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Sorry for the delay as I see the Ezekiel left. That TE code is a THERMISTOR error.
THERMISTORS rarely fail in LG washers.
The most likey cause of the “te” error is:
1) Loose wiring at the control panel (directly behind the CYCLE SELECTOR KNOB)
2) Broken wire at the THERMISTOR (located at the bottom /front of the tub)
To access the wire plug connectors at the CONTROL PANEL—-remove the top cover of the washer.
Stand in front of the washer and look for the plug connectors behind the CONTROL PANEL. Pull apart the plugs and re-install.
Test the washer. If the “te” error still occurs—-it will be neccesary to remove the FRONT PANEL as well (two sets of special plier-type tools are needed).
Inspect the THERMISTOR closely—-with good lighting. If there’s a break in the wire it will be at or near the black sheathing / heat shrink material.
If you can not still find anything replace it and see if the code goes away.
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