I have this little comp unit. However, when the cycle is over, it emits
a horrible chirping sound that wakes up anyone who happnes to be
asleep. It must be a simple matter of disconnecting something to make
the noise go away? Can anyone help me??? PLEASE!!
What did LG Customer Service tell you when you called them? You did
call them, right? If you haven't, it would be prudent to do so ASAP.
After all, they made the machine and may be aware that this symptom
might or might not to a serious breakdown. Jot down the numbers that
you call, keep a record of who you talked to, when, and the gist of
the conversation. They are well aware that happy customers are repeat
customers and their response will dictate your future choices in
appliances. Good luck.
Yes of course I called them, but they said there was nothing that could
be done about it and I advised them that this was a stupid feature
because it prevents one from using the machine before going to bed.
However, this is the one I have, and there must be a way to oped it up
and snip a wire to fix this, which of course the customer service rep
is not going to tell me how to do even if he knew.
Most customer service reps only know how to use a phone, and a
computer terminal. Yes, there is probably a sound device on there
some where that can be disconnected. I've not worked on one of
these. Maybe an appliance repair company near you has someone who
can find the chirper?
Christopher A. Young
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