LG washer/dryer front loader model WM3987HW


LG washer/dryer front loader model WM3987HW

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I've owned this LG washer/dryer for 6 years now. (2/2019) i use it once a week or so. So far I've replaced the drain pump
PN# 4681EA2001T 3 times at a cost of $65.12 each time. Today it went again. I would think they would last more than 60 runs??? Note that after removing all three broken pumps, the shaft that runs the impeller was snapped. The impeller broke off.
Now I have to spring for number 4. This seems to be a manufacturer defect!

The good news is I googled the part number and found it cheaper this time.

I WOULD NEVER again Buy an LG PRODUCT AND WOULD NEVER RECOMEND THEIR PRODUCT TO ANYONE.


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that sounds really odd.. I use to replace these back in service often, never had one fail that fast though but if you are pumping uphill or an extended run it could cause issues.. I agree their washers have been a problem and dryers almost just as bad.







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