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What is mean error oE water level

Samsung DMR57LFS... | Answered on Aug 22, 2017


Samsung Dishwasher 0E Error - We had other appliances on that circuit. We believe when those appliances were turned on it created an undervoltage condition in the dishwasher, causing another sensor to send the high level error code 0E. We believe this is the problem because it only started after we added the new hot water dispenser on the same circuit. The problem went away when we leave it off for the whole dishwasher cycle. I'm guessing it could also be caused by brown-outs and other large electrical loads cycling in the same household. That's the theory anyway. The folks who sold us the dishwasher suggested turning off the breaker, to reset the computer. Good idea, but not for our particular case.

Samsung DMR57LFS... | Answered on Dec 28, 2015


That error code indicates a drain error or problem. Many times it is caused by something stuck in either the drain hose or drain pump, obstucting the water flow, or blocking the drain pump impeller itself. This is not an easy job, nor one recommended for the average home owner. You will probably want to call a professional dishwasher repair technician. I would recommend calling Sears Home Services at 800-4MYHOME = 800-469-4663.

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Samsung DMR57LFS... | Answered on May 17, 2015


I have a Samsung stainless steel tub dishwasher and only 2 months after we had it installed we had all sorts of issues with it. We were lucky it was under warranty and turned out parts needed to be changed - upgrades from Samsung that were not done i nthe store where we purchased the dishwasher.. You may want to check with Samsung with your Mode land Serial Number you never know, there might of been a recall. Good Luck!

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Samsung DMR57LFS... | Answered on Nov 30, 2014


if it is the rear corner then you may have a leak in the drain line. take off the kick panel and see if you can tell where for sure it is leaking.

Samsung DMR57LFS... | Answered on May 16, 2014


check thermal fuse in the control section

Samsung DMR57LFS... | Answered on Feb 21, 2014


its the fuse, its located under the dishwasher. take off the bottom white plate, its on the right side of the pump on a wire harness. Its in a fuse cartridge turn to the left take out fuse and replace with 15 amp fuse take it radio shack and have it matched.

Samsung DMR57LFS... | Answered on Feb 20, 2014


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Samsung DMR57LFS... | Answered on Nov 25, 2013


The Samsung DMR57LFS Dishwasher has a 15 Amp/250VP Volt Fuse located on the lower right side of dishwasher behind an aluminum panel held by two screws. Pull dishwasher out from counter, remove lower rectangular aluminum panel, and it is just inside underneath. Unscrew fuse holder and replace fuse. I had to pay a Samsung Authorized Repairman $109.70 to replace a simple fuse. I learned the hard & expensive way. Samsung won't tell you to check the fuse underneath the unit. They won't even tell you that there is a fuse underneath on the right side. The fuse protects the Printed Circuit Board or Blue LED Control Panel in the event of a power surge or lightning strike.The less than $4.00 fuse will blow first.

Samsung DMR57LFS... | Answered on Aug 05, 2013


This is not as bad as it looks, the Pump motor is more challenging. If your sump needs to be replaced then do the following. Unplug the unit, shut off the water, and remove the racks. Next remove the wash pipe that goes from the sump to up the back and over the top, it just pulls out but be gentle. Next remove all the screws on top of the screen and pull that out. You will see a gasket seal that is either stretched or broken. Next remove the white Pump wheel by turning the screw clockwise (the threads are reversed so it does not unscrew when the pump is running). Now pull up on the grey plastic wash pump housing. You will see the grinding blade that pulls off the wash pump motor shaft. There is your sump. If you need to change the pump you'll have to turn the unit over. Chances are all you'll need to do is really clean out the sump and replace the stretched out seals, available online for about 15.00 or so. Reassemble and start washing. good luck.

Samsung DMR57LFS... | Answered on Nov 29, 2012



I have the same problem with gunk and spots on dishes. I took apart the parts at bottom covering the heating element. There is all sorts of gunk on everything. I cleaned it all, even under gaskets and filter screen. I am neither sure what caused it nor how to prevent it. My thinking maybe the water source. Water in my town has gotten worse in quality and has bad smell. I use a major water filter system for drinking water. My thought is that the heating element is drying the water up and leaving sediment from water.

Samsung DMR57LFS... | Answered on Oct 25, 2012

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