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 Posted: Sat Mar 29th, 2008 07:45 pm
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I have this front load model from LG that goes thru the wash cycle and fills just fine, toward the end of the cycle it drops a PE error on the screen and goes no more. Power off, power on washer and do a Rinse and Spin cycle, finishes fine.

Also PE error doesn't happen on each load... only some. Found a service manual that says call service... helpful... really....

Any ideas?

Thanks!!!

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from the service manual:



PE = PRESSURE SENSOR ERROR



• The SENSOR SWITCH ASSEMBLY is out of order.

center of PDF page 36

part # 6501FA2462C

click on picture

 

WM1832CW Service Manual



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This could also be caused by to much soap being used or the wrong kind. If you are not using HE rated soap, do so and dont use a full cup of soap, front loaders only hold about 10 gallons of water, avoid using washpowers use liquid soap. if that dosent clear the problem you may have a problem with the sensor or a connection.



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