Samsung washers are very popular, but Samsung Washer NF Error Code is a common Samsung washing machine error that can be fixed. It is displayed when the Samsung washer does not fill up with enough water to perform a wash cycle.
There are many reasons why this happens – from the Samsung washer hose being clogged to a faulty Samsung washer pump.
If you are facing this problem, then don’t worry. In this blog post, we will discuss some of the most common causes and fixes for the Samsung Washer NF Code.
How To Fix Samsung Washer NF Error Code
If you suddenly see the NF error on your Samsung washing machine, don’t panic — there’s likely nothing to be afraid of. The NF error indicates a problem with the water supply of your washing machine.
The Samsung Washer NF (No Fill) error code is displayed when the washer fails to fill with enough water, either because it’s not connected to a water supply or because of a malfunction.
Samsung washers have an NF error code that may seem mysterious at first. However, it is relatively easy to figure out what may be causing the problem. Check your water source.
If the water supply is cut off, reconnect it or turn on the faucet so that you can be sure that the water does not run dry when you try to do a wash cycle.
How To Fix Samsung Washer NF Error Code
This issue is one that many Samsung washer owners have come across. While the error code itself is hard to interpret, its meaning is easy to understand: there is an issue with the washer that needs to be addressed immediately.
Note that NF stands for “No Fill” on the Samsung machines affected by it. These codes can appear for a variety of reasons. In this article, we’ve provided a list of possible causes and how to fix them.
Check Inlet Hoses & Screens
If your washer won’t fill, the first thing to do is make sure the faucet at the water supply end of the hose is turned on. If that doesn’t fix the problem, check for crimps or kinks in the fill hoses. If you find a kink or crimp in the fill hoses, take off the clothing basket and inspect them carefully.
Close the water supply faucet. Unthread the hoses from the spigot – make sure you grab all of them, including any screens. Inspect each hose and screen for dirt or wear – if these are damaged, they need to be replaced. Thread the hoses back onto the spigot, and you’re ready to go.
Check the Water Inlet Valve
If your washing machine is not filling up with enough water during the wash and rinse cycles, the problem could be a faulty water inlet valve. First, unplug the machine and then use a multi-meter to test the solenoids with continuity.
Several factors may cause the Samsung washer water valve solenoid problems, but it’s usually not possible to buy only the water inlet valve solenoids, so if yours fail the continuity test, you will probably need a whole new valve.
However, if the water inlet valve solenoid passes these tests and your washer does not fill with water, the problem is likely more extensive, and you will have to call in a technician to inspect your unit.
Faulty Lid Switch
Follow the steps below to test a lid switch:
- Unplug the washing machine and remove the lid.
- Use a screwdriver to turn the screw on top of the lid switch counter-clockwise and lift up the lid switch.
- Locate the wire connected to the switch and do a continuity test to see if electricity is still flowing through it.
If the washer switch is not supplying power to the water inlet valve, you’ll need to replace it to solve the Samsung Washer NF Error Code. If it has continuity, but the inlet valve still doesn’t work, the timer needs to be replaced. If the timer also checks out, check the rest of the components in this section to determine why none of them are working.
Selector Switch & Water Temperature Switch
Samsung washers have a selection of options to build your wash around. A feature to select the temperature for the water of the wash and rinse cycles is the selector switch that signals the water inlet valve to open the hot and cold water inlets to fill the machine. It also helps save energy by not heating water that is not required for a cycle.
If your water inlet valve’s solenoids are not powered, the cause may be simple: the washer temperature selector switch. The switch should send a signal to the water inlet valve to open. However, if it’s damaged or worn out, then the inlet valve will not work.
Unplug your washer, and locate the terminals on the selector switch that power the water inlet valve. Test for continuity with a multi-meter. If it fails the continuity test, then replace it with a new one.
Faulty Water Level Pressure Switch
A defect in the water level pressure switch in Samsung washers could lead to a situation where the machine never fills with water. This is because the water level pressure switch is malfunctioning and doesn’t signal the valve to open. The result is that the machine remains dry during a wash cycle, and your clothes are not cleaned properly.
Unplug the Samsung washer and take a look at the water level pressure switch behind the control panel. It’s connected to an air dome tube running down to the tub. Check you find this switch still has continuity with your multimeter — if it doesn’t, replace it with a new one.
Check Timer & Electronic Control
The water inlet valve opens when the timer sends a signal to the water supply. An electrical timer sends the valve a power signal, allowing water to flow into the washer drum.
The circuit also sends power to the timer motor, which spins the cam assembly and releases the valve’s water-filled latch. Once the latch is released, it moves away from the inlet valve, opening it to allow water to flow through freely.
Unplug the washer. To find the wires that control the water inlet valve, use a multimeter to find the terminals on your timer that correspond to those wires. Then, check for continuity between those two points.
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