Read this guide to learn how to reset a Samsung washing machine. We’ll be walking you through this process step-by-step.
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How To Reset A Samsung Washing Machine
To reset your Samsung washing machine, simply do the following:
Step 1. Deactivate the power from the circuit breaker (or simply unplug the machine).
Step 2. Wait for about 5 minutes and then turn the power back on.
Note: This process will work if you want to reset your VRT, automatic, and digital inverter Samsung washing machines.
How To Reset A Samsung Ecobubble Washing Machine
Do the following to reset your Samsung ecobubble washing machine:
Step 1. Unplug your washing machine for 4-5 minutes.
Step 2. Plug the washer back in and simultaneously hold down the Start button for about 10 seconds.
How To Hard Reset A Samsung Washing Machine
To do a hard reset on a Samsung washing machine, do the following:
Step 1. Disconnect the washer from its power source.
Step 2. Leave the machine unplugged for about 5 minutes.
Step 3. Plug the machine back.
How To Reset A Samsung Washing Machine To Its Factory Settings
Do the following to reset your Samsung washing machine its factory settings:
Step 1. Turn the machine on.
Step 2. Go to the main menu.
Step 3. Press and hold the Extras button until the additional functions come up.
Step 4. Scroll down with the dial until you see the Factory Reset option.
Step 5. Select this option by pressing “O”.
Step 6. The machine will ask for confirmation. Do this by scrolling to “Yes” and pressing “O”.
Note: Once the reset is complete, the machine will shut down automatically.
Refer to the following video for a visual explanation…
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How To Reset Samsung Washing Machine Error Codes
Here’s how to reset a Samsung washing machine with error codes:
Step 1. Disconnect your washing machine from its power source.
Step 2. Plug your washing machine back after 5 minutes.
How To Reset A Samsung Washing Machine — Conclusion
We believe that we have given you every tip you need to reset your Samsung washing machine. However, in the unlikely event that you still can’t reset yours, it might mean that there’s a bigger fault somewhere. In such a case, consult an experience appliance technician.