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Samsung top loading washer not draining

Top Loading WP400 reads "nd" on display, does not drain. Removed drain hose and it is not clogged.

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The problem is most likely change in the drain pump and sump area (rubber boot going from tub to pump). It is axcessed by removing the lower front panel. Disconnecting and reconnecting the hoses to the pump are real tricky!!!!!!!!!

Posted on Jan 16, 2008

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Is the drain hose kinked or clogged? Is the drain hose installed properly? look in the installation Instructions, Press POWER/CANCEL to clear display........ hope this helps.....

Posted on Jan 08, 2010

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SOURCE: My Samsung WF218ANW/XAA front load washer will not

lefever352, I am currently trying to solve this same issue on the identical model. I removed , cleaned, and re-assembled all the water tubes and the entire pump assembly. The pump works but for some reason it is not priming into the drain tube. The pump assembly appears to have a diaphram over the outlet opening and it it looks like this might be the problem. I am still hunting the solution, BUT so far the above actions have to resolve our issue. I hope perhaps Fixya can help.

Posted on Jan 22, 2011

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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

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SOURCE: i drained my drain hose

you will need to open the plug to the drain pump and make sure there is no obstruction that will be stopping the drain pump. if you remove the cover the drain pump there will still be water that comes out.

If there is no panel on the front so you can get at the drain pump you are going to have to remove the front panel of the washer to get to the drain pump.

The lid needs to be removed then the control panel and the rubber boot on the front panel lift the edge of the rubber boot and you will see the retainer clamp.

Posted on Mar 03, 2011

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What does nd mean on front load samsung washer


If the display is flashing "Nd", the machine is showing a no drain condition which is usually related to a backed up drain hose or a clogged debris filter.

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to start with for your first problem "NF"if u Insert the drain hose too far into the drain it may cause a syphon effect stopping any water from draining out of the washing machine. and that will cause an "Nd" error.and 6e9df0b6-14e5-4444-9dca-eea3526ce7ee.jpgmake sureto the make sure there is power to the washer and if there isn't there is a good possibility it is the

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Quoted from Samsung FAQs:
"If your washer is beeping, and the display is flashing "Nd", your machine is showing a no drain condition which is usually related to a backed up drain hose or a clogged debris filter.
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Hello & Welcome to FixYa

ND error in your Front Load washer indicates no drain issue. To start with check the drain hose for any clogs and try cleaning it, then check restriction in drain pump assembly or loose wire at the pump, located inside the bottom front access panel of the unit. Please get back to me if you have any other questions.

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Samsung washer keeps reading ND. Have manually drained the washer, cleaned all the hoses out. Found a coin, removed it, washed a blanket and the washer worked fine. However when doing another load, again...


The nd error code stands for No Drain.

Try following the steps here:
http://ars.samsung.com/customer/usa/jsp/faqs/faqs_view_us.jsp?SITE_ID=1&PG_ID=4&PROD_SUB_ID=864&PROD_ID=866&AT_ID=149972

You will need to slide the unit forward to access the pump if there is no access panel on the lower front. If the clean out access panel is on the lower front bail the water from the washer and twist the filter head counter-clockwise. If the front panel does not have the access panel the washer will need to be slide forward. With the washer pulled out the back access panel can be removed. With the panel removed, the drain pump will be visible. Remove the two hoses on the pump followed by the two 7/16 bolts that mount the pump down. With the pump off, you can now remove the debris inside.
Put the washer back together and test for proper operation. If the error code comes back this means that the pump is clogged again or the pump has failed and would need to be replaced.

I hope this information helps you. A 4-thumbs up rating is greatly appreciated. :)

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I have a ND code on my samsung front load washer


Hello & Welcome to FixYa

ND error in your Front Load washer indicates no drain issue. To start with check the drain hose for any clogs and try cleaning it, then check restriction in drain pump assembly or loose wire at the pump. Please get back to me if you have any other questions.

Kevin

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Have samsung silvercare front loading washer....received and error code of ND what do I do?


"ND" means "Not Draining". I have the same washer, and when I get this problem, it's usually because I've tried to wash something that is causing over-sudsing (like a bath robe that was previously washed in an inefficient washing machine which left a lot of soap behind).
I find that turning the machine off, then selecting "Rinse and Spin" works. I suppose if it's a serious Not Draining problem, it could be that the drain hose is clogged somehow -- start by making sure they're not kinked.

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My Maytoag Bravos Top load washer drains really


Is the drain hose kinked or clogged? Is the drain hose installed properly? look in the installation Instructions, Press POWER/CANCEL to clear display........ hope this helps.....

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