LG Warranty Information

How Long Are LG Appliances Guaranteed For?

The length of your LG warranty will depend largely on the type of appliance you have purchased. Generally, fridges, washing machines, dishwashers, and cookers carry a 2-year parts and labour warranty. Washing machines offer an additional – years direct drive guarantee. Cookers have an additional 8-year warranty for induction coils and televisions. If you are unsure of the length of your guarantee or would like more details, look for it on the LG Support page. You can also call LG UK support on 0844-847-5454.

LG Warranty Extensions

You won’t suddenly rely on your appliances less when your warranty expires. Fortunately, you can extend you warranty quickly and easily with us. In fact, you can extend the warranties on many appliances in your home for as little as £12.49 a month on one policy.

If you only want to extend the warranty on one LG appliance, we will do that for you too with minimal hassle. Our extended warranties cover many brands including LG and offer you peace of mind that your home will keep running smoothly with less unexpected expenses.

Please note that appliances need to be younger than 8 years old when your policy starts and not have any pre-existing faults.

When I need to repair my LG Appliance

The first port of call is to check LG’s help library to see if the issue you are experiencing can be easily resolved. This help library offers questions and answers about common appliance problems. If your appliance is still not working as it should and it still falls under the LG guarantee, you should call them on 0844 847 5454 (7 days a week).

If you are making a claim under our extended warranty, ensure you have your claim approved by calling us with information about the breakdown.

Once the information above has been confirmed, we will arrange for one of our authorised repairers to call you to arrange a convenient time to fix your appliance.

About LG

Established in 1958, LG Electronics has become a global leader in home appliances & electronics. Read more here.

(Research & information correct at January 2014)