How dO I fix the HC error on my Samsung dryer?

How dO I fix the HC error on my Samsung dryer?

Heating errors (HC, hE, HC4, 1 HC) The most common cause is a clogged lint screen or vent system trapping heat in the dryer. Clean the lint screen, vent system, or both to correct the error. If the error continues after cleaning the lint screen and the exhaust vent, visit our Support Center to request service.

How dO you reset a Samsung dryer?

Resetting your dryer is easy. Unplug it (or turn off power at the circuit breaker), wait some time for the electrical charge to clear out of the dryer (usually 1 to 5 minutes at most), and then power it up again. That’s it. That’s all it takes to reset.

What does Error Code dE mean on Samsung dryer?

The “d” codes refer to door problems. The dO or dE code means the door is open; shut the door securely and press “Start.” The dF code means the door is not latching properly; open the door and ensure no clothing is blocking the latch and reclose it.

Why does my Samsung dryer start then stop?

Dryer: Starts then stops. If an electric dryer starts but then stops before the load is dry, a clogged exhaust vent may have caused the dryer to overheat and trip the thermal fuse. A bad drive motor, failed timer or faulty electronic control board can also stop the dryer before the cycle ends.

What do you do if your Samsung dryer wont heat up?

When your Samsung dryer will not heat, BE SURE YOU HAVE CLEANED THE VENT LINES AND LINT FILTER as a clogged vent line will cause your Samsung dryer to NOT HEAT properly. Check all parts of the dryer to be sure what is causing it NOT HEATING. Check thermostats, thermal cut off fuse, wiring, voltage, and vent line.