Question about Samsung 4.3 cu. ft. VRT Plus , Steam and PowerFoam Front Load Washer
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I have a vrt ... I hope this helps.... Take of that little door on the front. Have a bucket or bowl ready. Bring down that little black hose, turn the white cap around and pull till it comes off. Drain into the bowl, turn the white filter cap counter clockwise to release some of the suction and wait till the hose stops draining. Remove cap, clean under running water w/ toothbrush. Manual says to make sure that the interior is free of anything (I wiped mine out) and then put it all back together again. Good luck
Posted on Sep 03, 2009
SOURCE: Samsung VRT washing machine
nF means that washer tried to fill but was unsuccessful. Water supply valves needs to be fully open. Lines may be kinked or screen by the hose hookup at the washer end may be restricting flow. Check to ensure the screens are cleaned by removing hose and pull screens and clean them then try the washer again
Posted on Jan 18, 2008
Don't buy any Samsung products. They're definitely not worth the money. We bought the front load 2009 washer and dryer about 14 months ago. Have always had problems with the dryer -- auto dry is a joke. The washer will not allow you to change the water temp. It's supposed to automatically correct the water temp; what a joke. AND the power went off today while the washer was filling with water, with clothes in the tub. No way to open the door, and we have to wait almost a week for a service call!!! IF YOU BUY SAMSUNG PRODUCTS, YOU WILL BE WASTING YOUR MONEY!!!
Posted on Aug 01, 2010
SOURCE: How do you remove the
Actually there should be a little door you can access at the bottom front to clean out your pump filter, I'm including my washers pictures. 1) You first open the little door at the bottom. You do not need any tools, just something to drain the water in to. 2) Unscrew the hose closure, put your hose down into the drain bucket. Drain all the water out, you may have to empty the bucket so you can get the hose lower next time. 3) Next unscrew the filter itself. Get anything out inside the hole, in my case it was a toothpick, I take a paper towel and dry out any grit or hair. 4) Put your hose closure back on, it is held in a clip, Then screw the filter back in. That's it. I would also recommend cleaning out the drawers that hold soap, bleach and fabric softener. Also clean around the rubber ring, it will help your washer last longer. Hope this helps you
Posted on Jun 02, 2011
I have the same washer and mine wouldn't spin out all the way sometimes leaving the clothes very heavy and wet. My problem was that the drain hose from the washer that you put inside your drain pipe had created a suction preventing it to drain properly. It might be worth checking. I know for forking out so much money on the thing it sure can be finicky.
Posted on Apr 18, 2012
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