Samsung produces a wide range of different electronic products, including smartphones, tablets, televisions, air conditioners, and washing machines. Samsung makes a variety of different products, each of which has its own unique set of features and capabilities.
Samsung makes washing machines that are very popular. The washer machines are available in many different sizes and shapes.
But Samsung washing machines are not immune to error codes; in fact, some error codes are very common. This article will discuss some of the most common error codes that are associated with washing machines manufactured by Samsung, and it will also provide some useful tips on how to fix them.
Water level sensor is not working. If this happens, call Samsung Customer Service. This means that you need to disconnect the appliance from the mains and wait 30 seconds before you start the wash cycle.
Switch appliances back on and start a new program. If error code still occurs, please call the customer support team. If problems persist, please contact the customer support team.
Water supply error. There is no water to run the appliance. Appliance is not detecting that it is full of water. Check that the water supply is turned on and that the water pressure is high (min: 0.5 bar, max: 8 bar).
Check to see if the hoses have not become kinked in the water supply. Check water filters in the outlet area of the water valve. If the water supply is not working, please contact the Samsung customer service team.
If water is not draining properly from the appliance, the problem is that the water is blocking the drain. Water is leaking from the appliance, but it is not draining. Check the filter for any blocked nozzles, such as lint, coins, hair or other objects.
Check drain hoses and waste connections for kinks and blockages. If the problem persists, please contact the customer support team. Usually it is necessary to turn off the appliance and turn on another machine while you try to drain the water that is left in it.
Power error. Power button stuck in the wrong position. This means that you need to disconnect the appliance from the mains and wait 30 seconds before you start the wash cycle. Switch appliances back on and start a new program. If error code still occurs, please call the customer support team.
Power button error. It can be a difficult task to reset the washing machine because the buttons are not working properly. That button held in place for too long.
Check whether any of the buttons are stuck or if they are locked in place. If they are, remove them and try again. Disconnect appliances from the mains and clean the buttons gently by wiping down the buttons with a damp cloth.
If you have problems with your washing machine, you can try running it through several power cycles. Sometimes you will be able to fix the problem by performing a simple power cycle. Some appliances just do not start up and run fine, and if that happens, you need to try to troubleshoot the problem.
Resetting your washing machine will erase all the error codes that the appliance has ever generated, which means that it will be harder for a technician to identify and fix the problem.