LG Appliance Problems? Fix Them Yourself Like a Pro!

Don’t wait for a repair person! This guide teaches you how to troubleshoot and fix common LG appliance problems yourself, saving you time and money.

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Hey there! I’m Waseem, and I’m here to help you fix your LG appliances.

I’ve been fixing washers, dryers, and fridges since 2018, and I’ve seen it all! I started this blog to share my tricks and help people save money on repairs.

I write easy-to-follow guides that anyone can understand, and I always start with the simplest fixes first.

I’m not a fancy writer, but I know appliances, and I can help you get yours working again in no time.

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LG Refrigerator Motor Noise: How to Fix Noisy LG Refrigerators

LG Refrigerator Motor Noise: How to Fix Noisy LG Refrigerators

Motor noise in an LG refrigerator can stem from several sources, including the compressor, condenser fan motor, and evaporator fan motor. Normal compressor noises include low buzzing, but loud, persistent sounds indicate problems. Ensure the fridge is level and clean the condenser coils to reduce noise. Replacing faulty fan motors or the compressor can resolve persistent issues. Adjusting the temperature settings and regular maintenance can help prevent future noise.
Common Reasons for LG True Steam Dryer Not Heating - Troubleshooting Tips 

Common Reasons for LG True Steam Dryer Not Heating – Troubleshooting Tips 

An LG TrueSteam dryer uses steam to reduce wrinkles and odors. Common problems include not heating, which could be due to a faulty heating element, thermostat, or clogged vents. Fixing involves testing and replacing these parts or cleaning the lint trap and vent. If the dryer still doesn’t work, resetting it or calling a professional might be necessary. Proper maintenance and troubleshooting can keep the dryer running efficiently.
LG Dishwasher Buzzing Sound | Expert Support & Solutions

LG Dishwasher Buzzing Sound | Expert Support & Solutions

A buzzing sound in an LG dishwasher can be caused by loose parts, motor issues, a blocked water inlet valve, drain pump problems, or a faulty wash motor. To troubleshoot, check for loose items, clean the filter, inspect the spray arms, check the water inlet valve for blockages, and inspect the drain pump and hose for debris. Ensuring dishes are properly loaded and regularly maintaining the dishwasher can prevent such noises.
LG Dishwasher Won't Start | Expert Appliance Solutions 2024

LG Dishwasher Won’t Start | Expert Appliance Solutions 2024

To troubleshoot an LG dishwasher that won’t start, check the power supply, ensure the door latch is properly aligned, and confirm the control panel is functioning. If these steps don’t work, inspect the motor, pump, and thermal fuse for issues. Simple maintenance, like cleaning the latch area and checking for power, can often resolve problems. If the dishwasher is still not working, professional help may be needed.
LG Washer TCL Code: Tub Clean Code Displayed | LG USA Support

LG Washer TCL Code: Tub Clean Code Displayed | LG USA Support

TCL error code on your LG washer doesn’t mean trouble – it’s just a friendly reminder that it needs the tub clean cycle run soon. This cycle helps prevent gross buildup and funky smells inside the drum. To fix the TCL code, simply add some cleaning solution, select tub clean on the panel, and let the washer do its thing for 1-2 hours. Be sure to run this cycle regularly, about every 30 loads, for proper maintenance.
LG Dryer Not Spinning? Follow These Troubleshooting Tips from LG Repair Clinic

LG Dryer Not Spinning? Follow These Troubleshooting Tips from LG Repair Clinic

common causes like a broken belt, worn out drum roller, or clogged lint filter. The guide also provides instructions on how to replace the belt, rollers, and thermal fuse. If the dryer still won’t spin after following these steps.