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Old 09-25-2013, 11:06 AM
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First off, your pictures and explanations were amazing. Thank you very much. When I took the pump out, I think i checked the ohms correctly and its said 16.0 so that is within your spec. I have a problem with my WM2277HS not draining and showing the OE error code. Nothing was really clogged when I blew through the hoses, which make me still think it's the pump. When I pull the outer cover off is the impeller supposed to be able to flop, or is it on a straight solid shaft? My impeller has some play in it and I didn't know if this was normal or part of the design. Suggestions?

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Thank you for this post! Day was the second time I have used your breakdown to repair my equipment, thus saving me hundreds of dollars. But moreover being my wife's hero. This information is a truly a blessing to have.
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This was such an awesome tutorial, very helpful...
but we cant do this with the help of tools.

I have a solution, anyone wants?
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Thanks for the great instructions on how to replace to pump! It saved time and money! My husband wanted to turn the thing upside down to repair!

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I have to replace the pump in my washer. It is a LG Tromm WH2477HW. The pump has 2 black wires, a blue wire, and a brown wire. I was not around when the pump was taken out and I not sure which wires go where. Any information would be appreciated.
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