LG Washing Machine Error Codes:

LG washing machines

Error Display
Water inlet error

[ IE ]

WD1020W / WD1040W / WD1030R / WD1050F / WD8050F / WD1255F

– no inlet –

WD8030W / WD8040F

Lights: ‘Pre’ & ‘Main’

Drain error

[ OE ]

WD1020W / WD1040W / WD1030R / WD1050F / WD8050F / WD1255F

– no drain –

WD8030W / WD8040F

Lights: ‘800’, ‘500’ & ‘No Spin’

Imbalance error

[ UE ]

WD1020W / WD1040W / WD1030R / WD1050F / WD8050F / WD1255F

– imbalance –

WD8030W / WD8040F

Lights: ‘1’, ‘2’, ‘3’, ‘4’, ‘5’, ‘6’

Door open error WD1020W / WD1040W / WD1030R

[ dOE ]

WD1050F / WD1253F / WD10505F / WD12535F

[ dE ]

WD8030W / WD8040F / WD8050F

– door lock –

sensing water pressure error

[ PE ]

WD1020W / WD1040W / WD1030R / WD1050F / WD10505F / WD1255F

[ PE ]

WD8030W / WD8040F

Lights: ‘fuzzy’, ‘heating’, ‘speedy’

WD8050F

Lights: ‘super’, ‘normal’, ‘hold’

over-flow error

[ FE ]

WD1020W / WD1040W / WD1030R

[ OFE ]

WD1050F / WD10505F / WD1253F / WD12535F

[ FE ]

WD8030W / WD8040F

Lights: ‘synthetic’, ‘wool’, ‘blanket’

WD8050F

Lights: ‘pre’, ‘main’

heating error

[ tE ]

WD1020W / WD1040W / WD1030R

[ HE ]

WD1050F / WD10505F / WD1253F / WD12535F

[ tE ]

WD8030W / WD8040F

Lights: ’95’, ’60’, ’40’, ‘cold’

WD8050F

Lights: ’95’, ’60’, ’40’, ‘cold’

current error WD1253F / WD1253FB / WD125F / WD125FB

WD1223F / WD1223FB / WD1225F / WD1225FB

WD1243F / WD1243FB / WD1245F / WD1245FB

[ CE ]

lock error WD1253F / WD1253FB / WD125F / WD125FB

WD1223F / WD1223FB / WD1225F / WD1225FB

WD1243F / WD1243FB / WD1245F / WD1245FB

[ LE ]

sensor error WD1253F / WD1253FB / WD125F / WD125FB

WD1223F / WD1223FB / WD1225F / WD1225FB

WD1243F / WD1243FB / WD1245F / WD1245FB

[ SE ]

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5 Responses to “LG Washing Machine Fault Codes”

  1. mac says:

    what is ( DE) error stand for ,what is the solution for (FE) error

    [Reply]

    Bimster Reply:

    DE = Door open error- Door switch failure – occurs when start/pause button is pressed when door is open.

    FE = Overflow error – Water automatically pumped out because too much water is in the tub.

    [Reply]

  2. michael says:

    my washing machine keeps fetching water and can not wash.

    [Reply]

  3. fem pop says:

    what is the solution for FE

    [Reply]

  4. Annemarie says:

    Dear Sir/madam,

    What does IE code means?

    Kind regards,

    Annemarie

    [Reply]

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