Samsung Dryer Error Codes| Samsung Dryer Troubleshooting Codes | Resetting a Samsung Dryer

Samsung Dryer Error Codes| Samsung Dryer Troubleshooting Codes | Resetting a Samsung Dryer

Samsung Dryer Error Codes| Samsung Dryer Troubleshooting Codes | Reset a Samsung Dryer

Samsung Dryer Error Codes  & How To Clear Samsung Dryer Codes

When your dryer stops working properly, error codes assist in determining the cause. Fortunately, most Samsung dryer errors are quite simple to resolve and only require a few troubleshooting steps.

If your model lacks a digital display, fault codes will be displayed as blinking lights instead.

Samsung Dryer Error Codes 9C1, 9E, 2E, 9E1 (Voltage Errors)

Samsung Dryer Error Codes 9C1, 9E, 2E, 9E1 or Voltage errors are displayed when there is an issue with the voltage supplied to the dryer.

To fix the 9C1, 9E, 2E, 9E1 (Voltage errors) errors, follow the following;

  • If this error occurs, ensure that the dryer is connected to its own circuit and not with an extension cable.
  • If it is an electric dryer, verify that the power cord is properly installed and that the necessary voltage is being supplied.
  • If you take a model outside of the country for which it was sold, this mistake may occur, as electrical grids and their restrictions differ by country.

Samsung Dryer Error Codes bE, bE2, bC2, 6E, 6E2, 6C2 (Jammed Button Errors)

Samsung Dryer Error Codes bE, bE2, bC2, 6E, 6E2, 6C2 or Jammed Button Errors occur when a panel button is detected as jammed or continually pressed.

To fix the Codes bE, bE2, bC2, 6E, 6E2, 6C2 or Jammed Button Errors, follow the following;

  • If this error occurs, turn off the dryer and then touch and release each button on the panel individually, going back and forth to reach all edges of each button.
  • If any of the buttons are damaged or if the message appears again after powering on the dryer.

Samsung Dryer Error Codes dC, dE, dF, do, d0, 1 DC, 1 dF (Door-Related Errors)

Samsung Dryer Error Codes dC, dE, dF, do, d0, 1 DC and 1dF are associated with the door, its latch, and the sensors that determine if the door is properly locked. This can occur when the door refuses to close or latch properly.

To fix the Codes dC, dE, dF, do, d0, 1 DC and 1dF (Door-Related errors) errors, follow the following;

  • Ascertain that the latch is securely fastened, that no laundry or other things are caught in the door, and that the door is properly closed and secured.
  • If the code cannot be corrected or if the door or latch is damaged.

Samsung Dryer Error Codes tS, t5, tC, tO, t0, tE, tE3, tC5, tCS, 1 tC, 1tC5 and 1tCS (Temperature Errors)

Samsung Dryer Error Codes tS, t5, tC, tO, t0, tE, tE3, tC5, tCS, 1 tC, 1tC5, and 1tCS indicate a problem with the temperature or the temperature sensors.

The most typical reason for this is a clogged lint screen or vent system, which traps heat within the dryer. To correct the error, clean the lint screen, vent system, or both.

If the fault persists following a thorough cleaning of the lint screen and exhaust vent.

Samsung Dryer Error Codes HC, hE, HC4 and 1 HC (Heating Errors)

Error Codes for Samsung Dryers HC, hE, HC4, and 1HC are Heating issues indicate that the dryer is becoming excessively hot.

To fix the Codes HC, hE, HC4, and 1HC (Heating errors) errors, follow the following;

The most typical reason for this is a clogged lint screen or vent system, which traps heat within the dryer. To correct the error, clean the lint screen, vent system, or both.

If the fault persists following a thorough cleaning of the lint screen and exhaust vent.

Samsung Dryer Error Codes AC, Et, AE, EEE, AE4, AE3, AE5, E3 and 1 AC (Communication Errors)

Samsung Dryer Error Codes AC, Et, AE, EEE, AE4, AE3, AE5, E3 and 1 AC codes means the dryer’s internal components cannot communicate with each other.

To fix Samsung Dryer Error AC, Et, AE, EEE, AE4, AE3, AE5, E3 and 1 AC codes; Shut off the dryer for 60 seconds, and then turn it back on again.

Samsung Dryer Error Codes FC, FE, and 1 FC (Frequency Errors)

Samsung Dryer Error Codes FC, FE, and 1 FC codes mean that there is an invalid power source frequency. To fix this, try restarting the cycle.

All Other Errors of Samsung Dryer

If the dryer shows an error code that was not included in the list, the problem is typically with the dryer’s sensors and components.

The following are some examples:

  • HC2 – Gas Ignition Error
  • 3C – Motor Error
  • 1 AC7 – Electronic Control Error
  • oD – Dry Time Error

If you encounter one of these or any other errors, turn off the dryer for 2-3 minutes, then restart the cycle. If this does not resolve the issue, consult your user manual for specific troubleshooting methods.

NB: If you see what appears to be an upside-down “F,” it is actually a “t.” Please refer to the Temperature Technical errors section.

How Do You Reset a Samsung Dryer?

When something goes wrong with your dryer, such as an error code, or if it will not spin, start, or heat, you may believe that all that is required is a good reset.

Often, odd electronic malfunctions (such as those that occur following a power outage) can be resolved with this reset, but if this does not restart the dryer, extra troubleshooting will be required.

However, depending on the nature of the issue, resetting at the first hint of trouble is not always a wise idea. Continue reading to learn how to reset, when to do so and when not to, and what to do if a reset does not help.

Reset your Samsung Dryer: How To Reset Samsung Dryer Control Board

It’s simple to reset your Samsung dryer. Unplug it (or turn off the power at the circuit breaker), wait a few minutes for the dryer’s electrical charge to dissipate (typically 1 to 5 minutes), and then re-plug it in.

That is all. That is all that is required to reset.

When to reset (and when not to)

Resetting your dryer will erase all error codes stored in its memory. While you may assume, “Great, now my dryer will work again,” the situation is a little more complex.

To begin, some issues are caused by something you’ll need to solve, and resetting is not a recommended first step in troubleshooting.

For example, if the dryer is not heating properly, it may be due to a clogged vent. A reset will not clear your vent and will not resolve this issue, however doing a vent obstruction test may assist determine whether or not this is the cause of the issue.

Therefore, when should you perform a reset? After completing all necessary troubleshooting. However, certain error codes are not trouble shootable, and the only thing you can try is a reset.

For a list of which error codes include troubleshooting procedures and which do not, see our error code guide, or our blinking lights guide for models without a digital display.

If a reset does not work (and you have exhausted all other troubleshooting options), you should not attempt to clear the code again.

Wiping the unit’s history of error codes makes it more difficult for a technician to diagnose and resolve the issue. You will need to make a service request.

Samsung Moisture Sensor Dryer Not Heating

Samsung dryer heating problems might be caused by a clogged vent, worn-out cables, a defective heating element, or a thermal cut-out fuse. We recommend that you inspect the clogged air vent and heating element, as these are frequently the source of the problem.

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