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What does LE mean on an LG Dishwasher?
LG dishwashers with the LE error code have a loose wire connection. Check to be sure that the dishwasher is properly plugged into the power outlet and that the circuit breaker is turned on. If the issue persists, call a qualified technician to check the dishwasher for any loose wires.
LG dishwashers are equipped with a number of error codes that help diagnose problems with the appliance. The LE code indicates a loose wire connection. To fix this, first check to be sure that the dishwasher is properly plugged into the power outlet. If the issue persists, call a qualified technician to check the dishwasher for any loose wires.
Reasons For LG Dishwasher Error Code LE
LG dishwasher error code LE is most often caused by a problem with the water inlet valve. This is the valve that controls the flow of water into the dishwasher. If the water inlet valve is not working properly, it can cause the dishwasher to overfill and the LE error code to be displayed. Other potential causes of the LE error code include a problem with the dishwasher drain pump or a problem with the dishwasher control board.
How to repair your LG Dishwasher to clear the LE Error Code
To clear the LE error code on your LG dishwasher, simply follow these steps:
- First, check to make sure that the dishwasher is properly plugged into the electrical outlet.
- If the dishwasher is properly plugged in, then press and hold the Start/Reset button for approximately three seconds.
- After you have held the Start/Reset button for three seconds, the LE error code should clear and the dishwasher should operate normally.