LG WT7400CW WT7400CV Top Load Washer Owner’s Manual

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This PDF owner’s manual is for the LG WT7400CW / WT7400CV 27″ Top Load Washing Machine.

LG WT7400CW / WT7400CV 5.5 cu.ft. 27″ Top Load Washing Machine with Wi-Fi and TurboWash3D

Read this owner’s manual thoroughly before operating the appliance and keep it handy for reference at all times.

(PDF) OWNER’S MANUAL in English [EN] and Español [ES] languages.


– Read All Instructions Before Use
– Warning Statements: Installation; Operation; Grounding Instructions.
– Caution Statements

– Product Features. Front/Rear view.
– Accessories. Included Accessories; Required Accessories.
– Product Specifications: 120 VAC @ 60 Hz, 20 – 120 psi (138 – 827 kPa) max/min water pressure; 950 RPM (±50 rpm) max. spin speed.

– Before Installing
– Tools Needed
– Installation Overview: Choosing the Proper Location (Power Outlet/Flooring), Unpacking and Removing Shipping Material, Connecting the Water Inlet Hoses (How to Connect the Water Inlet Hoses), Connecting the Drain Hose (How to Connect the Drain Hose, Using a Standpipe to Drain), Leveling the Washer (How to Level the Washer), Final Installation Check (Connecting to the Power Supply; Testing the Washer; Installation Check Error Codes).
Installation Check Error / Code Solution:
– Fully open the water faucet.
– Straighten out any kinks in the inlet hoses and make sure the hoses are not pinched against the wall or under the washer.

– Straighten out any kinks in the drain hose and make sure the hose is not pinched against the wall or under the washer.
– Remove and flush out the drain hose to remove clogs.
– Adjust or repair the drain. Maximum drain height is 96 inches.

OPERATION. How to use LG WT7400CW / WT7400CV washing machine?
– Before Use

– Operation Overview: Sort laundry and load the washer. Add cleaning products. Turn on the washer. Select a cycle. Adjust settings. Begin cycle. If necessary, add additional items to the tub while the Add Garments light is on. End of cycle.

– Sorting Laundry. Grouping Similar Items: Colors / Soil Level / Fabric Type / Lint Type. How to Sort Laundry? Fabric Care Labels.

– Loading the Washer
General Tips. Bulky Items. Small Items.
General Tips for Models with an Impeller.

– Adding Cleaning Products
About Detergent Use.
Single-Use Detergent Packs / Gel or Tablet Detergents.
About the Dispensers.
Using the Detergent and Softener Dispenser Drawer. Main Wash Detergent Compartment. Fabric Softener Compartment.
Using the Liquid Bleach Dispenser. Automatic Bleach Dispenser. Immediate Bleach Dispenser.

– Control Panel.
Control Panel Features: Power On/Off Button, Cycle Selector Knob, Start/Pause Button, Time and Status Display, Cycle Modifier Buttons, Option and Extra Function Buttons.
Time and Status Display: Estimated Time Remaining, Cycle Status Indicators, Door Lock Indicator, Wi-Fi Indicator.

– Wash Cycles. Cycle Guide.
Normal – Use to wash all normal items such as cotton, linen, shirts, jeans or mixed loads, except delicate fabrics such as wool or silk.
Heavy Duty – Suitable for washing heavily soiled laundry, such as cotton fabrics, using more powerful wash motions.
Deep Wash – Provides additional water and washes heavily soiled mixed items, except delicate fabrics.
Waterproof – Suitable for washing waterproof items such as water resistant clothing, mattress covers, outdoor clothes, and plastic mats. (less than 14 lb)
Pre Wash+Normal – Use this cycle to prewash stains without needing to hand wash. Prompt treatment helps to prevent stains from setting or odors from developing.
Delicates – Suitable for washing dress shirts/blouses, nylons, lingerie, or sheer and lacy clothes which can easily be damaged. (less than 8 lb)
Bedding – Suitable for washing blankets or bulky items which have difficulty absorbing water, such as pillows, blankets, comforters, sheets or pet bedding.
Downloaded (Small Load) – You can use a smartphone to download a specialized cycle to this cycle position.
Available Options: Stain Care / Cold Wash / Turbo Wash

– Cycle Modifiers.
About Modifier Buttons: Each cycle has default settings that are selected automatically. You may also customize these settings using the cycle modifier buttons: Temp / Spin / Soil
Special Care Features: Soak / Stain Care / Speed Wash / Rinse+Spin / Add Garments
Options and Extra Functions: Spin Only / Cold Wash / Delay Wash / Water Plus / Signal / Extra Rinse / Tub Clean / Turbo Wash / Control Lock
Locking the Control Panel. Unlocking the Control Panel.

– LG ThinQ Application. Before Using LG ThinQ Application. How to install the LG ThinQ Application. How to use the Appliance Remotely. Wireless LAN Module Specifications.
– Smart Diagnosis Function. Using LG ThinQ to Diagnose Issues. Using Audible Diagnosis to Diagnose Issues.

– Regular Cleaning. Care after Wash. Cleaning the Exterior.
– Periodic Maintenance. Cleaning the Tub. Removing Mineral Buildup. Leaving the Lid Open. Cleaning the Dispenser Drawer. Cleaning the Bleach Dispenser. Cleaning the Water Inlet Filters.
– Care in Cold Climates. Storing the Washer. When the Water Inlet Hoses are Frozen. When the Drain Hose is Frozen.

