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samsung WF203ANW ND error


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#1 rolloffman

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Posted 30 September 2013 - 05:38 PM

I have a samsung wf203anw that recently started throwing nd error, I have taken it apart cleaned all the hoses anywhere that I could get at to see if it was clogged up. It was a little grungy, not bad likely due to too much soap, I also d/led the trouble shooting pdf and proceeded to go through all the tests everything was fine but when I went to test the pump I pushed the signal button to test it and nothing pressed it again and the same thing nothing, I pressed the button about 15 times and then it kicked on. So I thought the pump is bad, purchased a new pump and the same thing pressed the signal button  in quick test mode and nothing, pressed it a bunch of times and it kicked on once or twice. Any thoughts on whats wrong???, thank you in advance for any replys.

 

 

P.S I have noticed that I run a load it will come up nd, but if I go and turn it off right away and then select spin only it will drain and spin the load?????


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#2 rolloffman

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Posted 30 September 2013 - 08:34 PM

The model should read WF203ANS



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Posted 01 October 2013 - 06:14 PM

What are the odds off getting a bad pump??, with the pump plugged in and a meter hooked up as I pressed the signal button the voltage was all over the place! and once the pump kicked on it ran at 119 volts. Anyone have any idea what is wrong?? I am getting quite frustrated with this machine and the laundry is starting to pile up, PLEASE HELP!!!



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Posted 03 October 2013 - 03:07 PM

A bad pump on a Samsung washer can take out the main control.  Whenever I encounter a faulty pump that does not have a restriction, I'll provide an estimate to replace both parts.






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