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H20 is "no fill" or difficult fill. To test:Put the temp select switch on HOT, start machine. If water comes out check the flow amount. If no water flow, replace inlet water valve. If there is water flow switch to COLD, restart machine, if necessary. If water comes out check the flow amount should be approximately equal or slightly more than flow on HOT. If no water flow, replace inlet water valve. Move selector to WARM, restart machine if necessary. Now there should be twice the flow of water than with just HOT and COLD temps. If all seems good turn off the water supply taps. Loosen the connections at the machine. Wait for the hoses to relax before unscrewing them too far. If they do not relax STOP retighten and let me know. After removing the hoses check the screens condition in the end of valve. Those screens can become fouled with lime and other debris. Use a toothbrush and a spray bottle to remove crud. Hold the end of the hoses over a bucket or in the tub of washer and turn on TAPs to check the pressure, it doesn't have to blast out of there (but it likely will if you turn TAPs too far, so be careful) still it has to be more than a weak flow. If the screens are clean and if there is good flow the water valve should function, if it doesn't it is defective and will need replaced. BUT, before you do that you should try one more thing. Make sure you UNPLUG THE MACHINE FOR THIS! Open the console and disconnect and reconnect every wire connector you see. If a connection doesn't pop right off just give it a good wiggle. The goal here is to verify that connections are good, so reseat what you can and wiggle the rest and give wires that go through plastic connectors a slight push from behind the connector. Then plug the machine back in and give it a try. It's worked for me more than once. Let me know what you find out.
This means the water cannot flow through the machine. Normal fix is to
prime the machine (turn water dispenser on, fill a cup) or descale the
machine. Go through the menu, select descale, enter, then turn the steam knob fully anti-clockwise. You should put the descaling solution in the water tank first.
If you have the auto-descale in the menu then run it. Run the solution through the machine twice. Then rinse well.
It sounds like the water inlet valve is not functioning like it should. It is supposed to open to allow water to flow in when the Control Board gives the signal to open. First, try cleaning the Water Inlet Valve Filter. Turn the water supply off and remove the Water Supply Hoses. You will see the filter inside the Valve. Clean it out, and reconnect the hoses. Try washing again. If no water flows into the machine, you will need to replace the Inlet Valve/s. Try running an empty wash with just cold water, and then try running an empty wash with just hot water. If neither are working, you may have a control board fault. If only one side works, replace that sides water inlet valve.
My best suggestion would be to contact Samsung via telephone and have them issue a service request. Their warranties are very good, and you should have no problem getting your machine repaired free of charge. The phone numbers are listed at Samsung.com.
Check to make sure that there is water in the boiler by either checking the sight glass then rocking the machine to see if the water level bobs up and down, then check the thermal reset switch on the left side of the machine above the element. Make sure there is water in the boiler before pressing reset and turning machine to number 2. After machine heats up make sure pressure does not go past 1.5 bars on the gauge. If it does then the p.stat needs to be replaced.
If there are filter screens in the lines, are they clogged?
If set to warm, does any water flow at all?
If there is no water flow, first check the water level switch to see if it is working...this is located on the bottom of the machine...it is generally round and has a tube running to the tub and two or more wires. It should have closed contacts to let the water valve work.
If there is some water flow, the valve is likely bad or the supply is clogged.
If the switch is continuous, the problem may be the timer.
Tamp the coffee a little less - run water through filter basket to make sure it is dripping out before filling with espresso grounds. Dry the filter thoroughly before inserting coffee grounds. I would reccomend using double filter basket only instead of the single.
its in your cold water line valve to the washer if it works good with hot water the valve are incoming line being blocked when you turn it on the pressure comes in fast then when pressure is gone water slows down so when its off the pressure builds back up it runs fast then slow