There are many reasons for the 4C error, but it is important to diagnose the problem before you spend any money on repair. The below-listed question and answer sections will guide you through the diagnostic process and the ways to fix the washing machine 4C error.
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1. What is a washing machine 4C error?
A washing machine 4C error is displayed when one or both of the washer tubs are not filling with water due to a blockage. When this happens, clothes won’t be washed properly and the machine will have to be restarted in order for it to work again. This can happen if you have not run a load in a long time and so some buildup has occurred in your washing machine.
2. What are the possible causes for 4C error code?
The error may have been caused by the following:
- A blocked water filter or a washer hose that has kinked.
- The drain pump is not working because of a clog or due to debris that has gotten stuck in it.
- The water supply lines are either too long or they are poorly fitted and so there is insufficient water pressure.
- The washer drum is damaged or a wire has shorted out.
- The water supply to the washing machine has been disconnected.
3. How can you fix the Samsung washing machine 4C error?
Before you panic and call Samsung asking them how to fix the washing machine 4C error, consider the following:
The first thing to do is to check the water level in the washing machine – if it is too low, then you should turn on the hot and cold water supply to the sink until all of the air has been pushed out. This will help push water into your washer tubs. If that doesn’t solve your problem, then remove any obstructions that are obstructing the water flow to your washer (these can include clothing or detergent buildup) and allow the machine to fill with water. If there is nothing blocking the water, then check if you have a full circuit breaker and reset it. If this doesn’t work, then call your appliance repair person.
4. How to prevent washing machine 4C error from happening again?
There are a few ways to prevent this problem from occurring in the future – check and clean out any kinks or obstructions with your water supply lines on a regular basis and replace old hoses with new ones. You can also check your water level switch. If it is damaged or worn out, then replace it. There is also an air-gap switch that can prevent the water level from getting too low – this should always be adjusted correctly. By following these steps, you can prevent this problem from happening again.
We have tried our best to provide you with a solution for the 4C error in your Samsung washer and hope that we have been able to help you. Should you still have problems with the error code, then please contact Samsung customer service.