If your LG Washing machine is flashing different error codes, you’ve come to the right place. In this guide, we’ll be showing you what to do if your LG washing machine is flashing.
So, without wasting any more time, let’s get right to it…
LG Washing Machine Is Flashing OE — How To Fix
If your LG washing machine is flashing OE, it indicates that the washer was unable to drain the water in it. Here are the things that could cause this issue…
1.Kinked Drain Hose
If the drain hose at the back of your washing machine is bent or kinked, water won’t drain out as it normally should. Ensure that the drain hose is straight and properly installed.
2.Clogged Lint Filter
The most common thing that causes a washing machine not to drain water is a clogged lint filter. Here’s how to fix it…
How To Clean An LG Washing Machine Lint Filter — Front Loaders
Do the following to clean the lint filter in your LG front loader washing machine…
Step 1. Turn of your washing machine’s water and power supply to avoid electrocutions or water leakage.
Step 2. Place some rags or old towels on the ground in front of your washing machine.
Step 3. Flip open the little panel in front of your washing machine at the bottom.
Step 4. Under the panel, you’ll find a capped hose. Pull the hose out a few inches.
Step 5. Place a container under the hose.
Step 6. Pull the hose’s cap off and let any water that may be in the washer’s drum drain out.
Step 7. Once all the water has drained out, put the hose’s cap back on and push the hose back in place.
Step 8. Turn the knob beside the hose counterclockwise and pull it out (this is the lint filter).
Step 9. Take the lint filter to a sink and clear out any dirt or debris that may have accumulated in it.
Step 10. Rinse the debris filter thoroughly in a sink.
Step 11. Once the filter is clean, put it back in place and turn it clockwise to secure.
Step 12. Close the lint filter panel.
How To Clean An LG Washing Machine Lint Filter — Top Loaders
Do the following to clean the lint filter in your LG top loader washing machine…
Step 1. Turn off your washing machine’s water and power supply.
Step 2. Open the lid of your washing machine.
Step 3. The lint filter will be mounted inside the washer’s drum; take it out by pressing the tab above it and pulling it out of the tub.
Step 4. Take the filter to a sink and flip open the cover.
Step 5. Using a soft brush, clean out any debris or lint that may be in it.
Step 6. Rinse the filter thoroughly by running some tap water over it.
Step 7. Once the filter is clean, close the cover and pop it back in your washing machine’s tub.
Step 8. Close the lid of your washing machine.
Step 9. Turn on your washing machine’s water and power supply.
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LG Washing Machine Start Button Is Flashing — Solved
If the Start button on your LG washing machine is flashing, it indicates that the door isn’t properly locked. To fix this issue, turn your washer off for about five minutes and then turn it back on. Open the door of your machine and firmly shut it (don’t slam it).
LG Washing Machine Is Flashing CL — Solution
You don’t need to worry if your LG washing machine is flashing CL. This message isn’t actually an error code; it simply indicates that the Child Lock feature is activated.
To deactivate the Child Lock feature, press the Rinse and Spin buttons simultaneously and hold for about 3 seconds. Depending on the model of your washing machine, there may be a Child Lock button on the machine’s control panel.
Please consult your washer’s manual if the buttons above didn’t work for your washing machine.
LG Washing Machine Is Flashing UE — How To Fix
If your LG washing machine is flashing the UE error code, it means that the load in the drum is not balanced. Here’s how to deal with this issue…
Step 1. Turn off your washing machine’s power supply.
Step 2. Open the door of your washing machine.
Step 3. Ensure that you put a moderate quantity of clothes in the washer. Overloading or under-loading your washer will cause the UE error code to pop up. Consult your manual to learn the recommended quantity of clothes to put in your washing machine.
Step 4. Distribute the weight of the clothes evenly in the washer’s drum. This will balance the load and help the washer spin properly.
Step 5. Ensure that the washer sits on an even surface. If the machine is tilted at an angle, the weight of the clothes will be on one side of the drum.
Step 6. Ensure that the washer’s legs are level (use a leveler to measure if needed). if the legs aren’t on the same level, adjust as needed.
Step 7. Turn on your washing machine’s power supply.
Step 8. Run a spin cycle to see if the issue has been resolved.