and connecting water hoses correctly.

Maintenance Cycles for LG Washer

Spin Only Cycle

When dealing with issues related to lg top load washer troubleshooting, the spin only cycle can be a helpful tool. To utilize this feature, simply select the spin only cycle on the washer’s control panel. Adjusting the spin speed according to garment requirements is crucial in preventing damage to delicate items. Overloading the washer during spin cycles should be avoided as it can lead to an imbalance and affect the spinning process.

For example, if you’re washing a load of towels, selecting a higher spin speed may be suitable. However, when washing delicate fabrics like silk or lace, opting for a lower spin speed is advisable.

Tub Clean Cycle

To address potential mold and odor problems in your LG top load washer, running regular tub clean cycles is essential. Use a recommended cleaner or vinegar solution when initiating this cycle. Following the manufacturer’s instructions for starting and completing the tub clean cycle ensures that it effectively eliminates any buildup inside the machine.

For instance, using white vinegar as part of your tub cleaning routine can help dissolve soap scum and mineral deposits while also disinfecting and deodorizing your washer.

Advanced Troubleshooting Techniques

Performing Hard Reset

If your LG top load washer is experiencing persistent issues, a hard reset might help. Start by unplugging the washer from the power source for a few minutes. This can effectively reset any error codes or malfunctions that may be causing problems. After a few minutes, plug the washer back in and follow the user manual’s specific hard reset instructions if available.

Another troubleshooting technique involves examining the lid switch of your LG top load washer. Check for any visible damage or loose connections on the lid switch. To test its functionality, consider using a multimeter or continuity tester to ensure it engages and disengages properly. If it fails this test, replacing the lid switch could resolve certain issues with your washer.

Control Board Assessment

In some cases, issues with an LG top load washer can stem from problems with its control board. Begin by inspecting the control board for burnt components or signs of physical damage that may be affecting its performance. If you have access to diagnostic mode on your machine, use it to test various functions controlled by the board.

Replacing these components requires expertise beyond basic troubleshooting techniques; therefore, consulting a professional technician is advisable if you suspect that control board replacement is necessary.

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Online Troubleshooting Support

If you’re experiencing issues with your LG top load washer, there are several avenues to explore for troubleshooting support. First, visit LG’s official website where you can find comprehensive troubleshooting guides and FAQs specifically tailored to your washer model. These resources often provide step-by-step instructions to address common problems such as leaks, unusual noises, or error codes. joining online forums or communities dedicated to home appliances can be valuable. Here, you can seek advice from other users who may have encountered similar issues and successfully resolved them using DIY methods. Furthermore, don’t hesitate to contact LG customer support directly if you require assistance with specific problems that aren’t addressed in the available documentation.

Consider seeking professional help from an authorized service center. An authorized LG service center employs technicians who are trained and certified by the manufacturer to diagnose and repair their products accurately. Consulting with a qualified technician is especially crucial when dealing with persistent problems that seem beyond your expertise or when facing technical malfunctions that could potentially compromise safety or performance.

Warranty Coverage Options

In addition to seeking assistance from a professional technician at an authorized service center, it’s essential to consider the warranty coverage options available for your LG top load washer. If your appliance is still within the warranty period provided by LG, you may be eligible for cost-free repairs or even a replacement in certain circumstances. Familiarize yourself with the terms and conditions of the warranty agreement accompanying your washer purchase.


You’ve now got a solid grasp on troubleshooting common issues with your LG top load washer. From decoding error codes to tackling installation checks and maintenance cycles, you’re equipped with the knowledge to keep your washer running smoothly. Remember, sometimes the simplest solutions are the most effective – a thorough check for power and water supply can work wonders. If you encounter persistent problems, don’t hesitate to dive into advanced troubleshooting or seek expert assistance. With these tips in your toolkit, you can bid farewell to washer woes and get back to enjoying hassle-free laundry days.

Don’t let washer troubles dampen your spirits – take charge with these troubleshooting insights and keep those laundry loads spinning without a hitch!

Frequently Asked Questions

How can I troubleshoot an IE error code on my LG top load washer’s display?

An IE error code on your LG top load washer indicates a water inlet problem. Check if the water supply is connected properly, clean the inlet filters, and ensure that the water pressure is adequate. If the issue persists, it’s advisable to seek professional assistance.

What are some common maintenance cycles for an LG washer, including ways to clean inlet filters and steps to follow?

LG washers typically offer maintenance cycles such as tub clean, which helps remove residue and odor-causing buildup. Running a monthly cycle with washing machine cleaner can help maintain optimal performance and cleanliness of your LG top load washer.

When should I consider seeking expert assistance with my LG washer issues?

If you’ve exhausted troubleshooting options and still encounter persistent problems with your LG top load washer, it’s best to seek expert assistance from certified technicians or authorized service providers. They have the expertise to diagnose complex issues accurately and provide effective solutions.

How important are power and installation checks for my LG top load washer?

Power and installation checks are crucial for ensuring optimal functioning of your LG top load washer. Proper electrical connections, grounding, and leveling of the appliance not only promote efficient performance but also contribute to its longevity by minimizing wear and tear caused by improper installation or voltage fluctuations.

What advanced troubleshooting techniques can I use for my LG washer issues?

Advanced troubleshooting techniques may include checking wiring connections, inspecting control boards for faults, or calibrating sensors using diagnostic modes if available in your model. However, these methods require technical knowledge; therefore, it’s recommended to approach them cautiously or seek professional guidance when dealing with complex issues.

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