Question about Samsung WF337AA Front Load Washer
The door gasket has a split and I need to repace it. Do you know where I can find instructions on how to repalce?
Thank you very much. gabriela
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I have finally found a reference in Samsung's own knowledgebase, online in which they indicate that this appliance was designed for European water pressure systems and that in the US and Canada, often water pressure can be much higher than in Europe (although the manual says it is good for 800kpa, which is a darn sight higher than they use in Europe, I think European domestic supply is regulated to 400kpa).
Whatever the case may be, I have noticed that my house has what appears to be rather high water pressure (subjectively of course). So, first I checked the leaking with it set to a cold only cycle, and low and behold, greatly diminished (since it was only drawing water from one line, hence a lower volume of water). Then I closed both supply taps about 2 thirds the way, and voila, problem is gone.
It makes way less noise now when filling, and I cannot really tell that the washtime has been extended excessively due to the longer fill times?
Would love some feedback if this fixes your problem?
Posted on Jun 09, 2008
SOURCE: Detergent drawer
I ended up having to call Samsung support for this same question. Left to right two vertical bars = detergent (liquid or Powder) flower = softner, single vertical bar = bleach.
Posted on Nov 11, 2008
It could be. The front feet have to be manually adjusted but the rear feet are self leveling. If the wood is giving enough to allow the frame to touch ground then it could cause a leveling problem. The front feet are made of plastic on the newer machines if the plastic foot is stripped out, it could be allowing the machine to become un-level during operation.
Posted on Feb 23, 2009
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