If you ever face a situation where your washer shows motor issues, you can try the steps below for troubleshooting. At times, it is because of the sensors. They can automatically slow down or stop the spin cycle if any issue or problem is detected.
All Samsung washers depend on the motor to spin the drum. However, it may sometimes fail, producing error codes like 3E, 3E1, 3E2, 3E3, and 3E4. The solution is to turn off the main switch for at least 30 seconds and then turn it on. Select a different cycle and see if the machine shows any other error code. If it is still showing an error, then contact their customer service.
There might be times when your washer stops spinning. It would help if you looked into several things because there may be various reasons your washer has stopped working. As a solution, you can try unloading the entire load if you’re seeing error codes like “Ub” or “Ur.” To solve this issue, make sure that your washer is leveled, or if not, you can adjust the leveling legs. You can also try rearranging the washing evenly in the drum.
If you see that your Samsung dryer just won’t shut off and keeps getting stuck each minute, you need a solution to this issue. First, you can try unplugging the dryer, then turn it on again to see if it’s working fine or still having issues. You can check this by looking at the control board and timer. Your dryer will start working once you replace these components and if it still doesn’t work, make sure to contact the customer care providers or a general technician to look at the problem.
If you see that your dryer timer is not working, it might be due to a fault in the thermostat. A cycling thermostat is usually responsible for advancing the timer and alternating between the timer motor and the heater circuit.
The solution to this problem is that you’ll have to use a multimeter to check the thermostat; the reading should be zero or infinity. If it’s something else, then you’ll have to replace it.
Samsung refrigerators frequently leak for a variety of common triggers. Wherever the leak initially appears, the most significant factor is typically clogged defrost drain line, a broken water entry valve, or a troublesome water filter. Water on the floor, at the water faucet, under the crisper, or even at the water filter are just a few signs that might result from these fundamental causes.
Samsung refrigerators are designed to tilt back slightly, so you need to confirm if they are leveled, if water is not due to their position, and if it is a leak. It could be due to condensation if your fridge was turned off for a while or went out of power. Or the leaking water may also be a spill or leak from any food items in the refrigerator.
If it’s none of these issues, you need to call the support center to request their service.
If you see that your Samsung Refrigerator is not making ice, you can try checking the water filter and the water pressure, and you can also test the ice maker hoping that it will make some ice this time. If the water lines are connected in your model, you might also experience this issue. Your water pressure should be enough to fill about ¾ cups in less than 10s. If not, then it’s your water pressure causing the problem.
If you think the pressure was the issue, you can resolve it first and reset your ice maker by clicking on the Test Button.
The test lasts for around six minutes. During the test cycle, you will hear ice falling into the bucket and the water valve energizing to fill the ice maker
Ice production ought to start within 8 hours of completing the previous processes. But ice production might take 24 hours to resume at its normal levels (approximately two trays of ice every 3 hours).
You can contact Samsung if, after eight hours, there is still no ice.
The dishwasher doesn’t drain.
The error codes show a draining issue with your Samsung dishwasher are 5C, 5E, OE, and OC. Issues of drainage can also be found if there is a combination of blinking lights such as heavy and auto or heavy and quick buttons.
You can confirm if your drain line is not frozen or clean the filter, drain, etc. Also, check the drainage connection with the sink. If everything is fine, then request service from the customer center.
If you’re confused about why your stove is continuously showing tESt or tE5t, it is stuck in the demo mode. Although your gas top will ignite in this case, the oven and cooktop won’t heat. You can follow the given steps in the manual guide to turn off the demo mode for your specific model.
If you’re having temperature issues with your oven, it is mainly because of a faulty thermostat or cooling fan. It is also possible that if any oven elements are not functioning correctly, you’ll face the issue of overheating.
You can try solving this issue by replacing the thermostat or oven sensors. If these things are okay, look for the control board, and you might find your problem.