Samsung Appliance Repair
Undoubtedly one of the most well-known and respected names in home appliances, Samsung has produced some of the most innovative and reliable products on the market. Over the years, the brand has grown into an international success, which is why it’s no wonder that so many homes in Canada have at least one Samsung appliance! Although the company’s products are known for their high quality and reliability, years of use will take their toll on any appliance. So, when the time comes for repairs, make sure that you always choose the best in the business – Capital Appliance Repair!
Why choose Capital Appliance Repair for you Samsung appliances?
When you invest in a Samsung appliance, you are investing in quality, which is all the more reason to invest in quality repairs when the time comes. Capital Appliance Repair technicians are familiar with the inner workings of these appliances, allowing us to perform meticulous repairs while also working quickly to resolve any problems. All of our repairs are backed by our satisfaction guarantee, and our team is available 7 days a week for your convenience.
Samsung Fridge Repairs
Of all the refrigerators on the market today, we have Samsung to thank for some of the most innovative designs. With features like built-in cameras, WiFi, and other amazing technology, it’s no wonder Samsung is associated with luxury! Of course, just like any other fridge, wear and tear will eventually result in the need for repairs. When you need reliable Samsung fridge repairs, call Capital Appliance Repair.
Samsung Stove Repairs
Just like the rest of their appliances, Samsung stoves are of the very highest quality. Their range includes induction, electric and gas models, all of which are loved around the world. Of course, repairs will eventually be needed due to normal wear and tear. Instead of replacing your beautiful Samsung stove, call us for fast and reliable Samsung stove repairs!
Samsung Dishwasher repairs
Samsung has come up with some of the most innovative dishwashers over the years. Some are aimed at energy efficiency, while others are designed to offer greater cleaning power. No matter the model you’ve chosen, you can extend the life of your dishwasher by choosing our professional Samsung dishwasher repair services.
Samsung Washer Repairs
Samsung produces both front and top load washers, both of which offer amazing benefits and features. When your washer fails, for whatever reason, it can be extremely inconvenient and you might be tempted to rush out and buy a new one right away. Before you do, call Capital Appliance Repair and let our team diagnose the problem. You will be pleasantly surprised when we not only complete Samsung washer repairs during our initial visit, but also when you see how much money you can save!
Samsung Dryer Repairs
Dryers usually function problem-free for several years. That said, some of the most common problems include failure to turn on and temperature regulation issues. If your dryer is showing any signs of wear and tear, call us right away. Prompt Samsung dryer repairs reduce the risk of further damage and more expensive repairs in the long run.
Samsung Oven Repairs
If you love the idea of cooking in style, then you will adore using your Samsung oven! Easy to use and a beautiful addition to any kitchen, Samsung set the bar really high in this regard. Since your oven is such an essential appliance, it’s no wonder repairs are an urgent matter. Nobody understands this better than us – which is why we are available 7 days a week for all your Samsung oven repair needs in Vancouver.
Expert Samsung appliance repairs
Samsung appliances are held in very high regard – and for good reason! Given the quality of these appliances, it’s no wonder reliable repairs are necessary. With Capital Appliance Repair, you can rely on our trained and experienced team to perform meticulous repairs, every time. All of our work is backed by our satisfaction guarantee for your peace of mind.
Samsung Dishwasher Error Codes
These error code explanations can help you diagnose a problem with your Samsung dishwasher.
4E – No water detected in the tub for 5 minutes after dishwasher started
Ensure that the water supply cut-off valve for the dishwasher is completely open. Unplug the dishwasher and turn off the water supply. Then disconnect the fill line and check the water inlet valve. If the inlet screen is clogged, replace the water valve—don’t just clean the screen, because debris can enter the valve body, causing the valve to remain open, resulting in flooding. Inspect the wiring connections on the water inlet valve and secure any loose connections. If the water valve will not open when activated, replace it.
4E1 – Water entering the dishwasher is greater than 176 degrees
Inspect the temperature of the hot water at your kitchen faucet. If the temperature is over 120 degrees, lower the setting on the water heater. If the water temperature is below 176 degrees, the thermistor (temperature sensor) is defective and needs to be replaced. If the problem persists, replace the main power board assembly (PBA).
tE1 – Thermistor (temperature sensor) error
Unplug the dishwasher and reconnect any loose wires on the thermistor wire harness. Replace the wire harness if it is damaged. If the wire harness is intact, replace the thermistor. If the problem persists, replace the main power board assembly (PBA).
5E – Not draining or not draining quickly enough
Clear any clogs from the sink drain. Unplug the dishwasher and clear clogs from the dishwasher drain hose and drain pump. If the drain pump or the drain hose is damaged, replace it.
oE – Overflow error
Unplug the dishwasher or shut off the house circuit breaker for the dishwasher to disconnect electrical power. If water continues to fill the tub, replace the water inlet. If filling stops when you disconnect the power, replace the main power board assembly (PBA).
LE – Water leak detected
Check for a water leak under the dishwasher. Inspect the hoses, drain pump and tub. Replace any leaking components.
HE – Heater failure
Unplug the dishwasher and check the wiring connections on the heater. Replace the heater if damaged. If the heater is intact, replace the main power board assembly (PBA).
HE1 – The thermistor (temperature sensor) detects 176 degree water or above in the tub
Unplug the dishwasher or shut off the house circuit breaker to disconnect electrical power. Gently open the dishwasher door and check the temperature of the water in the tub. If the water is close to 176 degrees, the heater relay on the main power board assembly (PBA) is probably stuck in the Closed position; replace the main PBA. If the water is less than 176, the thermistor (temperature sensor) is likely faulty. Replace the thermistor. If the problem persists, replace the main PBA.
9E – Low water level error
Empty any dishes that flipped and are full of water and restart the cycle. Adjust the levelling feet on the dishwasher if it is not level. Reconnect any loose wires on the wire harness for the water level sensor. Replace the wire harness if damaged. If the wire harness connections are intact, replace the water level sensor.
bE2 – Stuck button on the control panel
Press all the buttons on the control panel to attempt to free up the stuck key. If the key remains stuck, the control panel should be replaced.
PE – Half-load error
Unplug the dishwasher and reconnect any loose wires on the distributor plate motor and micro-switch. Replace the wire harness if damaged. If the wires are intact, replace the distributor motor assembly, which includes the distributor plate motor and micro-switch.