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Washer Electronic Control Board EBR76262102


Part #EBR76262102

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Original equipment manufacturer (OEM) part number EBR76262102. Fits LG model WT1101CW top-load washer.

Electronic control board EBR76262102 manages the washer's functions such as filling, washing, draining and spinning.

Unplug the washer and pull off the back console panel to access and replace the electronic control board.

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Model NameModel NumberDiagram Name
Model #WT1101CW/00 LG washerWT1101CW/00
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1-8 of 21 reviews
ArkansasReviews 2Votes 0
• 1 year ago
Nonnie• 1 year ago
No problem to install

Took about half an hour from start to finish to install.

VirginiaReviews 1Votes 0
• 1 year ago
TomC• 1 year ago
Right choice

I found the right part, at the right price and it was shipped quickly. Money well spent!

El paso, txReviews 1Votes 0
• 2 years ago
Jess20• 2 years ago
Part was in stock

Great customer service. Very helpful. Part arrived on time

Orlando, FloridaReviews 2Votes 0
• 3 years ago
Jkm9mm• 3 years ago
easy to install

easy to install its to bad that the part went bad to begin with

Travers Citt, MIReviews 1Votes 0
• 3 years ago
Geebee7• 3 years ago
Exactly what we needed

My husband changed out the old one and installed this one within 1/2 hour.

Sugar Land TXReviews 1Votes 0
• 3 years ago
FAOA• 3 years ago
Easy to install

Easy to install, it would be easier if there were instruction on how to access the old board.

Jackson, MSReviews 1Votes 5
• 3 years ago
thirdcup• 3 years ago
Fixed my OE error and draining issue

I had an issue that caused an OE error and the unit wouldn't drain. I tested the pump and it worked so the Control Board (PCB) turned out to be the culprit. This board is pretty easy to install. Here's what I did:

  1. Pry plastic caps on either side of display board with a small screwdriver
  2. Unscrew screws that are located under cap with either a Philips screwdriver or a socket.
  3. Slide entire display to the left and lift from machine
  4. Remove metal cover from rear (it's attached with small tabs)
  5. Remove 5 screws that connect PCB and LED display to plastic cover (be sure to place plastic cover with the different cycle buttons on a soft surface to prevent scratching)
  6. Remove PCB from LED display by releasing plastic tabs around back edge of display
  7. Use small screwdriver to push in connector tabs and remove connectors from control board
  8. Make connections to new control board
  9. Reassemble

The process was quite easy. I did have a difficult time removing one of the smaller connectors from the old board due to the fact that the silicone from the old board had, in essence, glued the connector to it. Feel free to take pictures of the connections before you disassemble, but it looks as if each connector is very different as to prevent mistakes. There's one connector on mine that doesn't have a wire (same on original unit). A picture of my old control board with connections is attached to this review in case you forget to take one and feel you need a photo of the connections.

Once I reassembled everything, my OE error was gone and the unit was back to draining as it should.

Cary, NCReviews 1Votes 1
• 4 years ago
SB7301• 4 years ago
Easy to install.

It was an easy install. Just removed screws and face plate of washer.

1-8 of 21 reviews