1. ‘AE’ error occurs when the clutch is not properly working. ‘LE’, ‘LE1’, 'E6' errors occur when the motor fails or overheats. 2. This may occur when coins or foreign objects are caught between the washer’s drum and the pulsator. 3. Turn off the power, reset your washer and press the Spin button to run the spin cycle. 4. If you get the LE error again, turn the washer off, wait for the motor to cool and try to run the Spin cycle again. If you continue to get the LE error, turn off the machine and call for service. 5. If you are able to run the Spin cycle and drain the tub, remove all the laundry after draining. 6. Check if coins or other foreign objects are caught between the washer’s drum and the pulsator, and if found, remove them with tweezers or pliers. ※ If a repair technician is called for a problem which is not related to a defect in the manufacture of the appliance, a repair fee may be charged. Check in detail before calling for service.