Special Repair Trick for an Intermittent LE Error Code on LG Front-Load Washers (Hint: It’s NOT the Hall Sensor)

by Samurai Appliance Repair Man, www.ApplianceGuru.com

As most professional Appliantologists know, the infamous LE error code in LG front-load washers is usually caused by a bad hall sensor, also called a rotor position sensor or RPS. The hall sensor is easy to test and replace.

Okay, so let’s say you replaced the hall sensor because, for whatever reason, you believed it was bad and you’re still getting that ding-dang infernal LE error code.  What then?

Unbunch thy panties and fret thou not, my fine young apprentice.  Come with me now on a journey of Total Appliance Enlightment™:

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