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How to fix SUD on Samsung Washer?

Published on April 9th, 2022

The sud error code on a Samsung washer indicates that there are too many suds in the load of laundry. This can happen if you use too much detergent, use the wrong type of detergent, or don't have enough water in the load. Too many suds can cause the washer to not spin properly, and can also damage the washer.

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1. Check the drain hose for a clog and clear it if necessary

  1. Turn off the washer and unplug the machine.
  2. Remove the drain cap and unscrew the drain hose.
  3. Look for any debris or objects that may be blocking the drain hole.
  4. If necessary, use a plunger to clear the obstruction.
  5. Reconnect the drain hose and replace the drain cap.
  6. Turn on the washer and check for sud.

2. Check the washing machine's filter and clean it if it is clogged

1.Check the water flow by turning the water faucet on and off several times. If the water flow is decreased, the filter may be clogged. 2.Remove the filter by gently pulling it out. 3.Wash the filter with warm water and a mild detergent. 4.Replace the filter and water flow should return to normal.

3. Run a maintenance cycle on the washing machine to clean the interior of the machine

The first step would be to unplug the washing machine. Then, you would need to remove the front panel by unscrewing the four screws that hold it in. Next, you would need to remove the upper washer tub by pulling it out from the bottom of the machine. Finally, you would need to remove the lower washer tub by unscrewing the four screws that hold it in. Next, you would need to remove the washing machine interior by removing the five screws that hold it in. Finally, you would need to clean the interior of the machine with a cleaning kit by rinsing it off and wiping it down. Once the machine is clean, you would need to reattach the interior panel, screws, and tubs and plug in the washing machine.

4. Adjust the water level on the washing machine so that it is not too high

  1. Open the door of the washing machine.
  2. Look at the water level indicator on the front of the machine.
  3. If the water level is too high, you will need to lower it by using the water level adjustment knob on the front of the machine.
  4. Turn the knob until the water level is at the bottom of the indicator.
  5. Close the door of the machine and start the cycle.

5. Check the inlet hose for a kink or blockage and fix it if necessary

  1. Check the inlet hose for kink or blockage. If the hose is kinked or blocked, remove the kink or blockage.
  2. Connect the inlet hose to the washer’s water inlet.
  3. Turn on the washer.
  4. Check the water flow from the inlet hose. If the water flow is low, replace the inlet hose.

If you didn't find success with an option above, then try:

  1. Check the outlet hose for a kink or blockage and fix it if necessary.
  2. Have a professional service the washing machine if the problem persists.