The washer is equipped with an automatic error-monitoring system to detect and diagnose problems at an early stage.


– The load is too small.
– Heavy articles are mixed with lighter items.
– The load is out of balance.

– Water supply faucets are not fully open.
– Water inlet hoses are kinked, pinched, or crushed.
– Water inlet filters are clogged.
– Water supply pressure to faucet or house is too low.
– Water supply connected with leak-limiting hoses.
– The end of the drain hose is lower than 29.5 inches (75 cm) above the bottom of the washer.

– Drain hose is kinked, pinched, or clogged.
– The end of the drain hose is more than 96 inches (2.4 m) above the bottom of the washer.

– The control lock function is on to prevent anyone from changing cycles or operating the washer.

– Special drain feature

– Lid is not closed properly.

– Lid is not locked properly.

– Foreign objects such as coins, pins, clips, etc., are caught between the pulsator and the inner tub.

– It is time to run the Tub Clean cycle.

– The washer has detected an out of balance load.

– Control error

– Water level is too high due to a faulty water valve.

– The water level sensor is not working correctly.

– A motor error has occurred.

– Clutch error

– Supply voltage is not correct.


– Lid lock sounds when the lid locks or unlocks.

Spraying or hissing
– Water spraying or circulating during the cycle

Humming or Gurgling
– Drain pump is pumping water from the washer at times during a cycle.

Water sloshing
– A liquid in the balance ring around the pulsator helps the basket spin smoothly.

Water being added after the washer has already begun to operate
– The washer adapts to the load size and type to add more water to the cycle as needed.
– The wash load may be unbalanced. If the washer senses that the load is unbalanced, it will stop and refill to redistribute the load.
– The washer may be diluting laundry additives to add to the wash load.

Rattling and clanking noise
– Foreign objects, such as keys, coins, or safety pins may be in tub or pump.

Thumping sound
– Heavy wash loads may produce a thumping sound.
– Wash load may be out of balance.

Vibrating noise
– Packaging materials were not removed.
– Wash load may be unevenly distributed in the tub.Wash load may be unevenly distributed in the tub.
– Not all leveling feet are resting firmly and evenly on the floor.
– Floor is not rigid enough.

Squeaking noise
– Packaging materials were not removed.

Banging noise when the washer is filling with water.(Water hammer)
– Plumbing in the home moves or flexes when the water valves in the washer shut off.
– Household water supply pressure is very high.


Water Leaking
– Hoses are not connected correctly.
– House drain pipes are clogged.
– Drain hose has come out of the drain connector or is not inserted far enough.
– A large item such as a pillow or blanket is above the top of the tub.
– Oversudsing of detergent

Excessive sudsing
– Too much detergent or incorrect detergent

Washer will not turn on.
– Power cord is not properly plugged in.
– House fuse is blown, circuit breaker has tripped, or power outage has occurred.

Wash cycle time is longer than usual.
– The washer automatically adjusts the wash time for the amount of laundry, water pressure and other operating conditions.

Incomplete or no dispensing of detergent
– Detergent compartments clogged from incorrect filling.
– Too much detergent used.
– Insufficient water supply
– Normal residue

Washer will not operate.
– Control panel has powered off due to inactivity.
– Washer is unplugged.
– Water supply is turned off.
– Controls are not set properly.
– Lid is open.
– Circuit breaker/fuse is tripped/blown.
– Start/Pause button was not pressed after the cycle was set.
– Extremely low water pressure.
– Washer is too cold.

Washer is not filling properly.
– Filter is clogged.
– Inlet hoses may be kinked.
– Energy efficiency
– Insufficient water supply
– Washer lid is open.
– Water level is too low.

Water in the washer does not drain or drains slowly.
– Drain hose is kinked, pinched, or clogged.
– The end of the drain hose is more than 96 inches (2.4 m) above the bottom of the washer.

Bleach does not dispense.
– Bleach dispenser cover is not properly installed (on some models).
– Bleach dispenser is dirty or clogged.

Premature dispensing of bleach
– Bleach dispenser filled for future load.
– Overfilling the bleach dispenser


– Washer is not unloaded promptly.
– Washer is overloaded.
– Hot and cold water inlet hoses are reversed.

– Bleach or softener dispensed too soon.
– Bleach or softener was added directly to the wash load in the tub.
– Washer was not unloaded promptly.
– Clothes were not properly sorted.

Poor stain removal
– Proper options are not selected.
– Previously set stains.

Musty or mildewy odor in the washer
– Incorrect or too much detergent has been used.
– Inside of the tub was not cleaned properly.


Your home appliance and smartphone are not connected to the Wi-Fi network.
– The password for the Wi-Fi that you are trying to connect to is incorrect.
– Mobile data for your smartphone is turned on.
– The wireless network name (SSID) is set incorrectly.
– The router frequency is not 2.4 GHz.
– The appliance is too far from the router.

WARRANTY. WARRANTY PERIOD (Washer Stainless/Steel Tub/Direct Drive Motor (Stator and Rotor). What this Limited Warranty Does Not Cover?

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