Samsung loyalty. My man!
Samsung loyalty. My man!
Sounds good, I'm sure it will server you well for many years.
Thanks for sharing.
« Last post by charlie v on Today at 09:24:03 PM »
The old Samsung was always good to us. It did a fair job at washing and was well used over the years. Just seems like it decided to crap the bed this weekend and the repair cost was too much to justify going the repair route.
Decided to go with a comparable Samsung front load. Model wf364bvbgwr. Looked at Consumer Reports - Samsung got an A rating; down from the A+ Maytag, Electrolux and Kenmore received. And, the price difference was really significant with the sale Home Depot offered. Not sure if this is just a Home Depot thing, but the Samsung also comes with a 10 year direct drive motor warranty. All the others are just 1 year.
So - we are Samsung washer people again.
If serial number begins with 7 or lower, hall effect sensor has been updated. You may want to replace that as well as stator to main harness sub harness.
WASHES STARTS WASHING AND WHEN IT GETS TO THE SPIN WANT GO IN TO SPIN GET ERROR MESSAGE LE
« Last post by lesguns on Today at 07:26:37 PM »
Ive always liked other brands better to work on.
« Last post by AJ on Today at 07:20:00 PM »
Lesguns, why do you hope G.E. sells of their appliance devision? Are you a share holder?
Who would G.E. sell it to? Maybe Whirlpool, Sear or LG?
If G.E. feels they are not making enough profit on their appliance devision now I would think one of the first thing anyone buying it would look at is how they could cut cost. This may mean lay offs and yet cheaper materials being put into building their appliances.
I just don't see how G.E. selling off their appliance devision could be a good thing.
« Last post by lesguns on Today at 07:05:47 PM »
I hope so!!!
Yes, sometimes it just does not pay to repair. Care to share with us what washer you decided to purchase and why, top load, front load?
« Last post by charlie v on Today at 06:05:56 PM »
Well, I threw in the towel...........just purchased a new washer.
Here in Canada, the parts are far too $ to just throw more parts at the machine without correct diagnostics. Coupled with a service call, it is almost 50% of the cost of a like replacement Home Depot had at 30% off sale. Compounding the whole thing, the main panel is a special order and there is a 2 to 3 week delivery. Ordering through the US is at least 1 week for delivery. LOL - I need clean underwear and socks before then.
So - I said screw it and ordered a new machine.
Thanks for the help though.