If you’ve ever found yourself face to face with a perplexing error code on your LG washing machine, fear not. In this user-friendly guide, we’ll demystify the mysterious world of error codes and equip you with simple solutions to keep your laundry routine smooth and stress-free. Let’s look into the ABCs of LG washing machine errors!

Error Code: UE (Unbalanced Load)

Ever had your washing machine doing the shaky dance? The UE error means your load is unbalanced. To fix it, pause the cycle, rearrange the clothes to distribute the weight evenly, and resume washing.

Error Code: OE (Drainage Issue)

Uh-oh, the OE error signals a drainage problem. Check for clogs in the drain hose or filter. Clean them out, and you should be back in business. If the problem persists, it might be time to call in the professionals.

Error Code: DE (Door Error)

If your door won’t close or latch properly, the DE error pops up. Ensure there’s nothing blocking the door and give the gasket a wipe. If the issue persists, it might be time to check if the door latch or switch needs replacement.

Error Code: LE (Motor Overload)

The LE error suggests a motor overload. First, let the machine rest for a while. If the problem persists, it might be due to a heavy load or a malfunctioning motor. Redistribute the load and try again. If the error lingers, professional help might be needed.

Error Code: IE (Water Inlet Issue)

The IE error points to a water inlet problem. Check if the water supply is okay, and the inlet valves are not clogged. Clean the filters and hoses, and you should be back on track.

Error Code: PE (Water Level Sensor Issue)

PE signals a water level sensor problem. Inspect the sensor for any blockages, clean it, and try running the cycle again. If the error persists, a replacement might be necessary.

Error Code: CE (Overcurrent on the Motor)

The CE error warns of an overcurrent on the motor. Unplug the machine, wait for a bit, and restart. If the issue persists, you might need professional assistance.