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 Posted: Sat May 31st, 2008 01:43 pm
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Sorry to post new topic thread, but I've searched for this for a few days and can not find the solution.

I've gotten a few codes like the ole LE, UE, DE, etc... but this was a new one for me:

My LG WM2277HW Front Load washer... a TROMM (Toxic Receptacle for Mold & Mildew)... has a displayed code of "te". After searching, I discovered it is the THERMISTOR.

What is it and where is it and, more importantly, can I fix it MYSELF? Cuz I do not want to do the Best Buy Repair Guy Tango for 2 months again!

I KNOW you can help me! You cured my suds, door latches and uneven loads. You've solved the mystery of the non augering ice auger. It was you who shed light on the possibility that maybe...just maybe, the manufacturer installed the wiring backwards on the oven (they did-sears dude came out and switched it back!)

OK!  Let's have at it, shall we? THANKS!!!!!

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"Toxic Receptacle for Mold & Mildew" = it's a characteristic of all brands of Front Loaders unless you leave the door open for a while after every load... and other suggestions..

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OK!  Thank you RegUS_PatOff for the guide.

NOW....  which of all those little labeled parts in the exploded view is the dern thermistor?!?!?!  There's no key for the numbered parts!  There should be a page with a legend telling that part A203 is a water sensor or whatever. 

I've got the machine apart, but not sure which is what!  I mean, is it near the top, middle, bottom? Is it on the outer parts or deep in the guts? Back? Side? Front?  ARGH! This is so frustrating. Why can't they make this a bit more simple?

THANKFULLY, the easiest part is that I can order it here ASAP! 

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Removal instuctions on Page 37

It's # K310 on Page 41 next to the heater,

The didn't list the Parts List... although they do in most other similar models which should be in the same locations...


 original  part  # is  6322FR2046F

and SearsParts shows a

replacement part # 6322FR2046C

both shown on RepairClinics WM2077HW Sensor List


 

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Woo Hoo!!  Thanks! I found the lil rascle! It's wire was loose from a shimmy the machine did whilst washin a horse blanket. Fixed it in 15 minutes (taking apart the whole cabinet was the lengthy part!)

Now if Ida hadta wait for the Best Buy Dude... I'd still be beatin my clothes on a rock down ta the stream! AND paid a fortune!

THANK YOU!!!!

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GGeee... Wilbur...   :cool:



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