Question about Samsung WF206ANS Front Load Washer
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Some units have been built with a fail-safe system that will allow you to open the door only after you unplug and stop the power to the washer. This may not cure the plroblem, but it will get it open and you can address the cause later. Goodluck, Macgivor
Posted on Jan 02, 2010
there should be a manual drainage trap door around the bottom of the washer. You just need to open it up and unscrew the cap and hose and the water should just drain itself free.
Be sure to check the insides of where the water is coming out from for debris. If it's dirty, clean it up and you shouldn't have a problem again.
Posted on Aug 07, 2008
My wife uses color sheets in the wash. Guess what jammed up the impeller! It was thin enough to get to the pump intake and wrapped around the impeller blades. Thanks for the tip!!! Saved a bunch of time and money on this fix! Plus made me look good ! ;-)
Posted on Feb 02, 2010
SOURCE: door won't close/lock
Just had the same issue. The latch, which rotates up and forward, is spring-loaded towards the rear. If 'tripped' to closed position, it cannot rotate back down until it's carrier/hinge slides slightly forward. I bent a sturdy wire into a long 'U', then bent both ends down (~3/8in) and slightly outward to hook over the latch-hinges and pull both sides gently (its plastic) forward, while rotating the latch downward with a small screwdriver. be careful to keep what appears to be a brown plastic button raised, if it pops down from above the latch. Yes, having 4 hands would help, but the 'U' wire can pull from behind the two outer edges with one finger. Once the latch rotates down, release tension on the 'U' wire and extricate it - problem solved.
Jon (We don need no steenkin manuals)
'Build a more idiot-proof machine, and the universe will build a better idiot.'
"We don't take no s*** from no machines."
Colonel Jason Grant (Walter Koenig), Moontrap 1989
Posted on Dec 19, 2010
SOURCE: i have a samsung front
This means your drain is blocked. You may have access to it through the front at the bottom but If you cant access it from the front You will have to tilt the machine back as far as safely possible to access the bottom of the machine. Locate the drain pump which will be at the bottom font or back corner and remove the hose that connects the pump to the tub, you will need to have a basin ready to catch any water. You most likely have a sock or something stuck. Hope this helps
Posted on Mar 01, 2011
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