Question about Samsung WA422PRHDWR 4.2 Cu. Ft. VRT Top Load Washer
Waste water tube - ok drain - ok pump - ? when waste water tube is removed the water flows out freely. Likewise when water is sent trough the waste water tube. It just does not drain on its own. No Leaks. Spin refuses to activate (maybe because it senses the water is not draining.) bad pump? sensors?
In my case, one of my stainless collar stays had ended up in the laundry and was stopping the pumps impeller from spinning. After spending an hour taking apart the washer and fishing around in the pump, I got the stay out and the washer drains fine now.
Posted on Aug 24, 2015
I had a the same issue and my fix ended up being the leveling sensor. repair man said if you tilt your washer to far in any direction it throws it off...hmmm
Posted on Dec 27, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
there is always a little water left in the drum assembly when done pumping. however it is usually well below the level of the clothes basket/drum so that there is none contacting the clothes when at rest.
if you can actually visibly see water within the clothes basket/drum when the cycle is complete, then check below.
have you lengthened the drain hose beyond the standard length to reach to your taller than normal sewer/drain inlet??? if so then you're getting more water returning to the unit when the pump shuts off and if the extra hose is long enough then theres enough water returning to your tub so that the basket sits in water at rest..
if so you'll need to install a check valve to keep the additional water from going backwards into your unit. some of these units have one built into the drain hose where it connects to the pump.. i tried looking yours up via the model # listed on the 1st page but got nowhere with that number.
you could also have a restriction in your pump or drain assembly that may be slowing things down some.. can't be of more help without proper model # though..
hope this helps,
best of luck,
Posted on Oct 25, 2009
Check the drain pump itself. But at the same time if your clothes are still sudsy it sounds like it is not going through all the cycles. Almost like it is skipping a cycle
Posted on Feb 12, 2009
SOURCE: I have a samsung wf203anw
Posting a problem with your POS Samsung washer here is a waste of time! UII currently have the same problem a lot are having with this not draining nd code and I AM NOT going to pay for a tech to tell me that I have to have a guy come in to take my washer apart. I will do it myself!
Posted on Feb 28, 2011
1E error mean there is malfuntion on your sensor pressure. Maybe because the sensor is damage or rusted. You must replaced, it's cost me about $15
Posted on Jun 10, 2009
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