Machine not spinning properly
washing machine technician
Having problems with the spin cycle on your Samsung Washing Machine? This guide will provide you with easy troubleshooting tips and strategies to help get your washer spinning again quickly. Don’t let a faulty spin cycle stop you from getting clean clothes – learn how to troubleshoot and fix it today!
To diagnose a Samsung washing machine spin cycle problem, check if it is a water supply or drainage issue. This will help identify the root cause and necessary repairs or replacements.
Check for obstructions in the agitator to fix inefficient spin cycle. Turn off power, remove clothing, remove obstructions with flashlight and tweezers. Test spin cycle again.
If you’ve checked the agitator and everything appears to be in order, the next step is to inspect the tub suspension. This is a vital part of the washing machine that prevents excessive shaking and vibration during the spin cycle. Faulty tub suspensions can cause laundry loads to become unbalanced and lead to premature wear on other washing machine parts. Examine your tub suspension for loose connections or any signs of wear and tear, then replace it with a new part if necessary.
If you’ve identified the tub suspension as being in good condition, move on to inspect the motor connections. Faulty or disconnected wires can cause a disruption in the spin cycle and prevent your Samsung washing machine from operating properly. Check all of the visible wires for signs of wear and tear, then check the connectors for any loose connections. If parts of face any damage, replace them with new ones before proceeding to the next step.
We repair all models