Question about Samsung Dishwashers
My Samsung DMS500TRW is coming up with an error code E2 which is an e water supply code. It was going one day and the next day the code came up, however nothing with the water supply has changed, and indeed I have checked that the water supply is there. Is this a common problem with this dishwasher, and what else can I do to fix it? It is just out of warranty, but has hardly been used, so shouldn't break down like this!
Take the water hose off the shut off valve under the sink. If you can't completely shut off the water, the rubber washer has broken off small pieces that will travel up the hose. Check for a partial blockage.
Posted on Mar 23, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Here are the error codes from Samsung's website:
Error Codes If your dishwasher is displaying an error code, please refer to your users manual for an explanation. If you don't have your users manual on hand, you can download it from Samsung's Download Center. To go to the Download Center and download the users manual for your dish washer, click here.
Common error codes caused by installation errors are:
Posted on Apr 15, 2009
SOURCE: LE Code Help - DMR57 Series
I had the same problem. On the bottom of the unit is a tray the catches any water that leaks from the tub. In the tray is a sensor that shuts off the unit and water if it get wet. Take the tray off and see if water is in it. If so, you have a leak somewhere. You might be able to dry off the sensor and get it to work but if you have a leak, you want to know. Best way to check is put the dishwasher up on two milk crates, leave the tray off and turn it on the rinse cycle and see if any water drips.
On my first unit, the rubber seal was installed wrong at the factory. They replaced the seal, but the error came up again. When checked out, the tub was leaking too. The dishwasher was replaced with another one. After one wash, the same problem occurred. LE error. I took it back and got a different Samsung model. It just stopped working after only two weeks. Evidently the touch pad sensors are bad because it will not turn on. Needless to say I'm getting tired of installing dishwashers. I think I will go for a different brand.
Posted on Feb 21, 2009
I'm sure you disrupted the sequencing! If its full of water, drain it. If its got no water in it, then manually fill it! This should get you back into sequence and up and running.
Posted on Feb 05, 2009
SOURCE: error code E2
Error Code E2 means the pump is blocked. The remedy is to take the filter out which is underneath the bottom dish basket and ensure its is clean and free from debris. Then use a small container to empty the water sitting in the bottom of the machine/filter housing and ensure that no waste is stuck in the bottom. That should clear it
Posted on Nov 26, 2009
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