Question about Samsung Washing Machines
The first thing to do is open the door remove the wire spring that holds the rubber boot in place.You will need to lift the edge of the rubber boot to see the wire clamp.
Then you will need to remove the lid by taking out the two screws that hold it in place they are on the back.Next remove the four screws that hold the control panel in place.
Then remove the screws that hold the front panel in place.also be sure to remove the soap dispenser unit. after you take off the front panel you may remove the counter balances if you want to to remove the rest of the boot it does make it a bit easier but you do not have to if you do not want to.
I hopes this helps you out.
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Posted on Jan 01, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: rubber door seal mouldy
Wouldn't normallyexpect a few mould spots to leave that bad a smell, so likely you've got two distinct issues.
Starting with the water trapped in the seal: Open the door and very carefully slip your fingers into the seal where the water is gathering (to stop your hand getting trapped between the drum and the outer casing, put your other hand inside the drum and push it up out of the way - just be careful not to let it spring back too fast).
At the very lowest point,of the space inside the seal, either at the very front or the very back (so tucked into the corner between the floor of the seal and it's front or back wall), you'll find a little drainage slot. Once you've cleared the inevitable blockage from this slot, your seal problems should vanish.
If the foul smell is coming from inside the machine, the problem is likely to be grey sludge inside the works of the machine. This is usually caused by modern detergents not being quite as good at working at 30 degrees as they claim to be. The answer is to run a cycle every now and then with no laundry, detergent, or conditioner in the machine, on the longest, hottest programme the machine will support. This should be sufficient to dissolve the rotting sludge and pump it away down the drain.
Posted on Apr 06, 2008
I don't think it is easy to remove it, but you can clean it with white spirit or something similar.
Posted on Oct 29, 2008
you will need to remove front panel this is quite easy,turn off mains open door and look for steel band spring holding front lip of door seal this needs to be removed it will be tight but will pull off,push door seal into drum so as out of the way, look at bottom of panel you will find 2 or 4 holding screws dependent on age of appliance undo these ,there is one other screw to undo behind the soap drawer take out draw and remove screw it is bottom r/h/side one you can then pull front panel away you need to disconnect door lock plug just pulls out.
remove panel out of the way and you will see another steel band holding back of seal to wash tub remove this and pull of door seal. reverse procedure to fit new one a little washing up liquid may help reassembly fit panel etc run check for leaks.
Posted on Aug 05, 2009
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