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Member Since 29 Sep 2006
Offline Last Active Sep 09 2014 06:32 PM

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Samsung WF338aab won't drain or spin

29 June 2014 - 09:57 PM

Our 5 year old washer won't begin the spin cycle.  There is a humming noise, but the tub just sits there.  On Samsung's troubleshooting site, it suggested I check to see that the filter was clean.  I used the emergency drain to remove as much of the water as my patience would allow.  When I opened the filter, it looked like we had put the asphalt driveway through the washer.  A lot of blue/gray stuff and some pieces of what looked like slate the size of a quarter came out.  I promise, I did not wash my wade fishing boots!  Any idea of what detonated?

Samsung front loader dances excessively

04 December 2013 - 12:52 PM

My most humble aplogies for reposting this question.  My previous post appears to have disappeared???


I have a Samsung WF338AAB/XAA washer that is located on the ground floor on a stone tile floor.  It is not on a pedestal.  I have tried to level it multiple times.  When it initially starts the spin cycle, there is a lot of sideways tub movement and banging.  Once it spins up to full speed, it is rock steady.  Any suggestions?

Towel damage Samsung front loader

13 December 2010 - 05:49 PM

We have a new Samsung front loader. We ran a new set of towels on the "towels" setting. One of the towels has a bunch of "pulls" and strings hanging from it as a result. Is this a case of a defective towel or is the front loader the problem?

GE dishwasher PDW9880J03SS

08 September 2009 - 06:19 PM

The inner front door has a seal at the bottom that is sort of like the sweep on a door.  All of the original rivets have abandoned ship.  I am thinking I will have to remove the inner door to be able to put in new rivets or screws to reattach.  Or I could use some of the two sided mounting foam tape without removing the door.  Am I on the right track?  Will the mounting foam tape hold up to the dishwasher soap and heat?

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