I've got a similar problem with my LG Washer...No Power, replaced Main Board, Filter Assembly, and Display.......still no power to machine
Looking into Sensor switch and trying to test...
Did you replace?
Were u able to solve your problem?
My initial problem was no power to the washer... so I followed the service manual which said to look for a little red led in the middle of the Main PWB
. If it wasn't lit, the recommendation was to replace it (Main PWB
). I replaced it and thought I'd solved all my problems as the washer turned on immediately but that led me to a problem where the drum doesn't turn.
So, to answer your questions, I replaced the Main PWB
(which allowed the machine to turn on) and I've also replaced the Hall Sensor
assembly (the fridge magnet type thing that connects to the stator)
I thought about replacing that item you linked to but I'm not exactly sure what it is. I think it might be the sensor that detects whether the washer is level or not.
Personally, I think you need to get the power problem sorted as it seems that anything else will be a guess without getting the readings from the Main PWB
. Then again, I've pretty much learned everything I know about this washer from TechnicianBrian so he's the expert, not me.
LG Main Pwb (pcb) Assembly, part number: AP4440233
LG Rotor Position Sensor (RPS) Switch, Hall (motor) Sensor part number: AP4440680