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I keep getting an error message e2 on my samsung sensor quick 800 frontloader.....not sure what to do

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SOURCE: I have a samsung sensor

I had the same problem. I ended up paying $300 ($100 part $200 labour) for an authorized technician to replace the control board and that fixed the problem.

Posted on Sep 22, 2010

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SOURCE: I am getting a 4E

4E refears to a water supply issue.

pull machine out, turn off the water and remove the inlet hose. put hose in a basin and turn on water, if water flowing the fault is on the machine end. although if the water pressure is very low the machine can time out filling and this will cause an error code. always try to have machine plumbed into the mains supply, not the tank in the attick.

where you unscrewed the inlet hose from the machine check for dirt or grit, if dirty get a pair of pliars and pull out the mesh and clean out. refit inlet hose and your sorted.

if not this its a new valve you need

Posted on Jun 25, 2011

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