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If your Samsung top loader is starting to spin, but stops after a minute or two, and starts to fill up with water again... and then after 3 times of doing this, it errors out with a DC error code, the problem could very well be with the support rods. The springs in these rods will get weak over time and allow the drum to become unbalanced during the spin cycle. Fortunately, the 4 support rods are very easy to take out and replace. And sometimes, they just need to be greased properly. I had a service technician replace my support rods, but he didn't grease the top and bottom bushings first, so my machine still wouldn't spin properly. After he left, I pull one of the support rods out, cleaned out the dried up grease where the support rods lock in, and applied a liberal amount of white lithium grease to the top and bottom bushings on the support rod. I then put it back in. I did the same for the 3 remaining support rods. Now the support rods were able to move very freely in their holders, which is necessary during the spin cycle. My machine now spins like it is supposed to and I don't get the re-fills and DC error code anymore. This webpage, http://www.appliancepartspros.com/samsung-assy-damper-owm-dc97-16350c-ap5623264.html , contains a video that shows you how to remove, inspect and grease your support rods properly. It is not hard to do, but can be a bit messy. Have gloves and/or cleaning rags handy. And if you do need new support rods, this place has them cheaper than you can get them from Samsung!!!! http://www.appliancepartspros.com/samsung-assy-damper-owm-dc97-16350c-ap5623264.html
Unplug the treadmill. Locate the console key and place the
safety or reset key into the treadmill console. Replace any parts that
need replacing, or move on to the next step.
Locate the reset switch on the underside of the treadmill
console. Usually the button is large enough to trigger with a pencil
eraser or Q-tip. Plug the treadmill plug back into the wall. Use the
Q-tip to press the reset button. It may be necessary to hold the reset
button down for a few seconds. "CL11" will appear in the display of the
Press the reset button one more time with the Q-tip. "CL21"
should appear on the screen. Press the enter key. The display will
change again and show "CL22." Keep pressing the enter key until the
numbers cycle through to the number "CL26." Press enter one more time.
The letter E should appear on the display screen.
Press enter twice more. The letters "SS" should appear on
the screen. When this happens, press the start/stop key. Making sure to
keep well away from the tread, press enter to start the treadmill. The
treadmill will start on its own. The treadmill will stop on its own
after a few seconds. When it stops, press the power key two times.
Remove the safety key and put in a safe place. Your treadmill is reset.
i had the same problem but now i have solved it.........its not a software problem..... the lens in fornt of the camera is not able to come out......just hit the camera 3-4 times on a table it will start working.......hope your problem is solved