If you would like to learn how to drain water from a Samsung washing machine, this guide is for your. we’ll be explaining everything you need to know in order to solve this problem.
How To Drain Water From A Samsung Washing Machine
The steps below show you how to drain water from a Samsung washing machine…
How To Drain Water From A Samsung Washing Machine — Front Loaders
Do the following to drain water from your Samsung front loader washing machine:
Step 1. Turn off your washer’s water and power supply to avoid electrocution or water spills.
Step 2. Get a shallow tray and some towels.
Step 3. Place the tray and towels on the ground in front of your washing machine.
Step 4. Look for a little panel in front of your machine at the bottom.
Step 5. Open the panel by pressing it
Step 6. Look for the small capped hose underneath the panel.
Step 7. Pull the hose out a by about 6 inches.
Step 8. Remove the hose’s cap and drain any water inside the machine into your tray.
Step 9. Cover the hose with its cap and put the hose back in place.
Step 10. Cover the panel.
Note: If your front loader washing machine is not draining, this may be a sign that your debris filter is clogged. please refer to the video below for more information.
How To Drain Water From A Samsung Washing Machine — Top Loaders
Here’s how to drain water from a Samsung top load washing machine:
Step 1. Turn your washer’s power and water supply off.
Step 2. Get a bucket.
Step 3. Scoop out as much water as you can from the washing machine using the bucket.
Step 4. Use a towel or a sponge clean out the remaining water.
Step 5. Run a spin cycle to thoroughly dry the washer.
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How To Connect A Samsung Washing Machine Drain Hose
Do the following to install a Samsung washing machine drain hose:
Step 1. Turn off your washer’s power and water supply.
Step 2. Go to the back of the machine.
Step 3. Unplug your old hose from your home drain.
Step 4. Move down to where the hose is connected to the machine.
Step 5. Using a pair of pliers, press the protruding ends of the clamp holding the hose to the washer’s drain hole.
Step 6. While pressing, slide the clamp out of place (don’t throw this away).
Step 7. Disconnect the hose from the washer.
Step 8. Connect your new hose to the washer’s drain hole.
Step 9. Take your old clamp and slide it until it’s over the area where the hose and the washer’s drain hole connect (ensure it is snugly in place).
Step 10. Plug the other end of the hose into your home drain.
Step 11. Ensure that the hose hasn’t been inserted more or less than 6 inches into the drain pipe.
Step 12. Ensure that the hose is suspended at a height of at least 18 inches but not above 96 inches.