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Installed the new filter housing (DA97-08006G) and the leak is gone.  Thanks for your help!
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Washer Repair / Re: LG wm2101hw Turns on, doesn't run, no test mode
« Last post by domain on January 28, 2015, 09:55:20 PM »
Really wierd.... main pcb has the software but the display pcb may be sending multiple signals?
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Washer Repair / Re: LG wm2101hw Turns on, doesn't run, no test mode
« Last post by Vitautoff on January 28, 2015, 09:01:46 PM »
If a cycle is selected, the spin level LED light (high, medium or low) is flashing.
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Washer Repair / LG wm2101hw Turns on, doesn't run, no test mode
« Last post by Vitautoff on January 28, 2015, 08:37:41 PM »
I have got a LG WM2101HW washer. It turns on, dials through the cycles (lights change accordingly), the small display shows what is needs to show. But all other buttons (including run, temp, soil level ...) are unresponsive. Also, the washer won't go into a test mode. Instead it turns on regularly.

If i unplug a plug from the main pcb, a corresponding error code is displayed.

If this is a bad display board, how can I determine it?

Thanks,
Vitaliy.
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Washer Repair / Re: WM2032HW Manual Inducing Shuts off Breaker
« Last post by Vitautoff on January 28, 2015, 08:33:14 PM »
Hi! Thank you for your last response on how to test motor and hall sensor. The instructions were very clear and true to life.

So motor and hall sensor appear to be OK. Another problem was a bad diode bridge. I replaced it and now the washer is up and running, finishes all cycles, just as a new washer.

However, the IPM heat sink seems to be hot during a cycle. I can't put my fingers on it for more than 1 second. Is it OK? This washer is made in 2003. I compared the temperature of the same thing in a 2009  LG washer: i could hold my fingers there (both washers were running the same cycle, the same amount of time).

With additional heat sink area help, or a small fan (like inside computer) blowing straight onto it?

Thanks again,
Vitaliy.

Also, I have another question. I have got a LG WM2101HW washer. It turns on, dials through the cycles (lights change accordingly). But all other buttons (including run, temp, soil level ...) are unresponsive. Also, the washer won't go into a test mode. Instead it turns on regularly.
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Washer Repair / Re: LG front loading washer leaks below the dispenser
« Last post by Odyssey31 on January 28, 2015, 07:37:43 PM »
I've seen this before, replaced whole dispenser and that solved problem.

But Domain is right, too mich soap and/or water pressure issues can cause problems.
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Dryer Repair / Re: Frigidaire dryer grinding and droning when heating
« Last post by TinkerPete on January 28, 2015, 07:22:07 PM »
Don't see any screws that could be touching anything that moves.
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Tools, Equipment & Other Products / Re: HVAC Super Pro Kit
« Last post by domain on January 28, 2015, 05:00:05 PM »
I can't wait for the wet rag to cool the pipe!
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Tools, Equipment & Other Products / Re: HVAC Super Pro Kit
« Last post by afterblast on January 28, 2015, 04:50:07 PM »
it looks interesting... but I think I'd go nuts sitting for 2 hours waiting for it to cure before finishing the rest of the repair  :D
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Tools, Equipment & Other Products / Re: HVAC Super Pro Kit
« Last post by keithvibe on January 28, 2015, 04:20:48 PM »
I haven't used that but I have used just for copper. Just for copper cures in 7 mins. I used it in a bathroom situation where I couldn't safely get a torch in place. I had no issues with it. Keep in mind it's a once and done kinda like pvc glue. If you need to reposition or fix said joint you will need to cut back further and start fresh. You can't heat it like copper to remove the connection.
With that said I used it and as far as I know the joint is still ok 14+ yrs later. I was in the home for 7 and all 7yrs it never sprung a leak. It's a great product if you do the prep and follow the instructions.
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