Feb 022016
 

Samsung top load washing machines have several common issue. As you google your washers problem you’ll see lots of different issues arise. On the top load units they have their own set of common issue vs their brethren front loader.

Top load Samsung washers that are not draining usually have one thing in common. The drain pump has either failed, is clogged with debris, or on Samsung’s the wire’s to the drain pump on the left side of the washer may have been damaged during the last spin cycle.

Yes, these washers have an issue where the drain pump wire connection will break. When this happen the washer will require a new kit. The new kit comes with a new pump that mounts differently as well as a new wire harness. The wire harness that is supplied with the kit runs from the control board down to the motor and drain pump. The small stator motor that delivers power to the basket inside will need to be dropped down. The harness comes as an assembly which requires the entire wire harness be replaced as well as the new updated kit.

A factory trained Samsung washer repair technician would be best suited for this job if you do not feel confident enough dropping the motor and replacing the wire harness.

If you’re handy on the other handy, you can make this repair yourself.

Firstly, make sure the washers pump is not just clogged. Often times the small impeller inside the motor has debris preventing the impeller from rotating. If that’s the case with your washer, great! If not, you will need to dig a little deeper.

Things to check when your Samsung washer is not draining:

Voltage to motor: Is the auxiliary drain motor getting 110v? Using a volt meter is best a voltage tester does not give you an accurate voltage reading. The drain pump on these units run off 110v. If the pump does not receive the full 110v, the drain pump will not run.

Broken Drain Pump Wire: Read post above if you’ve found the drain pump wires broken. The washing machine will require a new kit that fixes this issue and relocates the drain pump assembly.

Drain Pump Impeller Blocked: The drain pump impeller on these units are often just blocked with debris. Is could be a small bobbie pin, under wire, or a tooth pick..you never know what you’ll find that’s blocking the impeller. 

If you require more help diagnosing or fixing your Samsung Appliances please use the contact form and get in touch with Matt. Matt is a Factory Trained Appliance Repair Technician with over 30,000 in home service calls completed.

 

Nov 122015
 

We’ve had a recent influx of emails here at ApplianceRepairLesson and we appreciate the support and trust you put in us. After to responding to a few emails this morning I figured I would write a small article that explains this error code and how we generally go about fixing it in the field and at the shop.

Whirlpool Duet Sport F20 Error Code Fix:

The error code indicates a problem with the pressure switch. This could be caused by a faulty pressure switch or more likely the case a clogged pressure switch hose. Yes, soap and other debris could be inside the line causing this issue. Remove the power and make sure no water is inside the machine. The top will need to be removed so If you’re not handy, call a tech or use the ASK Matt page at the top of this page:)

The pressure switch hose is black in color and connects to a round device. Remove the hose from the pressure switch and blow through it. Is it clear? If so, the switch itself has failed and will need to be replaced to fix the issue. If it’s clogged, awesome you found the culprit! Good work.

If you have more questions about the F20 code on a duet washer or any other error code, please feel free to use the comment form below or the “Ask Matt” page at the top of the page.

Matt

Jun 042015
 

Do you have a fault code displayed on your Samsung front load washer? Find your error code in the list below for a detailed explanation on what it means and how to fix it.

Samsung washers are becoming more and more popular. With that popularity means more and more are in the field which means more of them are out their to breakdown. On average roughly 30% of our in home appliance repair calls are on Samsung appliances. We see our fare share so we’re very familiar with their products.

I have complied a list of all the Samsung washer error codes and explained how to fix each one individually. All you need to do is find your error code in the list below and click the link. It will take you to a detailed article that explains what your code means and how to fix it.

It’s taken me a lot of time and research both in the field and on the computer to be able to get this information to you. If you have found any of the information available on my site, please take the time to leave a comment or share the page that was helpful on you social media account. This will help my site grow so more and more folks like you can find the information they need.

Samsung Washer Troubleshooting Self Diagnostics

Samsung Washer Troubleshooting Self Diagnostics

Samsung Washing Machine Error Code List:

Unplug the washer before you attempt any repair.

How To Fix Samsung Washer ND Error Code

How To Fix Samsung Washer LO Error Code

How To Fix Samsung Washer NF Error Code

How To Fix Samsung Washer FL Error Code

How To Fix Samsung Washer LE Error Code

How To Fix Samsung Washer IE Error Code

How To Fix Samsung Washer OE Error Code

How To Fix Samsung Error Code E2

How To Fix Samsung DS Error Code

How To Fix Samsung tE Error Code

How To Fix Samsung 3E Error Code

How To Fix Samsung Hr Error Code

How To Fix Samsung nF1 Error Code

How To Fix Samsung 2E Error Code

How To Fix Samsung SUD Error Code

How To Fix Samsung AE Error Code

How To Fix Samsung SF Error Code 

Still have questions about your Samsung front load washer error code? Use the comment form below to talk to a factory trained appliance repair technician. If you’ve found the information in this post useful, please leave a comment or share the article on your social media account. Sharing the article will help my site gain popularity which in turn leads to more DIY folks finding my site that need appliance repair help.

Thanks,

Matt