[updated 1/24/2018: Legal disclaimer added] In this Tech Tips video, Jeff explains what the E0 and E4 error codes mean, possible causes and some ways to resolve them.

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25 thoughts on “Tech Tips: How to Resolve the E0 and E4 Error Codes (L)

  1. Leenchoo chawaka says:

    Hello, I found this video to be uninformative for the present moment and rather a scheme to get people to call for their services. It is true that for the long terms those considerations are valid, however, we were able to fix the E4 error using the turning it off and on again. If you currently desperate for immediate I hope this information is rather helpful to you. If this seems to do the trick, you still may want to check if there is an underlying issue for future instances. Good luck!

  2. david andrews says:

    I have window LG unit that has e0 code ,unit was in storage for years and did work when plugged up display code ,removed board and cleaned out mud dobber in board area, where can I get new board and which one is it the one that. Has display in front

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