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Samsung washer no power at all suddently

Hi, could someone give me a hint? This is Samsung front washer, model WF203ANS/XAC, about 5 years old. Never had problem but after we loaded it and believed it had worked for a while (could turn it on, seeing the led lights). Then we found it is dead and no responding to any buttons. The door was locked with clothes and water inside!

I have opened it almost everything and managed to take it front face off and got the clothes out.

I have measured the Noise Filter (DC29-00013A). Its input side is 121V and output side is 121V. The wall plug is 121V. At the same time, there is no any responses, or led lights on at all.

I am not sure if the Filter is good and working? do I need to replace it?

I have checked the water pump (inlet and outlet) and see nothing except water.

What else I should check? How can I know if the PCB (the main control board) is working or dead? There is no sign of burning on it or anywhere.

Please help. Thank you in advance!

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Did you get it fixed and how? Thanks!

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No it won't come on

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My washing machine went off mid cycle I got clothes out and drain water now the control panel won’t light up

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Did you ever get this issue fixed and what was the problem??

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Has anyone been able to determine what is wrong and how to fix it? My front load WF42H5200W is doing the same thing. I've already shelled out $350 to a repair man and an electrician, but it still stops mid-cycle, or won't turn on, or gets stuck in the locked position. I've had it since 2017.

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That voltage is correct coming out of the filter - no need to change that. It’s honestly pretty uncommon to see any burning on a faulty control. Here’s a basic suggestion anyhow: Do you hear a ‘click’ on the main control when you plug the unit in? There is a relay that basically holds that voltage ready and sends power to the display when you press the ‘power’ button. If that malfunctions - you will get no response when you press any button. If you don’t hear that holding relay ‘click’ - I would change the control. Especially if that board is receiving voltage from the filter. There is a always the possibility that the power button(display board) itself is not functioning - but much, much, less likely.

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I have same problem I hear a click But nothing lights up Any suggestions

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My washing machine didn't on, even if that outlet was in condition, we cannot use the washing machine, it still have a water inside.. any suggestions please

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Solution 1:

Incoming Power Problem

The electrical outlet may not be getting power. To determine if the outlet is getting power, try plugging something else into the outlet. If the outlet is not getting power, check the home circuit breakers or fuses.

Solution 2:

Power Cord

First ensure that power is getting to the electrical outlet. If the electrical outlet is receiving power, but the washer won’t start, the power cord might be defective. However, this is very rare. To determine if the power cord is defective, use a multimeter to test it for the cord for power. If the power cord is not getting power, replace it.

Solution 3:

Door Lock

The door lock secures the washer door shut during operation. Once the washer door is closed, the washer can begin operating. If the washer door is not latched shut, the switch will prevent the washer from operating. If the door lock is defective, the washer will not spin or start. The door lock can fail either mechanically or electrically. Inspect the door lock for damage. If the door lock is damaged or does not latch properly, replace it. To determine if the door lock has failed electrically, consult your washer’s wiring diagram and use a multimeter to test each of the door lock switches for continuity.

OEM Part # WP8182634

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Look all you so call technician need to listen and read people comments properly if they say they r getting 120 volts at the noise filter in and out then there Is no need to check outet

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My washer in the clinic had the same problem and it turned out to be as simple as the fuse on the power board. 150$ for a repairman changing the 1$ fuse and it worked.

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Filter is fine. Have same problem, but different model Samsung washer. Dish tech came out and knew it was one of the display control boards

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I expounded on this problem and solution under a Samsung forum. Bottom line is DISH techs have replacement boards. They swap them out to fix problem. Or you can buy both boards yourself and return the good one for a refund and the bad board as an exchange.

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samsung washing machine troubleshooting no power

https://youtu.be/m_TWTmEHVD4

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