There are a number of Samsung dishwasher displays Fe error codes that you may be encountering when using your dishwasher. This is most likely to occur if the dishwasher has been discontinued and has not been taken back to the store for warranty service.
What do I mean by “disregarded”? If the dishwasher has been shut down, yet the owner has continued to use it, then it may be due to the fact that the owner of the dishwasher had purchased a used dishwasher. Many manufacturers sell used units, usually at a discount, for about half of the price they are sold for new.
When you first place your dishwasher on the counter, the water pressure in the system may seem adequate. However, after a short period of time, you may start to notice that there is less water flow through the dishwasher. If this happens, you should turn the power off and on again.
The reason why this occurs is because of the appliance’s heating element has become frozen in the process of reaching full power. To resolve your problem, you should get the heating element completely warmed up before you try again. After this is done, you can then slowly turn the power on to see if this solves the problem.
Reasons of Samsung Dishwasher Errors
If you turn the power off and on after you have turned the heating element on, you will almost certainly notice that there is no water flow through the dishwasher. After a few moments, you will then notice that the indicator light begins to blink an orange or red light. When this happens, the first thing you should do is turn off the power to the appliance.
How to Fix the Problem
The next thing you should do is disconnect the outlet to the dishwasher from the outlet for the other appliances in the kitchen. In order to make sure that the fault is with the dishwasher and not with any of the other electrical appliances in the home, you should turn off the appliances and check their respective circuit breakers. If the circuit breaker is set to protect the power to the other appliances, you can ensure that the fault is with the dishwasher.
Next, you should attempt to disassemble the dishwasher and see if you can see where the fault is located. You should then try to push in the same amount of water into the main water tank that you normally do so that the same amount of water would flow through the heating element that you would normally use.
Should this still not resolve the problem, you can then attempt to replace the water pipes to the dishwasher or ask for the help of your local electronics shop to perform a service. If you want to save money, you should either contact the manufacturer for warranty repair services or you can attempt to find a local dishwasher repairman or technician that specializes in the Samsung brand.