With a properly functioning Samsung washing machine you can enjoy effortless cleaning and a choice of wash cycles, which depends on the type of items you need to wash. This kind of washing machine is no longer a luxury, and it is an inalienable part of every household. Home owners should use every way to prevent malfunctions.
If you see a E4 or UE error code on the display when a cycle is over, but the items have not dried sufficiently, most likely, you have overloaded your machine. Failure to balance the load properly can lead to noisy operation and extreme vibration, which can cause the drum to stop in the middle of a cycle. If you repeatedly fail to control the problem, the machine’s life will end much sooner than you expect.
There is a simple and effective solution. Stop the cycle and unload the drum. Run another cycle with an empty drum to ensure it spins properly. If it is ok, the error has occurred due to an overload. It happens when users load large and heavy items, which become even heavier once they get soaked in water.
If you still need to wash such items, you can wash them one by one. Use the ‘heavy wash’ cycle for such items. This will ensure balanced operation and prolong your washer’s life.