How to set the water level in an LG washing machine
- Lift the lid of the LG washing machine and fill the tub with the soiled laundry up to the top row of holes in the tub.
- Turn the program selector clockwise to the desired washing program.
- Press one of the water level buttons that corresponds to the degree of soiling of the laundry in the tub.
Sensible ways to add water to the washing machine are to use the washing machine settings instead of increasing the amount of water for one load. Front loaders, HE loaders and some newer scrubber dryers rely on a load sensing function to adjust the amount of water based on the weight of the load.
|Little||Less than 1/3 full of clothes|
|path||Between 1/3 and 1/2 full of clothes|
|Great||Between 1/2 and 2/3 full of clothes|
|Very big and fantastic||More than 2/3 full of clothes|
Recognition of the water level switch When the glass is full, water enters the tube from below and increases the pressure in the cavity of the tube. When the pressure reaches the critical point, the switch stops the flow of water to the tank.
The washing machine records the size of the load and the weight of the laundry in the load. By determining the amount of laundry in the tub, the right amount of water is added. Save money by using less water. The water no longer fills the tub.
To increase the water level, turn the adjusting screw clockwise, to lower the water level, turn the screw counterclockwise. The water level must be below the top of the tank overflow line.
Front loaders clean on average better than front loaders and also use around 5 liters less water per cycle. Front loaders can also reduce energy consumption by up to 50% if an electric water heater is used.
Front loaders can clean clothes with less water because they use gravity to create motion by rotating the drum to push clothes above the waterline and put them back in the water over and over again. Gravity allows front loaders to clean clothing with half the water.
Even a heavy load of laundry should not fill the washing machine for more than 45 minutes. For a front-loading washing machine, hold the clothes up but don’t push them over the last row of holes in the front (the row closest to the door). Do not load the agitator with a conventional charger.
According to the US Department of Energy, the front rings reduce water consumption by nearly 40%. A standard charging disc consumes approximately 40 liters of water when fully charged. A full-size front-loading disc consumes only 20 to 25 liters.
Be there and close the water outlet when the water is full to your liking. Alternatively, it is also very convenient to fill the machine with water from the bucket. Be careful not to overflow.