Door opened during cycle and flooded our living space. LG knows that the door will open if it gets too full of water!
29 June 2014
Summary: We purchased an LG Front loading washing machine that opened up during a wash cycle and LG is refusing to cover any of the damages to our home. This is particularly egregious because LG is aware that if their front loading machines over fill with water that the door will pop open. LG is knowingly selling front loading washers that will open if, for whatever reason, they get too full of water.
Summary: Started having issues as soon as the warranty ended. This is too expensive of a product to have issues after a year and a half. The button to turn it on is off center, and will not push in easily. It takes about 5 minutes to push a button now, and support did not have a fix for this. I can still get it to work, by pushing it around for a while on the side that isn't fitting in easily.
Summary: We bought a similar model of this LG washer in 2009 and thank goodness we purchased the extended warranty. We have had so many problems and it has required numerous expensive repairs. In the first year under LG's warranty we knew it was a lemon. After four years of replacing numerous parts it is deemed unrepairable. Our service person from the warranty company called LG and gave us a number to hopefully replace it.
Summary: This LG is brand new and already destructive. I opened my load of whites tonight to find my two beautiful cotton nightgowns ripped to shreds at the bottom. The entire bottom of one was ripped off and hanging by one part in the back. The other had the same rips and damage, but the more of the bottom was still attached. Both are destroyed. These were washed on the cotton setting with ONE extra rinse. Cotton nighties, cotton setting.
Summary: Purchased LG washer on 02Dec12, when it was delivered it did not work. The first technician that diagnosed it could not figure out what was wrong and stated that it needs to be sent back. LG sent out another technician who stated that a part needs to be backordered, the part never came in and was backordered again.