Samsung makes many different electronic products, including smartphones, tablets, televisions, air conditioners, and washing machines. Samsung manufactures a variety of different kinds of electronic products, and each of the different models has different capabilities.
Samsung also makes a variety of different microwave ovens. Samsung microwaves are well known for their high quality and durability. They are often used by people who want to quickly cook a large quantity of food.
But Samsung microwaves are not immune to errors, and they can cause a variety of different problems. It is not uncommon for microwaves to give errors when they start to function, and error codes can cause a variety of problems. This article will discuss the most common errors that are associated with Samsung microwaves, and we will provide some helpful tips on how to fix them.
SE error codes are very common on Samsung microwaves. They usually mean that there is a problem with the microwaves touchpad or the microwaves control board. It is common for microwaves to give an SE error code when they try to detect that someone is pressing a stuck button or when there is a dirty ribbon cable running from the microwave to the power supply. In severe cases, the control board may have a problem that only requires that you replace the whole control board.
SE error codes are dangerous, because sometimes the microwave will turn off itself. If your microwave is doing this, make sure that you disconnect the power source and try to fix the error code. SE error codes are sometimes accompanied by the microwave beeping several times. Opening and closing the microwave door temporarily fixes this problem.
SE error codes sometimes occur when the microwave does not detect that buttons are being pressed, because the display on the microwave may be dirty. Cleaning and drying the microwave control panel can help resolve any problems.
Try restarting the microwave and trying to get rid of the SE error code. Resetting a microwave means that you must disconnect the power for 60 seconds. Even if there is a glitch in the system, the microwave should function normally after a reset.
Samsung microwave error code E-11 indicates that there is a problem with the humidity sensor. Check for the humidity sensor or the wire harness in the middle of the microwave. It is located in the top right corner of the microwave. It is located on the left side of the microwave, on the right side, underneath the outer panel.
If any of the error codes are displayed on the display of your Samsung microwave, that is a good sign that the temperature sensor is working properly. There may be a problem with the temperature sensor. Pull the power cord out of the socket to turn the microwave off. If the error code is E-16, turn off the microwave and try again. If no error code appears, restart the microwave. If the error codes continue to occur, wait until the error code is resolved before turning off the microwave for more than 30 seconds and starting it again.