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Samsung WF210ANW 3.5 Cu. Ft. White Front Load Washer Questions & Answers
Samsung washing machine error SUD + SE
When a error code SUD appears there is an option (as it says in the manual) that this is a problem of the type of detergent or softener, but if it does not solve your problem, and in addition you get error code SE it is probably a different problem, so open the filter cover and clean it well, sometimes after you have cleaned and error are not disappear, there is a rare option that sock was go through the washing drum to the bottom of the heating tank(https://www.facebook.com/Israelitweets/videos/1735754073321933/) and stuck in transit pipe before entering to the water filter, which cause the problem of drainage, so re open the filter house put your finger into the left hole and try to grab the sock, now the problem is solved!
I have samsung and it displays l5
If it is E2 15 then it may be a switch error (Main Relay error) Check for stuck button switches or power button switch for sticking. May need to replace the main PBA. Verify the error and provide the model number to verify the error code specific to your model.
Does a Samsung washing machine model WA12VP have a drain pump? It has a drain motor to activate the draining valve for draining right? Thank you.
Yes, the Samsung washing machine model WA12VP has a drain pump. The drain pump is responsible for pumping water out of the washing machine during the draining stage of the wash cycle.
It is possible that the issue you are experiencing is related to the drain valve rather than the drain pump. The drain valve is what opens to allow the water to flow out of the machine, and if it is not opening properly, the water will not drain.
To troubleshoot the issue, you can try manually opening the drain valve to see if water flows out of the machine. If it does not, then the issue is likely with the drain valve and it may need to be replaced.
If the drain valve is working properly, then you may need to check the wiring and control board for issues that may be preventing the drain pump from activating during the draining stage.
Samsung wf45n washing machine adds water turns a few times and then pauses.
Based on the information provided, it seems like there could be a few possible reasons why your Samsung WF45N washing machine is pausing in the wash cycle intermittently. Here are a few things you could try to troubleshoot the issue:
- Check the water level sensor: If the washing machine adds water but then pauses, it could be due to a faulty water level sensor. The sensor might be incorrectly detecting the water level and causing the machine to pause. You can try cleaning the sensor or replacing it if necessary.
- Check the motor control board: If the motor control board is faulty, it could be causing the machine to pause intermittently. You can try checking the board for any signs of damage or replacing it if necessary.
- Check the door switch: If the door switch is faulty, it could be causing the machine to pause intermittently. Make sure the switch is clean and functioning properly.
- Check for any error codes: If your Samsung washing machine has a digital display, it might be displaying an error code that could help identify the issue. Check the user manual to see how to retrieve error codes, and then troubleshoot the issue accordingly.
If none of these solutions work, it might be best to contact a professional repair service or Samsung customer service for further assistance.
My Samsung washing machine is stuck at the rinsing cycle, it does not drain. Can the water level faulty pressure sensor cause it?
Yes, a faulty water level pressure sensor can cause a washing machine to get stuck at the rinsing cycle and not drain. The water level pressure sensor is responsible for detecting the water level in the washing machine tub and signaling the control board to activate the drain pump to remove the water. If the pressure sensor is faulty and cannot detect the water level, it may not signal the control board to activate the drain pump, causing the washing machine to get stuck in the rinsing cycle.
To troubleshoot this issue, you can try the following steps:
- Turn off the washing machine and unplug it from the power source.
- Locate the water level pressure sensor, which is typically located on the side of the washing machine tub.
- Check the wiring and connections to make sure they are secure and not damaged.
- Use a multimeter to test the continuity of the water level pressure sensor. If the sensor is faulty, it will need to be replaced.
- If the sensor appears to be working properly, check the drain pump and hoses for clogs or obstructions.
- Reconnect the washing machine and run a cycle to see if the issue has been resolved.
If you are unsure about performing any of these steps or if the issue persists, it is recommended to contact a qualified technician for assistance.
Samsung Big Wash b1415j Wiring Loom
First, see what the burned wires connected to, and find out why so much current was going through those wires. Otherwise, your repair will fail and the new wires will burn out. It is very unlikely you will be able to buy an exact replacement wiring harness. Go to an appliance recycling establishment and ask if you can pick through the wiring removed from junked appliances. Look for wire of the same gauge (diameter), type (usually stranded), voltage and temperature rating. Gauge, voltage and temperature are usually printed on the wire. Ideally, you would find wire of the same color as the original as well, including stripes.
Cut the damaged section(s) out of the wires, and splice in the replacement wire with crimp connectors. These are the most durable under vibration. You will need a crimping tool anyway to install the connection terminals on the ends of the wires (unless you find wires with good terminals already on the ends).
Samsung Dishwasher DW80K7050US Drain Normally at the Beginning but Not During the Cycle
It's conceivable that there is a problem with the drain pump or the drain line if your Samsung dishwasher drains normally at the beginning of the cycle but not during it.
You can try the following methods to solve the issue:
Inspect for obstructions in the drain hose:
Check to see if there are any kinks or obstructions in the drain hose that might be preventing water from flowing through it.
Use a long, flexible brush or a plumber's snake to unclog any obstructions you encounter.
Examine the drain pump: During the cycle, the drain pump propels water out of the dishwasher.
Water from the dishwasher might not be able to drain if the pump isn't working properly.
By removing the bottom access panel and finding the drain pump, you can inspect the pump.
Check the area around the pump for any debris or impediments that might be restricting it.
Test the continuity of the pump with a multimeter if it is clear.
It could be necessary to replace the pump if it is not performing properly.
Inspect the float switch: The float switch is placed inside the dishwasher and is responsible for monitoring the water level.
The switch may be stopping the dishwasher from emptying correctly if it is jammed or not working properly.
Make sure the switch can move freely by inspecting it.
Try wiping it with a moist towel if it's stuck.
Check the dishwasher's control board: The control board is the "brain" of the dishwasher and is responsible for regulating the various functions. If the board is malfunctioning, it may be preventing the dishwasher from draining properly. Check the board for any signs of damage or corrosion. If it appears to be damaged, it may need to be replaced.
If none of these steps resolve the issue, it's recommended that you contact a professional appliance repair
I HAVE A SAMSUNG WASHER MODEL WF306LAW/XAA IT HAS
You can bypass this part and throw it away if you don't use the silver-care feature on your washer. Simply route the longer of the two hoses directly to the soap tray. Use an appropriately sized screw and the existing clamp to plug the smaller hose. Electrical tape and zip tie the two wire ends and their connectors so they don't flop around. El-cheapo solution!
My samsung washer has a CL code on it and i want to remove it
CL means that the Control Lock (Child Lock) feature has been toggled on. Turning this on and off depends on the model. You need to press and hold two buttons on the key pad simultaneously for 3+ seconds. On some models, the correct pair is Soil Level and Spin. On others, it's the Temp and Rinse combination. Look for a line below the buttons that goes between the correct pair of buttons with Child Lock (or a padlock with a face symbol) in the middle of the line. This will be in a much smaller font than most of the button labels.
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