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 Posted: Sat Sep 4th, 2010 11:49 pm
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My washer will not do anything!! it is as if it is not getting any power to it . I have checked the outlet and the user interface board and both are fine, but the blasted thing will not do anything. help!!

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MY LG TROMM WM2077CW Quit working. It is as if it is not getting any power. I have checked the outlet it is hot, but the washer is not doing anything. Any Answers for this problem?

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I merged your 2 topics together, maybe you started a second one by accident.

So the machine is completely dead? No lights, beeps, nada?

Do you have a volt meter?



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Is there 120v AC at the input and output of the Main Filter Assembly Board ?

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Yes, I have a volt meter.

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I only see a 120v AC at the input of the Main board.

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Lady Wolf wrote: I only see a 120v AC at the input of the Main board.
 


If the board your talking about is the same as the board Master Reg. posted and you have no output voltage then the board is bad.



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If an LG washer has NO POWER (no power at all / no lights etc) this is usually the MAIN BOARD.

 Check for 120volts at the wall outlet (of the home).

Check for 120 volts to the LINE / NOISE FILTER which will be the black and white wire plug (REGUSPATOFF posted an image of this part). If no power at the black & white wire plug---the POWER CORD is damaged (very unlikely).

Check for 120 volts from the other plug on the LINE / NOISE FILTER ASSY.  If no power---the part has failed (very rare). The LINE / NOISE FILTER ASSY part number is: 6201EC1006A

If power is detected from the LINE / NOISE FILTER ASSY----then the MAIN BOARD is at fault. The correct part number for the MAIN BOARD requires a *Serial Number* to ensure that the correct part is ordered.

The DISPLAY BOARD is located at the front control panel and is not likely to be at fault.

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Thanks for the help I will let you know what I find.

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