Troubleshooting the UE Code on Your Samsung Washer
When a UE code appears on your Samsung washer, it means that an unbalanced load is detected. This error can occur when too many clothes are placed in the washing machine at once, or when the clothes are not evenly distributed in the drum. If the UE code appears, there are several steps you can take to fix the issue.
1. Unplug the washers power cord from the wall outlet and wait for 30 seconds before plugging it back in. This should reset the washer and clear the UE code.
2. Check the load to make sure it is evenly distributed. If the load is not evenly distributed, redistribute the clothes in the drum.
3. Check the weight of the load and make sure it is not too heavy. If the load is too heavy, remove some of the clothing and redistribute the remaining clothes in the drum.
4. Check the hoses for any kinks or blockages. Make sure the hoses are not pinched or blocked in any way.
5. Check the drain pump filter for any blockages. If the filter is blocked, remove the obstruction and clean the filter.
6. Check to make sure the washer is level. If the washer is not level, adjust the feet to level it.
If the UE code still appears after taking these steps, the next step is to check the drum. Make sure the drum is spinning freely and there are no obstructions. Also, check to make sure the drum is not tilted or off-balance. If the drum is off-balance, adjust the balance ring under the drum.
Once you have checked all of the above, then you should be able to clear the UE code and your washer should be ready to use. If the UE code still appears, then there may be a more serious issue with the washer. If this is the case, contact a Samsung repair technician for further assistance.
Fixing the UE code on a Samsung washer can be a simple task, but it is important to take the time to check all of the components of the washer to make sure it is functioning properly. Taking the time to do this can help to avoid further problems with the washer.