Samsung Dryers - Recent Questions, Troubleshooting & Support


DOOR SWITCH MIGHT BE THE PROBLEM OR THE CONTROL BOARD ,

Samsung Dryers | Answered on Feb 12, 2019


Google (samsung)(DV42H5000EWA3)(manual) without parens OR contact Samsung directly to request it.

Samsung Dryers | Answered on Jan 30, 2019


Defective heating elements, control circuits, or both

Samsung Dryers | Answered on Jan 27, 2019


Can you check the gas pressure? There may be a switch to shut everything off when there is no gas. Check all the safety systems first. Exhaust pressure test switches(gas burner exhaust), and high temperature cut-offs. Even lint build up in the vent exhaust.

Samsung Dryers | Answered on Jan 26, 2019


PERHAPS YOU NEED TO CALL A REPAIR SERVICE LOCALLY AND GET IT TESTED ,MOST LIKELY IT NEEDS A NEW CONTROL BOARD

Samsung Dryers | Answered on Jan 24, 2019


No breaker there might be a over load on the motor or
a reset on the motor

Samsung Dryers | Answered on Jan 19, 2019


Maybe a broken belt. Maybe a bad door switch. Maybe a bad motor. Maybe improper voltage. Maybe thermal fuse.

Samsung Dryers | Answered on Jan 10, 2019


Hi
I think it is only the senor playing up may have over heated after being clogged, I would re-place the sensor they not cost much.
All the best

Samsung Dryers | Answered on Jan 09, 2019


I couldn't find any information for a 3 way or 4 way vent on your system. You will need to call Samsung for customer support. Here is the link for customer service for Samsung.

http://www.samsung.com/us/support/main/contactcenter.do

Samsung DV448AEE... | Answered on Jan 03, 2019


Could the vent hose be kinked or crushed in a turn or corner? Another thing to check would be that some driers have a separate belt that runs the air circulation blower off from the same motor that turns the drum which has it's own drive belt. If it has a blower belt and it broke, is over stretched, contaminated with oil or slipped off a pulley or if the blower bearings have seized, The drum would still turn and everything would appear to be OK but the high temp thermostat will still shut it down to avoid damage to the unit or a fire. Good luck.

Samsung Dryers | Answered on Dec 31, 2018


I have the same problem with my Samsung electric dryer DV339AEG/XAC. It stuck at 1min cooling forever even though the clothes were completely dried.

I solved the problem after researching online. The heating coil inside the heating element was touching the metal casing. The ceramic insulation was not holding the coil in place in one of the sections, and the coil touched the casing at that point.

I repositioned the coil to allow better separation which essentially moved the coil further away from the casing. Once that's done, the dryer can count down passed the 1 min mark and automatically end the drying cycle, as expected.

No need to change PCB, or humidity sensor, etc.

I tested it before and after the repair using an ohm meter. The resistance across the terminals of the heating element should be approx 10 ohms but no connectivity to the casing. Before the repair, it was reading 5 ohms between 1 of the terminals and the casing. Same reading for the other terminal. Once fixed, neither terminal registered any reading on the ohm meter with the casing, the way it should be.

Make sure you unplugged the dryer from wall outlet before servicing it. A certified repairman should know what I was talking about.

Good luck.

Samsung DV218AEW... | Answered on Dec 27, 2018

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