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LDF5545ST ((ASTEEUS)) LG Dishwasher - Overview

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HOLDER – Part Number: MEG64438801
HOLDER
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Manufacturer #: MEG64438801
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HOLDER – Part Number: MEG64438901
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Manufacturer #: MEG64438901
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ROLLER ASSEMBLY – Part Number: 4581DD3003C
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PartSelect #: PS12075858
Manufacturer #: 4581DD3003C
The dishwasher roller assembly connects to the dishrack, and is located in the lower level of the dishwasher. It allows the dishrack to easily slide in and out. If the lower rack keeps falling off the...
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Diverter Motor - 120V 60Hz – Part Number: 4681ED3001D
Diverter Motor - 120V 60Hz
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HOSE ASSY, DRAIN – Part Number: AEM74333104
HOSE ASSY, DRAIN
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Dishwasher Water Inlet Valve – Part Number: 5221DD1001E
Dishwasher Water Inlet Valve
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Manufacturer #: 5221DD1001E
This part is the replacement inlet valve for your dishwasher. It is approximately 4-1/2 inches by 3-1/2 inches. The water inlet valve in your dishwasher connects to the water source and solenoid wire...
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Door Gasket – Part Number: 3920DD3005D
Door Gasket
PartSelect #: PS12075802
Manufacturer #: 3920DD3005D
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GASKET – Part Number: MDS65210402
GASKET
PartSelect #: PS12081631
Manufacturer #: MDS65210402
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Dishwasher Drain Pump – Part Number: ABT72989206
Dishwasher Drain Pump
PartSelect #: PS12579574
Manufacturer #: ABT72989206
$448.94
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CONTROL PANEL – Part Number: AGL75172632
CONTROL PANEL
PartSelect #: PS16621809
Manufacturer #: AGL75172632
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NOZZLE ASSEMBLY – Part Number: AGB73932401
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Manufacturer #: AGB73932401
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BUSH – Part Number: 4830ED4001B
BUSH
PartSelect #: PS12075919
Manufacturer #: 4830ED4001B
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Bob
March 23, 2024
HOW AND WHERE DO YOU INSTALL THE CONTROL PANEL
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Hi Bob, Thank you for asking. You will need to cut power at the breaker or unplugging the appliance. Next remove 6 screws from the panel and unplug old control board. Plug in new board and put screws back in with the panel. The screws are accessible with the door open. Good luck!

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Tim
January 19, 2024
Where is the thermistor located
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Hello Tim, Thank you for your inquiry. We are showing the thermistor/temperature sensor is located near the circulation pump, which you can access by taking out the racks and removing the lower spray arm. Good luck with your repair.

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Common Symptoms of the LDF5545ST

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Control Panel lights started flashing like a lightswitch rave, dishwasher stopped working
This is apparently a widely known issue for LG, and since their call center was closed due to Coronavirus, I had no luck getting them to cover the repair. Not wanting to wait weeks of months for them to get off their duffs, I ordered the part and unscrewed the six screws holding the control panel on and unplugged the old part, plugged in the new part, and replaced the screws.

Works great now.
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CONTROL PANEL
  • Mike from GAHANNA, OH
  • Difficulty Level:
    Very Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    Less than 15 mins
  • Tools:
    Screw drivers
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Loud noise when running - the infamous bad drive motor
Replacing this pump is pretty easy. Disconnect the power and drain hose, and pull your dishwasher out from the counter. Lay it on its side on a towel. There WILL be spillage. Disconnecting the pump is simple. There are a couple hoses, one single wire connection (the thermistor) and one multi-wire plug. The pump is held in place by a pair of thick rubber holders which can be pulled off by hand. That's it!

After removing the pump, I disassembled it to find out why these fail so soon. It's a very poor design. I found that the nose of the electric motor, where the bearings are located, sits in a plastic cup formed by the top of the pump body. Any leakage from the pump around the motor shaft will be held in place against the motor bearing. It has no place to go. This causes rusting of the bearing. I expect I'll be replacing this one in a few years. :(

But kudos to PartsSelect for getting the right pump assembly for me, after getting the wrong one from another supplier!
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Dishwasher Drain Pump
  • Mark from TEHACHAPI, CA
  • Difficulty Level:
    Very Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    30 - 60 mins
  • Tools:
    Pliers, Screw drivers
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Second roller in on the left side was missing don't ask my how, pulling the bottom rack out the rack would dip down i had to lift it up to pull it the rest of the way out.
Ordered the roller from Parts Select, slid the roller over the little spindle sticking out of the bottom rack and snapped it in place. Job done in less than one minute.
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ROLLER ASSEMBLY
  • Lenny from KIRTLAND, OH
  • Difficulty Level:
    Very Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    Less than 15 mins
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